Vincent Fenga (2013 BSSRPL)
Vincent Farirai Fenga was born and bred in Harare, and he is an Anglican Priest in the diocese of Harare (C.P.C.A). The Reverend father is current vicar of St Mary’s parish Highlands. He is also an Archdeacon of Chitungwiza Archdeaconry looking after ten parishes and supervising ten clergymen. The venerable father is also the Chaplin of Wisma group in the Diocese of Harare, which is a women’s group (widows and single mothers). The venerable graduated at University of Zimbabwe with a Bachelor of Arts Honors and Masters degree in Religious Studies. He is currently doing his PhD with the University of Pretoria and he is in the preparatory stage majoring in Homiletics. His area of study is Prophetic preaching in the socioeconomic political crises of Zimbabwe. He is also a lecturer at Bishop Gaul College, teaching Homiletics. His other area of Interest is peace building and conflict management.
Tapiwa Huggins Gusha (2013 BSSRPL)
Tapiwa Huggins Gusha was born thirty-one years ago. Engaged to Jean and hoping to marry soon. Tapiwa is a priest in the Anglican Church and also a lecturer in the Department of Religious Studies in the Area of Biblical Studies (Old and New Testament) at the University of Zimbabwe.
Ishanesu Sextus Gusha (2012 ISSRPL)
I was born on 20 January 1975 being the first born in a family of six. Educated at Dlodlo Primary School, Emthonjeni Primary School, Chiedza Primary School, Manunure High School, and St Patricks High School. Then I obtained my Diploma in Religious Studies, BA Honours in Religious Studies, and Masters in Religious Studies from University in Zimbabwe. I was ordained deacon in 2002 and then priest in 2003 in the Anglican Church. At the moment I am vicar at St Aidans Parish Diocese of Harare (CPCA). The parish has an enrolment of 650 communicants. I am also the Diocesan youth chaplain with an enrolment of around 4000 youths. Then I am lecturing at Bishop Gaul College, Wadzanai Training Centre, and United Theological College. I am a New Testament Scholar as well as an upcoming peace building researcher.
Blessing Shambare (2012 EPA)
Canon Blessing Shambare is the Director of Mission in the Anglican Diocese of Harare Zimbabwe. He began his ministry in 2005 as a Deacon at St Pauls Parish in Harare. He served as Curate and Rector at Christchurch Borrowdale in Harare. Currently he is serving as a Rector of Holy Trinity Ruwa 25km North East of Harare. While this is so he is also in charge of Mission a vocation he takes on seriously since 2010 in the Diocese of Harare. He is also in charge of the Healing Ministry as a Chaplain and Coordinator; Healing Ministry in Harare operates as “The Order of St Luke the Physician” an International Healing Ministry Branch.
Blessing Shambare was born in Marondera in a family of three (3) as the last born and only boy. He was then unfortunate that his father died when he was only five years. Thereafter he had to move to his mother’s rural area of Rusape some 175 East of Harare, where he grew up from. Blessing appreciates the efforts of his mother in sending him to school and the efforts of his maternal grandparents in instilling the Christian principles in him. Through the efforts of his mother, Blessing is a holder of a Master in Applied Theology and Mission with the University of Birmingham UK and BA in Religious Studies with the University of Zimbabwe and Diploma in Pastoral Studies with Bishop Gaul Anglican National Theological Seminary Zimbabwe. Blessing Shambare is married to Florence a beautiful and humbled woman of virtue. They are blessed with 2 children; Mukundi a boy of 4 years and Mitsidzo a girl of 1year. Their Shona names are translated literary to mean victor/victorious/conqueror and promises respectively. Blessing is passionate for issues of contextual theology, mission and practical theology. For this reason he is a lecturer of Theology and Missiology at the Anglican Theological Seminary.
Paul Gwese (2011 ISSRPL)
Father Paul Gwese is an Anglican priest in Zimbabwe who is currently a vicar in a Parish of more than 800 parishioners. Besides being a theologian, the Reverend Father Paul is also a Holder of a Masters in Conflict Resolution from the University of Bradford in the United Kingdom. He is a Chevening scholar as well as an Interaction Fellow which is run by the British Council. Father Paul is currently coordinating the social justice and development programs for the Anglican Diocese of Harare (C.P.C.A).His main areas of ministry have been within the realm of human rights and peace building especially amongst the grassroots in Zimbabwe which is currently experiencing serious political and socio economic turmoil despite the formation of an inclusive government .He works as a part time consultant for other civic organizations in Zimbabwe.