Join Maranatha to build a new church for the Simangani congregation in western Zimbabwe! The congregation was started in 2005 by two sisters in the village. They, along with their children, met under trees. Over time, the group grew to more than 50 members, but without money for a proper church, the group built a shelter out of branches and a borrowed tin roof that would often blow over on windy days. Finally, after eleven years of meeting like this, the Simangani church received a Maranatha One-Day Church structure in April 2016. In addition to the structure, the church also received a brand new water well that has been drawing people to the church.
However, funds are still limited, and while the congregation has been using the church, they lack the funds to complete the block walls. On this Maranatha project, volunteers will join together to lay the block walls for the building. In addition, the group will also reach out into the community through outreach programs such as children’s ministry and health education. The project also includes a safari in Hwange National Park and a tour of the world famous, Victoria Falls.Scope
Church Masonry Construction