Lusaka. Zambia and Malawi - two large New Apostolic District Churches with a total of over 1.4 million members between them - have launched a common internet platform. In his message of greeting, District Apostle Charles S. Ndandula writes that it has taken quite some time to introduce the District Church on the internet, and that he is now happy to present this new website.
Interested visitors can consult five different sections to learn more about the District Churches. In addition to the latest news, the site also introduces the working areas of the various Apostles. There are some 8,000 New Apostolic congregations in the two countries. Already in 1928 the first Zambian congregation was founded in Maramba (formerly North Rhodesia). The overview of the Church’s history in these countries is presented in a most interesting manner. All relevant contact addresses can be found in the “Contacts” section.
You will find the new internet site of the District Churches of Zambia and Malawi at this address: http://www.naczam.org.zm/.
Zambia and Malawi are located in South East Africa. Zambia takes its name from the Zambezi River. The country’s population of approximately 11.3 million people is distributed around an area of 750,000 square kilometres. Of this total, more than one million people profess the New Apostolic faith. In terms of its size, Malawi is smaller (120,000 square kilometres), but it has a population of over 12 million. This country is home to some 200,000 New Apostolic Christians. District Apostle Charles S. Ndandula, together with District Apostle Helpers Robert M. Nsamba (Zambia) and Arnold N. Mhango (Malawi), lead the two District Churches. They are assisted in this task by approximately 32,000 ministers.
1 February 2007