Below are answers to some of the most Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) about the Council of Churches in Zambia!

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  • What is the Structure of the Council of Churches in Zambia?

    The General Secretary, who sits on the executive committee, heads the Secretariat. The Secretariat, which comprises Administration/Finance and seven operational departments/programmes, is responsible for the day-to-day operation of the organisation.
  • Who are the members of the council of Churches in Zambia?

    The Council of Churches in Zambia is an ecumenical umbrella organization of Christian churches that seeks to promote cooperation and fellowship between Christian churches and organizations in the nation.
  • When was the Council of Churches in Zambia formed?

    At the eve of independence in 1963, there was pressing need for the Council to begin responding to the growing social demands of the people. Upon independence in 1964, the CCNR changed its name to Christian Council of Zambia. At the 26th General Conference, the current name, Council of Churches in Zambia, was adopted to conform to the current duties and composition of the member churches belonging to CCZ.
  • Who are the Partners of the Council of Churches in Zambia?

    We have many like-minded organizations and entities that have partnered with the Council of Churches in Zambia in its effort to help form an enlightened Christian opinion on all issues affecting the spiritual, social and physical well being of Zambians..

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The Council of Churches in Zambia is an ecumenical umbrella organization of Christian churches that seeks to promote cooperation and fellowship between Christian churches and organizations in the nation. We therefore seek to bring together members and stakeholders for consultation and discussions in an effort to help form an enlightened Christian opinion on all issues affecting the spiritual, social and physical well being of Zambians.

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