Anglicans

Anglican Church to celebrate “resurrection and new life”

April 17, 2014
The Anglican Church of the Province of Central Africa say they will use the Easter holidays to celebrate “new life and resurrection”. In his Easter message, CPCA head, Bishop Chad Gandiya, said a lot of positive things had happened in the Church which were in themselves a manifestation of new ...

Anglicans prepares for Holy Week

April 15, 2014
Anglicans on Sunday celebrated Palm Sunday as they prepared for the Holy week. The processions were led by different priests in different areas. Palm Sunday reminds Christians of the journey Jesus made into Jerusalem, on a donkey, to celebrate the Jewish festival of Passover (Pesach). Jesus chose a donkey to ...

Anglican youths launch Green-Church Movement

November 1, 2013
The Church of the Province of Central Africa (CPCA)’s youth assembly has launched the Green-Church Movement a conglomeration of faith based groups against environmental degradation and ozone depletion. Anglican Church Harare Diocese head, Bishop Chad Gandiya said he was impressed by the way the youths have conducted themselves within the ...

Mugabe dumps Kunonga

October 17, 2013
President Robert Mugabe appears to have dumped long-time ally, excommunicated Anglican bishop Nolbert Kunonga, as the Zanu PF leader will officiate at a clean-up campaign organised by the former’s rival Bishop Chad Gandiya, in Harare next week. The clean-up campaign, which will also involve Members of Parliament, will be held ...

Anglican embarks on organic gardening

September 27, 2013
  Anglican Diocese of Harare in the Church of the Province of Central Africa has began organic garden projects among its schools aimed at helping child headed families and people living with HIV. Speaking at St Michaels primary school were 13 schools participated in an organic garden competition , Maud ...

Anglican to build institution of higher learning

September 16, 2013
Anglican Church has set up a committee to establish an institution of higher learning the church can build Bishop Chad Gandiya has 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 ...

Anglicans in Manicaland soldiering on

September 7, 2013
The Anglican Diocese in Zimbabwe’s Manicaland Province is facing huge challenges as it tries to rehabilitate infrastructure run-down by years of neglect under dethroned and disgraced former Arch-Bishop Elson Jakazi. Jakazi, a former Church of the Province of Central Africa (CPCA) head Zanu PF apologist turned Nolbert Kunonga who wreaked ...

Zim gets first woman priest, in New Zealand

September 4, 2013
Nyasha Gumbeze journeyed more than 12,000 kilometres to be accepted in a role she says she was born to do. When the Lynfield Community Church minister was first ordained by the Anglican Church in New Zealand four years ago she was breaking new ground as a female Zimbabwean minister. It ...

Anglican Church starts massive reconstruction

September 2, 2013
The Anglican Church of the Province of Central Africa (CPCA), which inherited a huge debt and dilapidated infrastructure from excommunicated Bishop Nolbert Kunonga, has embarked on a massive rebuilding exercise. The church’s infrastructure collapsed after it was forcibly occupied by Kunonga until last year when the wrangle ended. CPCA Bishop ...

Church in Zambia partners with ILO to prepare locals for UNWTO trafficking risks

July 30, 2013
Anglican Fr Emmanuel Chikoya urged residents of Zambia’s Livingstone to be vigilant as some visitors may take advantage of the United Nations World Tourism Organisation (UNWTO) General Assembly to promise them a better living but recruit them for forced labour.  Victoria Falls and Livingstone will co-host the UNWTO General Assembly from August 24 to 29, ...
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