Mozambique Episcopal Area

Mission and Ministry
Members of a new United Methodist church community gather in Antsiazopaniry, some 50 kilometers from Antananarivo, the capital of Madagascar. Though only officially a church for a year, United Methodism is taking hold in the island nation. Photo by João Filimone Sambo, UM News.

United Methodism grows in Madagascar

Though only officially a church for a year, evangelizing via education spurs church growth in island nation.
Evangelism
Young adults from the Mozambique South Annual Conference donate blood to benefit to help alleviate a shortage at the general hospital of Mavalane. Photo by João Filimone Sambo, UM News.

Mozambique young adults save lives by donating blood

Young adults in Mozambique make a lifesaving decision to address a shortage of blood in public hospitals.
Mission and Ministry
People wade through floodwaters following Cyclone Kenneth, which hit the Cabo Delgado province of Mozambique in late April. Photo by Saviano Abreu, United Nations Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs.

Cyclone relief efforts continue in Mozambique

United Methodists offer supplies, spiritual support to survivors of Cylone Kenneth in the northern part of the country and Cyclone Idai in central Mozambique.
Disaster Relief
Cyclone Idai survivor Geshem Makufa, 55, is being treated at United Methodist Mutambara Mission Hospital in the Chimanimani District of Eastern Zimbabwe. He is pictured with his wife, Tandiwe Makufa. Photo by Kudzai Chingwe, UMNS.

Church embraces cyclone survivors in Zimbabwe

United Methodist offer physical and emotional support as relief efforts continue in hard-hit areas.

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