About Malawi Assemblies of God

Learn more about our belief, Church Organisation and activities.

We use missions the driving force of every local church.

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Frequently asked Questions

Malawi Assemblies of God (MAoG) is a church that began operations in Malawi in 1947, making it 75 years old. The church has branches in every region of the country and over 2 million members nationwide. The church’s vision is to make missions the driving force of every local church, and its mission is to propagate the full gospel of Jesus Christ (making Jesus known to everyone everywhere in the power of the Holy Spirit).


Our History

On July 4, 1947, a contingent of four Missionary units of Assemblies of God arrived at Chimbewa Village in Ntcheu. They included one team from Tanganyika (now Tanzania) and another one from South Africa. They joined a host Pentecostal group known as the “Full Gospel Church,” led by Laiton Kalambule. The missionaries included Paul Derr, Ragnar Udds, Morris Williams and Magnus Udds from Tanganyika, while Fredrick Burke, Paul Wright, and Moody Wright came from South Africa.

The Assemblies of God Missionaries discussed with Laiton Kalambule that the “Full Gospel Church should become affiliated with the General Council of the Assemblies of God in United States of America. Kalambule’s group accepted and they formed the Assemblies of God in East Africa.


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Organisational Structure








Our Pastors

Number of Churches

Total Members

Our Leadership

Rev. Dr. Andrew Dube


Rev. Benito Chisamba

Deputy President

REV. Matilda Matabwa

General Secretary

Rev Dr. Jim Botomani Mbewe

Treasurer General

Rev. Medson Jackson

Deputy to the Treasurer General

Rev. Francis Chima

Division of Evangelism and Missions Director.

Rev. Spade Mwale

Deputy Secretary General

Fundamental Truths

We believe the Bible is our all-sufficient rule for faith and practice. This statement of Fundamental Truths is intended as a basis of fellowship among us (i.e. that we all speak the same thing, 1 Cor. 1:10; Acts 2:42). The phraseology employed in this statement is not inspired or contended for, but the truth set forth is held to be essential to a Full Gospel ministry. No claim is made that it contains all Biblical truths, only that it covers our need as to these fundamental doctrines.

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Our Church Consitution

Here is our Consitution which binds our belief to existance as an aouthority ordained by God for the Great Commission.

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