Winners Chapel in 40th Anniversary


By Blessings Mpinganjira:

Winners Chapel International Church will from May 2, 2021 to May 9, 2021 celebrate its 40 years anniversary of preaching the good news of Jesus Christ and celebrating God’s faithfulness globally.

Lilongwe Winners Chapel Assistant Resident Pastor, David Mwalwanda said all is set for the celebrations that will attract all Winners Chapel members globally.


“As a church we are celebrating 40 years of preaching Jesus Christ, liberating the world from the works of the devil and impacting lives with the word of God and through social responsibilities over our 40 years of existence,” Mwalwanda said.

He added that locally the celebrations will take place in all its three main churches in Blantyre Lilongwe and Mzuzu as a way of reaching out to everyone with the good news of Jesus Christ as well as reaching out to the needy.

“People should expect God to meet them at the point of their need, we will have healing sessions, prayer sessions deliverance and thanksgiving service in all our churches in Malawi through live transmission from Nigeria”, he explained.


Winners Chapel Ministries was born in 1981 by its founder Bishop David Oyedepo who is also a celebrated author at Irrorin in Nigeria.

The church has planted over 500 churches across Africa and it has more than 10 million globally, with its headquarters in Nigeria.

In Malawi the church has more than 700 members and it has planted 48 branches across the country with its headquarters in Lilongwe.

Apart from preaching the word of God the Church has contributed in the education sector globally in primary, secondary and tertiary levels.

Bishop David Oyedepo was born on 27 September 1969 and he started preaching the word of God at the age of 14, and 40 years later Oyedepo is known worldwide with his faith based teachings and having one of the largest churches in the world.

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