Saturday 23 May 2015
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It's later than we think. We don't come to church to occupy a pew; we do not come to church to hear a good sermon, or come to church to hear good music. They all got their place, but what we better come to church to do is check up with God and our souls salvation, for the day of redemption is near... The church better be examining theirself by the Word of God, our purity, our loyalty, our devotion.


SECOND COMING OF THE LORD ( 57-0417 )

 
 
 
 
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q sunday :9:30am
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No. 2 Carrisbrooke Ave,
Eastlea,
Harare,
Zimbabwe.
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  :: The End Time Message Ministry ::  
     
 
. We are a non-denominational Christian fellowship that believes in the Message of the Hour brought by the twentieth century prophet, Brother William Marrion Branham.

Based in Eastlea area of Harare, Zimbabwes capital city our ministry reaches out with outreach centres in other parts of the country. We have a lively congregation of more than 1500 believers which is increasing by God's grace. The shepherd of the flock is Pastor H B Chesa.

 
   
  :: Brief History of Eastlea Tabernacle ::  
     
 
. Eastlea Church has grown from humble beginnings in the early 80's. This ministry has been on the missionary fields and setting ablaze other areas in Zimbabwe. In the rural areas ministries have sprung up because of this initiative. The years have seen us move from place to place in search of a better place of worship while we were growing in grace through different experiences.
  • Chitsere school in the early 80's
  • Arcadia hall mid to late 80's
  • Arcadia Church of Christ mid to late 80's
  • Eastlea Dutch church 90's
  • Old Railton Club mid 90's
  • New Raylton Club late 90's to mid 2008
  • Eastlea Tabernacle
 
       
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