The Anywaa at Calvary
2:00 p.m.- 4:00 p.m. in the youth room (210) at Calvary.
The Anywaa People's
Grace and Unity in Christ Ministry
We, the Anywaa people, immigrated to United States of America (USA) from Ethiopia and South Sudan. The Anywaa people speak Dhaa-anywaa as their dialect language. Anywaa people believe in the Creator and Redeemer God. Since they moved to Minnesota in early 1990s, Anywaa people have been worshiping and serving God in many varies places in Minnesota. This year in January 2018, we have also conducted another worshiping group in Rochester, Minnesota, hosted by Calvary Evangelical Free Church. Anywaa people were believers in Christ prior to their coming to America, converted to Christianity through the missionaries who have gone to Africa in the early 1950s right at the end of WWII. Grace and Unity in Christ Ministry is envisioning to reaching out where there are other Anywaa people and planting more churches to bring many souls to Christ beginning from Rochester MN unto worldwide.
Grace and Unity in Christ Ministry is trusting and investing in its members by educating and training them in both the words of God and the works of holy spirit. Even though members are different individuals with different spiritual gifts, they are functioning as one body in Christ. “For just as any of us has one body but many parts with different function, so members are a group of individuals with different talents but one body in Christ” (Romans 12:4-5)”.
Anywaa Regular Activities
We conduct weekly, monthly and yearly services of which most are held at members residential homes. Weekly programs are, Friday’s Bible study starting from 6:00pm-7:30pm and preparatory practice for Choirs.
Monthly activities include women fellowship, fasting prayers, and Holy communion. Furthermore, on the yearly basis the ministry activities are: Baptism, spiritual conference, Easter and Christmas respectively.