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We held our annual memorial service in remembrance of our departed loved ones on the first Saturday 2nd  of September 2023, as is customary. Rev. Nicholas Stebbing was the celebrant assisted by Rev . Canon Mutasa, the TYP father.

This year, we had an honour and privilege of welcoming our sisters from the Shearly Cripps Children’s Home in Chikwaka. Meeting them and celebrating with them as a family was a true delight.

We have a custom of writing letters to our loved ones who have passed on, updating them everything we would like them to know even though they are no longer with us. It was a bittersweet moment when our beloved Shearly Cripps sisters penned theirs as well.It was a very emotional time ; a lot of weeping but we were encouraged that crying is good , healing .


The previous themes are as follows:

2010…. Let go and let God

2011…. Death is not the greatest loss we face in life, the greatest loss we face is when something withing us dies that is Hope, Faith and Love

2012…. Ebenezer

2013…. Moving forward fearlessly

2014…. From Glory to Glory

2015…. Walk the talk Hope, Faith and Love

2016…. Walk the talk Hope, Faith and Love

2017…. We are one we are many we are synergistic.

2018…. Coming together is a beginning, working together is a progress and keeping together is success.

2019…. Standing out, in step with God, out of with the world

2020…. Trusting the process, enduring change, strengthening our Hope and soaring like an eagle

2021…. Attitude of Gratitude

2022…. Attitude of Gratitude

There was a lot we did not cover last year, so we chose to continue with the same theme , Attitude of Gratitude this year. We’re working towards polishing up this significant topic.

 The succinct overview of our 2023–2024 theme is given below:

The virtue of gratitude requires us to constantly show our appreciation for both significant and insignificant aspects of our lives. It also entails being appreciative as a family, a home of abundance rather than of scarcity. As stated in 1 Thess 5:16–18, “be joyful, never stop praying, be thankful in all circumstances for this is God’s will for you who belong to Christ Jesus,” we have been taught to be grateful for everything we have.

The following are some fundamental ways to express gratitude:

  • Appreciating everything that we have
  • Expressing our appreciation through deeds
  • Putting in a lot of effort, be it at school or work
  • Being responsible for everything and being accountable (Stewardship)

Hence, we would like to express our thanks to our trustees, donors, and supporters for everything that they do such as :

  • Paying for our fees
  • Monthly groceries and rent
  • Wi-Fi and much more
  • Projects : Chicken currently rearing 200 (20% for home consumption), vegetable garden , do our own dishwashing liquid as well as toilet cleaner
  • Birthday cakes
  • Honde Valley : Here we have the piggery project (79 pigs plus 30 piglets) , bananas as well as maize and beans

Through your support we now have graduates in this family i.e., Doctors, Pharmacists , Engineers, Accountants, the list is pretty endless. May God continue to bless you for your sacrificial love and the time that you always spend with us. We promise that we will walk the talk of our theme, “The Attitude of Gratitude”.