Zimbabwe Episcopal Area

Social Concerns
A local agriculture extension officer teaches members of the Odzani Swarm Charm how to separate honey   and wax using a honey separator. As part of the United Methodist Women project, the women manage   beehives and sell the honey and its by-products to provide for their families and local church. Photo   by Kudzai Chingwe, UMNS.

Church empowers rural women in Zimbabwe

Church-sponsored projects, including beekeeping, small-scale farming and craft making are helping rural women in Zimbabwe survive the struggling economy.
Mission and Ministry
Children maneuver trucks on one of the new play areas at Hanwa Mission School in Macheke, Zimbabwe. The playground and a state-of-the-art early childhood development center were built through a partnership between the Zimbabwe Episcopal Area and Volunteers in Mission from the Baltimore-Washington Conference. Photo by Kudzai Chingwe, UMNS.

Providing early education in rural Zimbabwe

Baltimore-Washington mission team, Zimbabwe Episcopal Area open state-of-the-art early childhood development center and playground at Hanwa Mission School.
Church Growth
Walter Mujuru (right), Zimbabwe West Conference music director, teaches marimba basics to participants at the episcopal area’s annual arts workshop in Mutoko, Zimbabwe. Photo by Eveline Chikwanah, UMNS.

Using musical instruments for evangelism

Zimbabwe Episcopal Area teaches church members to play new instruments to hone their talents and attract young people to worship.
Mission and Ministry
Students with Engineers Without Borders USA observe solar lights during a night tour at Nyadire Mission in Zimbabwe. Photo courtesy of Chenayi Kumuterera.

Solar lights increase security at Nyadire Mission

Pittsburgh students assist Zimbabweans through The Nyadire Connection and Engineers Without Borders.

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