The Anglican Church of Southern Malawi Diocese is holding a Revival Week where various biblical teachings and intercessions are taking place.
The Revival Week, which is being held under the theme ‘Preparing Oneness To Effective Ministry’ started last Sunday, May 20, at Soche Anglican Church, Christ The King Parish with Evangelist Robert Yahaya Aiweni as the main Speaker and will end next Sunday, May 27.
Christ The King Parish Priest Ven. Patrick Mapundula said during the week several preachers will be administering the word of God through the various programmes that have been lined up.
Organisers of the week have extended invitations to all Christian churches and ministries based in Blantyre.
According to Mapundula, top on the agenda during the period are teachings about repentance, spiritual weapons, power of service, gifts of the Holy Spirit and deliverance.
“We expect various clerics to minister to people, especially the elderly, the sick and those who for one reason or another fail to make it to Church in their respective homes in what we are calling door to door ministry,” he said.
Everyday since Sunday there are various teachings and intercessions which start from 14:00hrs to 16:00hrs before faithful go into the main service at 18:00 hours which also lasts two hours.
On Saturday, May 26 there will be a special teaching for all Church groups from 8.00am to 1.00pm while the afternoon service will start from 2.00pm to 4.30pm before the main service which will start from 6.00pm for another two hours.
“On Sunday, which is Pentecost day, we will have the normal morning service from 6.00am and the main service will start at 7.30am.
“We shall wind up with the afternoon service and then in the evening we shall have thanksgiving service where we will praise God for the wonderful things that He provides and do for us and for enabling us fulfil our program,” he concluded.
Later in the year, Soche Anglican Church which is under the Diocese of Southern Malawi headed by Bishop Dr. James Tengatenga will celebrate 50 years of existence.
The Anglican Church, reportedly the first Christian Church in Malawi, celebrated its 150 years of existence in the country last year and the celebrations were attended by the church’s head in the world.Follow and Subscribe Nyasa TV :