FairviewRBC Church Building


The Sunday School Ministry undertake annually the Holiday Bible Week. This takes place in July when schools are closed. The idea is to maximize time to reach out to children. This year, instead of the activity taking a week, it was held on 8th August only.


It was a rare gathering, an inaugural meeting for that matter. The growing concern about the erosion of Biblical understanding of the role of men and the need to equip men so that they take their God given place in Church, family and society gave birth to the Copperbelt Men’s Rally. The theme was Manly Dominion subdivided under headship in a home, role of men in church and civic responsibility of men. The speakers were Pastor Emmanuel Sakala, Pastor Kabwe Kabwe and Pastor Choolwe Mwetwa respectively.

The rally , which attracted 92 participants, was held on 21 September 2013 at Fairview Reformed Baptist Church in Mufulira. Apart from the presentations by the three preachers, there was a plenary session that gave participants an opportunity to ask the presenters questions.


Congratulations to Mr and Mrs Banda on their wedding day. The wedding ceremony was held at FRBC on 21 September 2013.


All smiles!! The Ngandwe family’s first born daughter Mubanga graduated from Catholic University with a bachelor’s degree in development studies on 27 September 2013. We thank God for the successful completion of her studies. We pray that she might be able to find a job soon.


The 2014 FRBC calendar has been distributed almost to every family at FRBC. The number of activities lined up cannot be accomplished without prayer and material support. There is need for us to pray fervently, get involved and give to the glory of God so that His work prospers. It will be good to see the year unfold with much fruit as we look to God to fulfil that to which he has called us.

In the twinkling of an eye, we shall soon find that we are in the harvest month of the New Year, if the Lord’s return tarries. And then the year will be rolling out towards its exit. It will be fulfilling, heart-warming and God glorifying to look back and see much fruit. We pray that the ministries that struggled in 2013 , such as men’s fellowship, young people’s fellowship and the publishing ministry, will be revived in 2014.

Although 2013, had great challenges in as far sickness among some of our beloved, we are grateful to the Lord for the remarkable improved we have seen in our deacon Mr Jango and our sister Grace Wuranda. We thank God for His mercies in sustaining our mother and sister Mrs Mwenya.



09:00 – Bible Classes; Sunday School & Bible Study

10:00 – Morning Worship Service

16:00 – Evening Service


17:00 – Prayer Meeting


17:00 – Bible Study (“Understanding the Book of Proverbs”)


06:00 – Men’s Fellowship Meeting (Only the first Saturday of the month)

14:00 – Junior & Senior Youth Fellowship Meetings

14:00 – Ladies Fellowship Meetings


Emmanuel Sakala (Cell: +260 955 902677 & Cell: +260 964 676597)

Mufulo Ng’andwe (Cell: +260 966 789084 & Cell: +260 955 789084)


Justine Jango (Cell: 260 977 155703)

Nickson Zulu (Cell: 260 966 911577)

Mabvuto Kampeni (Cell: 260 966 652432)

Moses Ngwira (Cell: 260 969 522 997)

Kelvin Sovi (Cell: +260961022032)


“The fear of the LORD is the beginning of wisdom: and the knowledge of the holy is under-standing” (Prov.9:10)


“You made both summer and winter’’- Psa_74:17

My soul begin this wintry month with your God. The cold snows and the piercing winds all remind you that he keeps his covenant with day and night, and tend to assure you that he will also keep that glorious covenant which he has made with you in the person of Christ Jesus. He who is true to his Word in the revolutions of the seasons of this poor sin-polluted world, will not prove unfaithful in his dealings with his own well-beloved Son.

Winter in the soul is by no means a comfortable season, and if it be upon you just now it will be very painful to you: but there is this comfort, namely, that the Lord makes it. He sends the sharp blasts of adversity to nip the buds of expectation: he scatters the hoarfrost like ashes over the once verdant meadows of our joy: he casts forth his ice like morsels freezing the streams of our delight. He does it all, he is the great Winter King, and rules in the realms of frost, and therefore you cannot murmur. Losses, crosses, heaviness, sickness, poverty, and a thousand other ills, are of the Lord’s sending, and come to us with wise design. Frosts kill noxious insects, and put a bound to raging diseases; they break up the clods, and sweeten the soul. O that such good results would always follow our winters of affliction!

How we prize the fire just now! How pleasant is its cheerful glow! Let us in the same manner prize our Lord, who is the constant source of warmth and comfort in every time of trouble. Let us draw nigh to him, and in him find joy and peace in believing. Let us wrap ourselves in the warm garments of his promises, and go forth to labours which befit the season, for it were ill to be as the sluggard who will not plough by reason of the cold; for he shall beg in summer and have nothing.