Christianity in Zimbabwe
Christianity in Zimbabwe is one of the major religions practiced in Zimbabwe. The arrival of Christianity dates back to the 14th century by missionaries. Christianity is embraced by the majority of th...
Chris Mbanga
Chris Mbanga is the National Secretary of the St. John Association in Zimbabwe and the Chairman of the Southern zone of the Africa Scout Region.He was a member of the UANC, elected to parliament in th...
Morgan Tsvangirai
Morgan Richard Tsvangirai (/ˈtʃæŋɡɪraɪ/, [ts͎aŋɡira.i]; born 10 March 1952) is a Zimbabwean politician who was Prime Minister of Zimbabwe from 2009 to 2013. He is President of the Movement for Democra...
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Zambesi Mission
The Zambesi Mission was a Catholic prefecture division in Rhodesia.
The prefecture comprised all Rhodesia south of the Zambesi River, that part of Bechuanaland which is north of the Tropic of Capr...
Monastery of Christ the Word
The Monastery of Christ the Word is a priory of the English Benedictine Congregation (EBC) located in Macheke, Zimbabwe, within the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Harare. The monastery is a daughter ho...
Anglican doctrine
Anglican doctrine (also called Episcopal doctrine in some countries) is the body of Christian teachings used to guide the religious and moral practices of Anglicans.
Anglicanism does not possess a...
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Peterhouse Group of Boarding Schools
The Peterhouse Group of Schools is based in Marondera, Zimbabwe.The Peterhouse Group of Anglican boarding schools has 1,045 pupils on 1200 Ha (3,000 acres) in Marondera, Zimbabwe, and comprises Peterh...
Free Presbyterian Church of Scotland in Zimbabwe
The Free Presbyterian Church of Scotland in Zimbabwe was a mission of the Free Presbyterian Church of Scotland started in 1904. In 1995 there were 30 congregations, and 4000 affiliate members. The lea...
Johane Maranke
John or Johane Maranke (Johane Marange) (1912-1963) was a Zimbabwean Christian leader, prophet, and founder of the African Apostolic Church of John Maranke.He was born Muchabaya Momberume (also spelle...
Church of Central Africa Presbyterian – Harare Synod
The Church of Central Africa Presbyterian – Harare Synod was founded in 1965 by immigrant workers from Malawi in search of employment in mining and farming areas in Zimbabwe. Ministers came from Malaw...
African Free Presbyterian Church of Zimbabwe
The Africa Free Presbyterian Church of Zimbabwe is a Reformed denomination in Zimbabwe. It was begun in 1953 by Rev Edwin Radasi, who broke away from the Free Presbyterian Church of Scotland in Zimbab...
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Apostles of Johane Maranke
Apostles of Johane Maranke is an African Initiated Church movement that started in Zimbabwe. It is one of the largest movements in the Zionist churches of Africa. The Zionists take on some symbols and...
Zimuto High School (Zimbabwe)
Zimuto High School is an English speaking, Christian school, run by the Reformed Church In Zimbabwe (RCZ) co-educational boarding school for A level and O level pupils in Zimbabwe. It is among the be...
The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints in Zimbabwe
As of 1 January 2012, The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints reported 20,908 members in four stakes, one district, 50 congregations (23 wards and 27 branches), and one mission, in Zimbabwe.
List of cathedrals in Zimbabwe
This is the list of cathedrals in Zimbabwe sorted by denomination.
Cathedrals of the Roman Catholic Church in Zimbabwe:
Joseph Crane Hartzell
Joseph Crane Hartzell 1 June 1842 – 6 September 1929) was an American Missionary Bishop of the Methodist Episcopal Church who served in the United States and in Africa.
Joseph was born of Methodis...
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Roman Catholicism in Zimbabwe
The Roman Catholic Church in Zimbabwe is part of the worldwide Roman Catholic Church, under the spiritual leadership of the Pope in Rome.There were 1,145,000 Catholics in the country (about 9% of the ...
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Zimbabwe Catholic Bishops' Conference
The country's Catholic bishops met in the Conference of Catholic Bishops of Zimbabwe (Zimbabwe Catholic Bishops' Conference, ZCBC), established by the Holy See on October 1, 1969. The statutes of the ...
Archbishop of Harare
The Archbishop of Harare heads the Roman Catholic Metropolitan See for Zimbabwe. In 2004, the number of Roman Catholics in the archdiocese was estimated as 483,293 (from a total population of 4,866,00...
Chita che Zita Rinoyera
The Chita che Zita Rinoyera (Community of the Holy Name), CZR, is an Anglican religious order of women headquartered in Mutare, Zimbabwe in the Anglican Church of the Province of Central Africa. The ...
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