Zimbabwe Episcopal Area

Local Church
Martha “Granny” Mudzengerere shows off her new book, “Old Time Religion,” which includes spiritual guidance and history about The United Methodist Church in Zimbabwe. It is the 104-year-old’s first book. Photo by Kudzai Chingwe, UM News.

United Methodist pens first book at 104 years old

“Granny” Mudzengerere, one of the founding members of Zimbabwe’s women’s organization, shares advice, worship traditions and lessons from the past in ‘Old Time Religion.’
Social Concerns
Teenager Melody Rudairo Nyamadzi, a junior Parliament representative and a member of the United Methodist Youth Fellowship, urges children to let their voices be heard during a special service led by the children’s ministry at St. Dorcas United Methodist Church in Harare, Zimbabwe. Photo by the Rev. Taurai Emmanuel Maforo, UM News.

Young United Methodist advocates for abused children

Junior parliamentarian urges Zimbabwe church to listen to children and advocate for their protection.
Local Church
In his role as a funeral chaplain in Zimbabwe, United Methodist Elison Kamupira uses his faith to comfort the grieving. He serves with a unique combination of compassion and humor. Photo by Kudzai Chingwe, UM News.

Funeral chaplain puts faith to work

United Methodist Elison Kamupira is a ‘pillar of strength’ for grieving families, an evangelist and a lively master of ceremonies.
Mission and Ministry
Vivian Chigweshe, right, stands in front of her home, which was destroyed by Cyclone Idai in March. She is among the survivors who will have a new house built with support from The United Methodist Church. Standing from left are lay leader Chirobwe Kupeti and the Rev. Jairos Mafondokoto, Masvingo District superintendent.  Photo by Chenayi Kumuterera, UM News.

Church continues to aid Cyclone Idai survivors

Eight months after deadly storm, conference support helps survivors rebuild in Zimbabwe.

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