Lusaka Baptist Church is a Reformed Baptist Church founded in 1960. We are located on Lubu Road, in Lusaka, the capital city of Zambia, Southern Africa and we celebrated our 50th anniversary in July 2010.
LBC is a reformed fellowship emphasizing the worship of the Triune God through prayer and the consistent, in-depth proclamation of His truth from the Holy Scriptures (holding to the 1689 London Baptist Confession).
The church itself includes members from all walks of life, and diverse ethnic and national origins. It’s difficult to summarize the culture and essence of a church, but you can learn more about us by reading through what we believe, our history, and our ministries.
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The idea of Lusaka Baptist Church (LBC) was born when Charles Kidwell, his wife Nora and their daughter, Eleanor, arrived in Lusaka, Northern Rhodesia, from Port Elizabeth in South Africa, in 1955, following Charles’ decision to take up an accounting position with the Motor firm, Duly & Company Ltd, the then Ford Dealers in Zambia.
What We Believe
As Lusaka Baptist Church we believe:
In the Scriptures of the Old and New Testaments in their original autographs as fully inspired of God and inerrant and accept them as the supreme and final authority for faith and life.
In one God eternally existing in three persons, Father, Son, and Holy Spirit.
Pastor Ronald Kalifungwa is the full-time pastor and part of the eldership at Lusaka Baptist Church. Ronald was brought up a Roman Catholic and believed for a long time that he was a Christian, until in 1981 he was convicted of his sinful state under the preaching of God’s word at Lusaka Baptist Church, and was born again.