Anglicans Hold Mothers' Union Conference In Watsomba

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Sat, 27 Aug 2022 18:07:30 GMT
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Anglicans Hold Mothers' Union Conference In Watsomba

The Anglican Diocese of Manicaland is holding its Mother’s Union conference at St Matthias Tsonzo in Watsomba in Mutasa District after a two-year hiatus due to COVID-19 restrictions.

The conference commenced on Friday and ends on Sunday.

Anglican Diocese of Manicaland Bishop Eric Ruwona’s wife Eunice urged congregants to pray for peace ahead of the 2023 elections. She said:

We are hosting our annual Mother’s Union conference after almost two years as we were affected by the COVID-19 precautions measures.

The main purpose of the meeting is the spiritual revival and upliftment of members. We are calling upon the church and nation to unite because our days are numbered.

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The Mother’s Union will also be remembered as the day women share ideas on various issues including marriage.

We are praying for peace and unity to prevail in the country as we approach elections.

In March this year, the Anglican Mother’s Union successfully hosted St Mary’s Day where women from across the country gathered at St Augustine in Manicaland Province.

The Mother’s Union celebrates St Mary’s Day annually on 25 March to celebrate the message that was bought to Mary by the Angel Gabriel that she was to give birth to Jesus.

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