Africa

Social Concerns
Sithembiso Nyoni, Zimbabwe’s Women and Youth Affairs minister, visits a booth at a recent economic expo hosted by The United Methodist Church in Marange, Zimbabwe. Nyoni was the guest of honor at the event, which aimed to offer business opportunities to people living in rural communities. Photo by Priscilla Muzerengwa, UMNS.

Church aims to empower Zimbabwe’s poorest

Business expo, local markets provide opportunities to people living in poverty in rural communities.
General Church
Leaders of the Reform and Renewal Coalition, a group of unofficial traditionalist advocacy groups, pose with bishops from Africa and Europe, after a closed-door meeting in which the leaders and central conference bishops discussed the denomination’s situation and possible future. Photo by Heather Hahn, UMNS.

Traditionalists, bishops talk church future

Leaders of traditionalist advocacy groups held a listening session with bishops from Africa, Europe and the Philippines. Church separation was on the table.
Evangelism
A fire partially destroyed Hartzell High School, a United Methodist school at Old Mutare Mission in Zimbabwe on April 6. Photo by Sengurayi Mashiri.

Fire destroys part of United Methodist school

The junior block at Hartzell High School, a United Methodist school at Old Mutare Mission in Zimbabwe, housed classrooms for hundreds of students.
Social Concerns
Tendai Musandaka, 20, holds a box of chicks that she and other women and girls will raise to generate income in Marange, Zimbabwe, which has been affected by drought. The farming program is led by The United Methodist Church’s Ministry with Women, Youth and Children and funded by the United Methodist Committee on Relief. Photo by Kudzai Chingwe, UMNS.

Zimbabwe farming project empowers women, girls

UMCOR-funded program provides chicks to help women and girls generate income in an area struggling with drought, dying crops.

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