The Zimbabwe National Anglican Fellowship is a group of Anglicans originally from Zimbabwe. This fellowship was officially started in 2009, when we recognized the need to come together as Zimbabwean Anglicans in Diaspora and celebrate services once a month in our vernacular languages.
Revd Canon Lameck Mutete, the incumbent Rector of St Alban's Tattenhall and All Saints, Handley in the Diocese of Chester is our current Zinafe Fellowship Chaplain. He is also the founding father of Zinafe, UK.
The fellowship currently has nine branches and four guilds in the United Kingdom. You may be very near one of them. Please check our ZINAFE website, call us or send us an e-mail for more information.The details on how to contact us via e-mail are on the "Talk To Us" page on this site.
We organise national events and activities in line with the church calendar. It is important to note that Zinafe, UK is not a church, but a fellowship within the Church of England. Today there are 9 branches in UK supporting members through spiritual works.
We encourage our members to be actively involved in their local Anglican/Church of England parishes. We believe that this will enhance and encourage community cohesion as well as promoting spiritual, emotional and charitable works.
What the Bible is saying...
"And let us not grow weary while doing good, for in due season we shall reap if we do not lose heart."
- Galatians 6:9