Welcome to the Zimbabwe Mothers' Union Fellowship (UK).

About Us

We worship under the banner of the Zimbabwe National Anglican Fellowship (UK). Our membership is drawn from the ten ZINAFE branches throughout the United Kingdom. (See ZINAFE Branches). ZMUF(UK) currently has 13 branches and we are continuing to grow, not only in numbers but spiritually. All members are committed to supporting the aims and objectives of Mothers’ Union and commit to undertake Bible reading, teachings, church worship and prayer.

We aim to reach out creatively and actively support stable family life and promote a more just society.

We believe in the value of family, in its many forms, as a source of love and support for individuals and the basis for a caring religious community.
Mai Nyatsambo - Zinafe Mothers' Union Chairperson

Mrs Jemina Nyatsambo National Chairperson ZMUF(UK).

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The Beatutudes

Strength and dignity are her clothing, and she laughs at the time to come. She opens her mouth with wisdom, and the teaching of kindness is on her tongue. She looks well to the ways of her household and does not eat the bread of idleness. Her children rise up and call her blessed; her husband also, and he praises her: “Many women have done excellently, but you surpass them all.

Proverbs 31:25-30

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The Parables

The Message! The refusal of the householder to allow his slaves to separate the wheat from the weeds while they are still growing is a warning to the disciples not to attempt to anticipate the final judgment of God by a definitive exclusion of sinners from the kingdom. In its present stage it is composed of the good and the bad. The judgment of God alone will eliminate the sinful. Until then there must be patience and the preaching of repentance. MATTHEW Chapter 13 v 44-50

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Reach New Heights

A great man of God, Reverend Canon Lameck Mutete celebrated 20 years serving the Lord as a Priest in the Anglican Church. The Zinafe family teamed up with the St Albans Tattenhall to throw a befitting party for a hard working servant of 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 and a community room at the church and Canon Mutete played an important role by spearheading the project.

Song written by: William Williams.

Filmed by: T H Musadavira, Chido Kututwa, A Chagadama and Tariro J Matsveru.

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