About this campus
During a mission trip to Zimbabwe, HPC was introduced to Mozambique through Dave Van Rensburg, a missionary with Children’s Cup International. Mozambique was a nation torn by civil war from 1977-1992. Most of the conflict occurred in the northern regions, so thousands of refugees began to flee to the southern region of Mozambique. It was in this struggle HPC felt called to reach Mozambique.
Several years later, the door opened for Healing Place Church to begin acquiring land in the Nkobe community. After a few years of reaching out to this community, we were able to build a church on the highest point in the area.
The campus chapel is named in honor of Terry Melancon, a Baton Rouge police officer who attended Healing Place Church and was killed in the line of duty in 2005. After his passing, Melancon’s family wanted to honor his memory through this African campus.
Bairro Nkobe, Machava, Matola
- Sunday: 8:30am, 10:30am
- Saturday: Devoted Student service, 6:30pm
- Wednesday: 6:30pm
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