ABOUT US

The Twentieth Episcopal District of the AME Church is composed of seven annual conferences that encompass the countries of Malawi, Zimbabwe, Tanzania, Uganda, and Mozambique.  Currently, under the  leadership of the Rt. Rev. Bishop Ronnie E. Brailsford, Sr. and Supervisor Rev. Carolyn E. Brailsford, the Twentieth Episcopal District is seeking to reach more people, strengthen institutional effectiveness, and develop new ministry partnerships.

ADDRESS

803-361-5340

P.O. Box 7004

Columbia, SC 29202

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PARTNER

GIVE ONLINE

Thank you for considering partnering with the Twentieth Episcopal District of the AME Church through your financial giving.  The Twentieth Episcopal District compromises more than 200 churches spread across the five East African countries of Zimbabwe, Malawi, Mozambique, Tanzania and Uganda.  Due to the combination of a multiplicity factors, access to resources is extremely difficult.  However, with your help, we believe we can transform people's lives one community at a time.

BECOME A VOLUNTEER

Volunteering in missions with the Twentieth Episcopal District is both a fun and a spiritually transformative for both individual persons and groups with a passion for Christian missions. With the help of global partners and others, we welcome the opportunity to host mission groups from the United States, individuals interested in either short or long term missions, and seminarians interested in global missions formation experiences.

See pages 5-7 of our Narrative Report to learn about more opportunities to partner.

SPONSOR A PROJECT

Funds must be raised from our global partners around the world.  We welcome your support for the projects being highlighted here. They are among the many projects underway in the five countries: Malawi, Zimbabwe, Uganda, Tanzania and part of Mozambique. Church and school facilities require repair, improvement, and upgrades.  Further, providing access to clean water by digging “boreholes,” a local term used to refer to wells, is an essential humanitarian ministry. Additionally, children, teachers, and administrators need educational supplies; and clergy  transportation is needed.

 

WE NEED YOUR HELP

The weather tends to go from one extreme to the other. There are months of drought and months of flooding. During recent months floods occurred in Malawi and Zimbabwe. Many persons loss their homes and possessions. Many are still recovering and need help.