Entries by Mozambique

Meet Our New Team Member!

One of the projects we have spent a lot of time at here has been Wagna’s school and church called ‘Nova Espiranca’ which means New Hope in Portuguese. Wagna runs the school and the pepe, Jean is the pastor of their church and their daughter Sara is still studying at an English school here. Their […]

The Guests Cook Lunch? Well, Some of Them..

Our first invition to a Mozambican families house for lunch wasn’t quite what we had expected. We will get onto this soon, but first let us introduce you to our church! We started going to Macuti Baptist Church, a 10 minute walk from our house, in November with our friend Jane (another BMS worker). Immediately […]

It’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas!

This past month has flown by and we can’t believe it’s christmas time already! We’ve had such a fun month leading up this time, and celebrating christmas differently. For the past month we have been helping Wagna prepare a christmas show from Tuesday to Friday afternoons. Ellie taught the dance group the choreography to a […]

Little Rhiannon – She does not go…

What do you do when you have two team mates on a plane to South Africa and another team member stuck in Mozambique with no clue if they’ll be able to join them? You pray, a lot, alongside many frantic phone calls home and emails, of course. Let us explain… There we are at Beira […]

We’re in Africa?!

How do we even begin to describe our first week in Mozambique? For anyone who doesn’t know – we’re officially in Africa! We arrived safetly last friday without any real problems which was an answered prayer. This week has been a whirlwhind of excitement, first time experiences, living with the Vilela’s and lots of introductions. […]

“It’s For The Blog!”

“I love you, Lord, my strength. The Lord is my rock, my fortress and my deliverer; my God is my rock, in whom I take refuge, my shield and the horn of my salvation, my stronghold. “Psalm 18 v 1-2. Training has now officially came to an end whilst we all leave with heavy hearts […]

Meet the Mozambique Team!

The Mozambique Action Team have officially survived their first 2 weeks of training – including an intense 4 days in the Welsh countryside filled with everything from hiking up the hills surrounding the Cadair Mountain Range to touching bare feet whilst blind-folded (don’t ask). Whilst our time here so far has flown by, it has […]