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The 16th Anglican Consultative Council (ACC) opened in Lusaka with over 120 Anglican leaders from Botwana, Malawi, Zambia and Zimbabwe (Province of Central Africa) being part of the over 500 congregants attending the ceremony graced by Zambia’s Republican President Edgar Lungu.

Friends and relatives of the late Rev Violet Sampa Bredt, came together in solidarity to remember her at a memorial service held at Lusaka’s UCZ Trinity Church on 2nd April 2016.

The department of International Emergency Service of the Salvation Army Headquarters in London says it is encouraged by the work being undertaken by Council of Churches in Zambia (CCZ) in addressing food insecurity through its work in Zambia.

Three Church mother bodies, the Council of Churches in Zambia (CCZ), the Evangelical Fellowship of Zambia (EFZ) and the Zambia Episcopal Conference (ZEC) successfully brought together 18 political party leaders to dialogue over

Council of Churches in Zambia (CCZ) General Secretary Rev Suzanne Matale has urged women in church to vie for positions of power in politics.

The Local Christian Council (LCC) Lusaka Women’s Fellowship has donated chairs worth over K3000 to the University Teaching Hospital Special School for the disabled children in Lusaka.

The Salvation Army a member of the Council of Churches in Zambia (CCZ) has issued guidelines on how pastors should conduct themselves ahead of the forth-coming elections set for August 11.

The Christian community in Zambia on Friday, March 4, 2016 converged at the Cathedral of the Holy Cross to celebrate an annual event in the Christian calendar the World Day of Prayer.

Political parties have been urged to desist from political violence as it does not reflect the agenda of the nation but personal and selfish agendas, CCZ Heads of Churches have said.

The Christian Churches Monitoring Group (CCMG) has appealed to all political parties to refrain from acts of violence including hate speech, physical violence, and harassment and declaring “no go zones” during campaigns, and encourages political parties

The Young Men’s Christian Association (YWCA) will soon be implementing the three year project titled Areal Man Is. National Council of Zambia YMCAs Executive Director Moses Malunda said the project is a three year programme based on the

The United Church of Zambia (UCZ) Lusaka Presbytery Chilenje Consistory has described Rev Silishebo Silishebo as a great man of God with vast experience in various portfolios, an attribute which will help church growth.

The Church has described as unfortunate the inclusion of the death penalty in the just amended Constitution which upholds the imposition of the death penalty.

The Pilgrim Wesleyan Church National Superintendent Dr Alfred Kalembo has unveiled the church’s 2016 theme: YEAR OF HAVING THE MIND OF CHRIST IN OUR GIVING according to the book of Luke chapter 6 verse 38.

The CCZ run Kingsley Mweenda Centre located in the Makeni area off Kafue Road, Lusaka has undergone a facelift at a cost of K1,3 million.

The Council of Churches in Zambia (CCZ) says the infrastructural development being undertaken in North –Western province is as a result of lobbying and advocating for the mining communities by the church.

Council of Churches in Zambia (CCZ) Programme Officer for Emergency and Development George Chibwana says four 10,000 litre tanks of water have been installed at two community schools in Zambezi district namely Kasesi and Chinzenzi Primary schools.

The Council of Churches in Zambia (CCZ) will be part of the 2015 World AIDS Day celebrations on December 1, an annual event which began in 1988 aimed at raising awareness of the disease and remembering those who died of the disease and those living positive.

The Local Christian Council in Eastern Province says there is need to empower the girl child in order to groom them into responsible women who will take up positions of power to challenge the norms and practices that hinder women from acceding to positions of power.

A Church leader in Eastern Province has bemoaned the low number of women actively serving in senior positions of leadership in churches across the province.

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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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