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    Weʼve raised £280 to The Andrew Ndhlela Centre in Gweru, The Chitungwiza Hospital and Matthew Rusike Children Home co-founded by the Very Revd. Andrew Ndhlela

    London and Cambridge United Kingdom
    Funded on Wednesday, 20th September 2017

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    The Methodist Church in Zimbabwe obtained its Autonomy from the British Methodist Church in 1977, and the Very Revd. Ndhlela was the 1st President of the Zimbabwe Methodist Church. He obtained the autonomy to give the Zimbabwean Methodist church its independence from the British.

    This year marks the 40th Anniversary of the Autonomy from the British Methodist and the whole country is celebrating. We would like to raise much needed funds in line with the celebration for 3 charities which Revd. Ndhlela was associated with for the under privileged.

    · The Andrew Ndhlela Centre in Gweru, a vocational centre for young people
    · The Chitungwiza hospital in one of the Local Township
    · The Matthew Rusike Children Home founded during his reign.

    Zimbabwe has been suffering a lot economically, and it will be a great achievement if we could get some assistance to help these 3 institutions, which serve the under privileged in the society.

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    • David  Mensah1 year ago
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      David Mensah

      1 year ago

      Zimbabwe Methodists revive Wesleyan spirit THE Methodist Church in Zimbabwe will in August celebrate 40 years of autonomy at grand celebrations set for the National Sports Stadium in Harare. The theme for the celebrations is “People of the Warmed Hearts”, inspired by a phrase uttered by one of the church’s founders, Reverend John Wesley.The celebrations set for August 17–20 will mark 40 years self-governance from the British Methodist Church when Rev Andrew Ndlela became the first local black minister to lead the church.

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    • David  Mensah1 year ago
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      David Mensah

      1 year ago

      Tonight, we thank God for his mercy upon the Ndhlela family. We wish Joy a speedy recovery. Our thought and prayers are with the family... Love will always prevail..

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    • David  Mensah1 year ago
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      David Mensah

      1 year ago

      The Ndhela centre is a Youth run initiative with a mandate of generating income for the Youth and Children’s Ministry and the Church at large. It offers conferencing facilities and training for the church and community. Vision: A Leading Centre in conferencing, hospitality, youth development and entertainment Mission: To synergise innovation and experience to provide exceptional services.

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    Page last updated on: 8/11/2017 9:53 PM





      Jul 17, 2017


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      No name

      Jul 1, 2017

      Well done and good luck

    • Ghassan  Al-Mudallal

      Ghassan Al-Mudallal

      Jun 25, 2017

      With best wishes


    • Athan Nwogu

      Athan Nwogu

      Jun 24, 2017

      The Kindness of Rev Andrew is genetically inherited by his Children and I attest to their Benevolence.Best wishes in this Good Cause to the benefit of Gweru people in Zimbabwe.


    • Pamela  Cocozza

      Pamela Cocozza

      Jun 24, 2017

      Much love

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    David  Mensah

    David Mensah

    London and Cambridge United Kingdom

    A community organisation leader for over 20 years. Assisting in developing leadership capacity in local communities whether in the UK / Africa so that people hold their leaders accountable. My purpose is to bring people together to make a tangible difference to the disadvantaged

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