Chikwizo receives mega face-lift

By: Taurai Emmanuel Maforo

Hands wide open to the dedication ceremony audience, moves forward stealthily and with a side-smile a Chikwizo Primary School Grade 2 pupil effortlessly opens her lips and proclaims, “So many hearts make a school!” 

Indeed it was many hearts that took the Chikwizo vision to completion. From the age-old clarion calls of “Ngariende kwaChikwizo” to the present tunes of Ebenezer, today Chikwizo Mission has had a major face-lift. Such major face-lifts are also expected in future projects at Nyahuku, Dendera, Mashambanhaka, Dindi and Chindenga Clinics

Harare West RRW Shine at Music Festival Awards

By Taurai Emmanuel Maforo

Three Harare West District RRW choirs took the limelight at the recently held Zimbabwe West Annual Conference (ZWAC) RRW Music Festivals held at Revelation United Methodist Church, Mabelreign. 29 choirs participated in the festivals with each choir having an average of 15 choristers.

Security a priority for Ebenezer

By Ranganai Dzotizei

With just weeks left before the biggest celebration thus far in the Zimbabwe Episcopal Area of The United Methodist Church, the Ebenezer Convention kicks off, safety of the thousands of congregants set to throng the giant National Stadium is of paramount importance going into the majestic event

Hope Funded Phase 2 Projects on course

By Simeon Nyemba and Taurai Emmanuel Maforo

“I will never doubt the United Methodist members’ efforts of building parsonages, offices or sanctuaries. I am always confident they can do more than expected…” said Bishop


By Tichaona Chitsinde

With the countdown to the Ebenezer Convention taking place at the National Sports Stadium from 15th – 17th August 2014 now entering the home straight, Harare East District finally got its taste of what is in store in just over a month’s time as it held its mid-year Revival on 6th July 2014 at the Harare Gardens.

Over 3 000  Methodists from the District’s 18 Circuits

United Methodist Women responds to the Chikanga Hard of Hearing

By Theophilus Ngonidzaishe Gurupira

Who would know or have imagined seeing the hard of hearing singing songs of praise to the Lord? Yes! They did and they sang whole heartedly with great joy as smiles could be seen on their faces at the recently held Hard of Hearing two-day workshop held at Chikanga United Methodist Church, Mutare. 

The workshop was funded by the United Methodist Women

"Making Disciples of Jesus Christ for the transformation of the world."

Matthew 28:18-20