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Posted by Zinafedesk on January 2, 2017

Easter to the Zimbabwean Anglican Community

Easter is a season to celebrate the resurrection of our Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ, the foundation of Christian faith. In the Anglican Community, Easter season starts with Lent, which is a retro of fasting, self-examination and denial. Moreover, Lent is also an opportunity to support the less fortunate. Easter is a time for reflection

Posted by Zinafedesk on December 29, 2016

Pentecost! A View by Revd Matha Mutikani

ZINAFE UK – Pentecost We gather at one venue each year to celebrate Pentecost as Zimbabwean Anglicans in the U.K. We have been blessed over the years by the generosity of our members and their respective parish Bishops and Priests. Why do we gather to celebrate Pentecost? When we read Acts 2:1-41 we get the

Posted by Zinafedesk on December 16, 2016

Celebrating 20 Years Serving God

Celebrating 20 Years Serving God The Zinafe family teamed up with the St Albans Tattenhall to throw a befitting party for a hard working servant of God Celebrating 20 Years Serving God. Actually, it was a double celebration as the St Albans church celebrated the completion of the Vault, a building project. There was no toilet

Posted by Zinafedesk on December 15, 2016

Our Zimbabwe Day Celebration

In Acts 2:42, we read that the early church devoted itself to “fellowship.” Fellowship was a very important part of their reason for meeting together. It was one of their objectives. But what is fellowship? Zimbabwe Day Celebration – HISTORY As we go back into history and dig deep into the original languages of the

Posted by Zinafedesk on October 27, 2016

Bernard Mizeki The Catechist and Martyr

Mizeki The Catechist and Martyr of Mashonaland Bernard Mizeki was born in Inhambe, Mozambique. At the age of twelve, he moved to Cape Town, (South Africa) where he trained to be a Catechist. After graduation, Bernard moved to Mashonaland to work there as a lay catechist. He became very attentive to the nuances of the