The 2019 Victoria Falls Conference is set to attract throngs of UAAC members from all over Zimbabwe, Zambia, Botswana and South Africa. The UAAC Faithful will converge in Zimbabwe’s furthest North Western corner for the Conference that was put on hold in previous years owing to the passing of its founder and convener, Bishop Simon Dube.

Councillor Moyo and Mma-Dube will welcome all the attendance for the second last Conference of 2019 in the church’s Calendar.

Mkhosana Township will play host to the conference that has a huge pedigree as one of the biggest gatherings of an apostolic church in the area during the month of November.

The church activities will include the following:

  • Youth Service
  • Presents handover
  • Afternoon Service
  • Evening Service
  • Closing Service, with speeches from local, national and international leadership

As per the norm, there will be representatives from the local and National Government of Zimbabwe.

Church members will also take time off from church activities and visit one of the seven natural wonders of the world, a World Heritage Site commonly known by its Kololo name, “Mosi-oa-Tunya” (Victoria Falls) as well as other attractions such as the 110 meter slide across the dreadful Zambezi gorge, bungee jumping and boat cruise.

South Africans traveling from Gauteng Province should contact Mr Ndivhuwo Ramutsheli (+27 72 017 1501) or Miss Gladys Jombhe (+27 71 871 7342) whilst those from Limpopo Province should contact Mr Jonathan Nemutshenzheni (+27 76 785 8001) or Inspector Maudu (+27 82 752 0999) for transport arrangements.

Members are also welcome to contact the UAAC on or visit our official Facebook Page – “oficial united African Apostolic Church” or “United African Apostolic Church Zim” for further information and updates on conference preparations.

For further inquiries or clarity seeking regarding the activities, venue and details of the conference, please feel free contact Councillor Philani Moyo on +263 77 281 4545.

Peace be unto all.

United we Stand, divided we Fall.