Michiru CCAP in fundraising dinner

In a quest to advance education standards in the country, Michiru CCAP church of the Blantyre Synod has organised a fundraising dinner to raise about K10 million for the congregation’s school infrastructure development project.

CCAP Clerics
CCAP Clerics

The fundraising dinner will be held on Saturday, November 29 at Mount Soche in Blantyre.

Moderator of the church, Reverend Paul Mawaya claimed that education and the task of disciples are inseparable, they go together, hence the school project.

“It is necessary for churches to own and run schools.

“The task of making disciples involves education. As a congregation, we believe that education is critical to individual and national development. Owning and running schools is one way of achieving this,” said Mawaya.

According to him,  the school has adequate classrooms that are being used, but need to complete the administration block.

“The funds will finance the construction of administration block and the fence to secure the place.

“We need to create very conducive learning environment for our children who will be mentored spiritually, mentally and physically for the betterment of our country,” said Mawaya.

He also pointed that the school needs a football ground and other necessary grounds.

Malawi therefore urged corporate organisations to assist them by securing a table of 6 at K120,000.00, while tickets for single and double are going at K10,000.00 and K18,000.00, respectively.

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7 years ago

sindinaone sukulu yatsankho ngati imeneyi.. mwana wa ccap akulipira K20,000 pamene amipingo ina akulipira K40,000.00 what is this?? tapangani equalize nawonso a ccap azilipira ma 40pin kuti mukwaniritse mukufunazo….

7 years ago

Archbishop Msusa is not a ccap cleric.

7 years ago

Rev. Paul Mawaya is a perfect example of servants of God. Whereever he is posted, you see change happening.

All the blessings!!

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