department of Christian Education started with the birth of the Moravian Church
in the South-West Highlands of Tanzania on the 17th of December 1976. Its aim was to teach students the
word of God in order to receive salvation and to serve the Lord Jesus Christ in
their lives. Since 2018, the department
has been led by the secretary Rev. Sifael Mwashibanda.
secretary is assisted by Rev. Amos Mwampamba, the assistant secretary of primary schools, secondary
schools and colleges. He is responsible for the care of families,
congregations, schools and colleges with the intent to assist in their
spiritual development and strength in the word of God.
church values education, for the development of all human beings. Christian
education is provided in families, congregations, schools and colleges to
prepare children and youth to hear the call to serve the Lord Jesus Christ in their
lives. Christian education is the foundation of life for a Christian.
teach students the word of God, fostering their growth in salvation and
accepting the Lord Jesus Christ into their lives.
Objective I: to
teach Christian education in families, congregations, primary schools,
secondary schools, colleges and universities in the Province.
Objective II: to
prepare children, youth and parents to recognize and use their talents for the
benefit of societies, organizations, churches and the nation.
Objective III: to
motivate Christian students to become a part of the church community and the
nation as productive, educated and successful members of society after
completing their studies.
Objective IV: to build unity and cooperation of brotherhood in families, congregations, schools and colleges.
of our objectives is to spread God’s word in secondary schools and colleges for
youth ages 13 to 25 years old (Youth Education project).
Youth Education project should represent a unity between Christian students and
whatever congregation they come from. As Christian education is under the
directorate of the Christian Council of Tanzania (CCT: http://.cct-tz.org), which edicts a
common liturgy shared by every church (Lutheran, Anglican, Moravian, Mennonite,
Baptist, African Inland Church etc.), it is possible to praise the Lord together beyond
Seminars, workshops and Sunday services are organized to reach students. For example, our yearly Easter conference in Mbeya welcomes around 800 students from all over the Mbeya region. Topics such as “how to succeed in life”, “how to deal with everyday problems and society issues”, “the power of God” and “God’s healing” are discussed. We also organize two big conferences reuniting Christian students. One conference is held at the regional level (Zonal Conference) and one at the national level (National Conference).
Moravian Church in Tanzania - South West Province
Christian Education Department
P.O. Box 377
Phone: +255 756 855950