Zimbabwe Episcopal Area

Faith Stories
Despite being denied an education as a girl, Greater Taremeredzwa Nhiwatiwa (second from left) went on to become a nurse and church leader in her role as an African bishop’s spouse. Nhiwatiwa, who is president of the Zimbabwe Episcopal Area Rukwadzano RweWadzimai (RRW) women's organization, shares her life story in a new book, “Reflections on My Life and Faith Journey as an African Bishop’s Spouse.” Pictured with Nhiwatiwa at the Zimbabwe West Annual Conference main office are Anesu Mironga, Zimbabwe East Annual Conference secretary (left), Tendai Rebecca Gurupira, RRW vice president (third from left), and Ethel Tsingano, RRW secretary. Photo by Kudzai Chingwe, UM News.

Greater Nhiwatiwa shares faith journey in new book

Despite being denied an education as a girl, she went on to become a nurse and leader in The United Methodist Church in Zimbabwe in her role as an African bishop’s spouse.
Mission and Ministry
The Revs. Daniel Mutidzawanda (right) and Zebediah Marewangepo pray over the first portion of the harvest, which is given to God, at Chisipiti United Methodist Church in Zimbabwe. Photo by Kudzai Chingwe, UM News.

Zimbabwe United Methodists share bounty

Members of the Zimbabwe Episcopal Area embrace the concept of “first fruits,” giving the initial produce of the harvest to God and the church.
Mission and Ministry
Tapiwanashe Nhunhama helps lead worship at Cranborne United Methodist Church in Harare, Zimbabwe, during a program to help support people living with albinism. The United Methodist Church’s Harare East District in partnership with the Johnstown District in the Western Pennsylvania Conference gave gifts of sunscreen, hats and food to people living with the condition. Photo by Kudzai Chingwe, UM News.

Zimbabweans with albinism ‘feel remembered, loved’

Through a partnership between The United Methodist Church’s Harare East District and the Western Pennsylvania Conference, 73 Zimbabweans living with albinism recently received sunscreen, hats and food baskets.
Mission and Ministry
Science students and their teacher, Nyashirai Cletus Maruni, celebrate the installation of a new science laboratory at the United Methodist Hanwa Secondary School in Macheke, Zimbabwe. Funds for the laboratory were provided by Zimbabwe Volunteers in Mission. Photo by Kudzai Chingwe, UM News.

New science lab grows options for students

United Methodist Hanwa Secondary School gets state-of-the-art science laboratory, new library with help from Zimbabwe Volunteers in Mission.

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