Namwianga Mission

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Johnson Auditorium at Namwianga Mission
Orphans at Namwianga

The Namwianga Mission was established in 1920 in Kalomo, Zambia under the Churches of Christ with the purpose of teaching the Bible and promoting Christianity. Namwianga Mission is run by Zambia Christian College Inc, and Zambia Mission Fund.

The mission site contains a basic (elementary) and a secondary school. The mission also supports several other basic and secondary schools. Namwianga also contains the George Benson Christian College, which trains secondary school teachers in the areas of Math-Religious Education or English-Religious Education, and many graduates go on to plant churches around Zambia.

Other entities at Namwianga Mission include:

The Namiwianga Mission is also involved in orphan care. The orphanages include Eric's House, for older children and teenagers; Kelly's House, for toddlers; Eleanor's House, for newborns and babies; and Marjorie's House, which houses HIV/AIDS children.

Many years the church had supported Roy Merritt and his work as a full-time missionary at Namwianga Mission located in Zambia.[1]

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