Ensuring theologically sound, qualified leadership that will support our growing and dynamic church.
We are often challenged financially but we trust that God will provide.
We invite you to partner with us in order to achieve the synod's mission and accomplish God's work.
HELP SUPPORT THE NEW SYNOD OFFICE COMPLEX
We are currently building a new synod office complex on a 5 acre plot on the outskirts of Lusaka.
Every year, the Men's and Women's Guilds host conferences for CCAP congregation members. Participants travel from all
corners of Zambia to sing, dance, and grow in their Christian faith.
CCAP COMMUNITY SCHOOLS
The CCAP Synod of Zambia's community schools continue to educate orphaned and vulnerable children in need of emotional, spiritual, and financial support.
OUR WORK IN SOCIETY
Most orphaned and vulnerable children in Zambia cannot manage to pay school fees for government schools so the church established community schools in order to provide children with a quality education as well as emotional, spiritual, and financial support.
The HIV/AIDS Department works to reduce the prevelance of HIV/AIDS through education as well as provide relief to people who are infected and impacted by the disease.
CHURCH & SOCIETY
The Church and Society Department advocates for equal treatment for all God's children, including the most vulnerable members of Zambian society.
The Education Department reduces illiteracy in communities by providing quality education, infrastructure, and school administration to primary and secondary schools.
The Health Department currently has two clinics in Egichikeni and Ndaiwala that provide basic healthcare to community members who don't have any other access to health services.
The Shallow Wells Department builds shallow wells in rural communities, which provides families with clean water that they wouldn't have access to otherwise.
RELIEF & DEVELOPMENT
The Relief and Development Department promotes food security in rural areas by teaching farmers sustainable practices.
Kapikila Chama Training Center
The Kapikila Chama Training Center will provide vocational training to female ex-convicts in order to ensure their successful re-entry into society.
Men's Guild congregation groups support others in their faith while also encouraging community members to become active members of the church.
The goal of the Women's Guild congregation groups is to help women grow in their faith while also helping members of the community such as widows, widowers, and orphaned/vulnerable children.
CHRISTIAN YOUTH FELLOWSHIP
The Christian Youth Fellowhship (CYF) Department encourages youth to be active in the church as well as helps them with emotional and spiritual issues.
OUR WORK IN SOCIETY
Christian Men’s Guild
Christian Women’s Guild
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