CCAP Blantyre Synod embraces Cape Town


In response to the rising numbers of CCAP congregants in Cape Town, the Blantyre City Presbytery of the Church of Central Africa Presbyterian (CCAP) has established four prayer houses at Capricorn, Danoon, Houtbay and Kraaifontein in the area.

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Blantyre City Presbytery deputy general secretary Reverend Paul Mawaya said Reverend Makuleya Sande is, in the interim, taking care of the Cape Town missionary work.

“The establishment of the four prayer houses is in response to the growing demand by our Malawian members who had migrated to and are working in the nearby areas of Cape Town.

“In the meantime, it is Reverend Sande who ministers at Turfontein and Boksburg in Johannesburg, who is the Cape Town ministry caretaker,” Reverend Mawaya said.

Rev. Sande and Reverend Michael Ngaiyaye were posted to South Africa last April after the Synod made an inroad into Johannesburg under the stewardship of Blantyre City Presbytery. n

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