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Our partners in Malawi

The Evangelical Bible College of Malawi‘s purpose is to “train Christian men and women in the knowledge of the Lord and of the Scriptures, together with other relevant subjects, with a view to providing suitable leaders and workers for the Christian Church.”

The work of ZEC has long been aligned with zm – the church was founded by Joseph Booth.  Today it has a membership of over 100,000 across Malawi, with 600 congregations led by a pastoral team of 160 pastors and evangelists.  They also have churches in South Africa, Zambia and Zimbabwe.  ZEC in Mozambique is an independent church denomination, with its own leaders and governing Synod.

The River of Life Evangelical Church is an indigenous church denomination established in 2001 in Malawi to preach the word of God with total transformation of people’s lives in their communities and nation.


Established in 2003, Children For Christ Ministry is a small inter-denominational, Christian charity working to reach the children of Malawi with the Gospel through equipping Sunday School teachers and establishing Bible Clubs.  This is their Facebook page.  In 2022 CFCM-UK was set up as a UK charity that supports Children for Christ Ministry financially and through prayer

We partner with J-Life Malawi on their Learn2Serve leadership training programme.

We also work with

Global Connections is a growing network of over 300 UK churches and agencies with a passion for mission.

If you’re involved or interested in mission or Christian work around the world, OSCAR is your gateway to useful information, advice and resources.

zm is a member of the Scotland Malawi Partnership that exists to help coordinate, support and represent Scotland’s many civic links with Malawi.

Janet Brown and Ruth MacBean have developed a resource called mission & me?  Its aim is to excite, inspire and challenge children & young people and their families, to be involved in God’s Mission.  Janet and Ruth are both closely involved with zm, and we are always keen to promote interest in mission generally – and specifically among children.  A series of bible studies for adults called mission & me too? is also available.

zm is a member of the safeguarding organisation thirtyone:eight, described as an independent Christian charity which helps individuals, organisations, charities, faith and community groups to protect vulnerable people from abuse.

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