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WISMA received chicks from Bishop Chad Gandiya

WISMA- Widows and Single Mothers received chicks from Bishop Chad Gandiya on the 21st of February 2017. This is part of the Bishops programme to alleviate the needs of the widows and single mothers in our Diocese. The Bishop has given the chicks to members of our Clergy who are willing to rear road runner chickens….

Christmas Message 2016

Beloved in the Lord in the Diocese of Harare Happy Christmas to you all wherever you are! The year 2016 has been tumultuous in many different part of the world. In Zimbabwe we have had more than our fair share of the many debilitating challenges threatening our lives such as the effects of the El…

Anglican to build institution of higher learning

Anglican Church has set up a committee to establish an institution of higher learning the church can build Bishop Chad Gandiyahas revealed. The Church Of the Central Province of Central Africa which inherited a ballooning debt from the excommunicated Bishop Nolbert Kunonga, who had forcibly occupied the church properties for five years, is still on…

Zimbabwe Anglicans to Mothers’ Union: ‘We resource our own change’

[Anglican Communion News Service] Mothers’ Union leaders from around the world are this week meeting in Zimbabwe to learn how Anglicans there use the Community and Church Mobilisation Process (CCMP) to positively transform themselves and their communities. The team of thirteen drawn from various countries including the United States, the United Kingdom, Tanzania, Kenya, Zambia,…

17 – 19 June: Benard Mizeki Celebrations

When he was about twelve years old, Bernard Mizeki left his home in Mozambique for Cape Town, South Africa, where he stayed for ten years as a laborer. He worked for white settlers and commuted each day to his home in the slums. He enrolled in an Anglican night school for blacks and refused to…