Harare SDA City Church is one of the 71 000 SDA churches strewn all over the world. Our 500 city church members form part of this 18 million populace of Adventists around the world. HCCC has an interesting history. Founded 27 years ago by a small group of young men and women, now our elders.
There was need for a central church at that time. God impressed a small exodus from Highlands Church and that is how it all started. History records that the current NSSA building stands where our church could have been. However, a stand in Highlands was chosen by the then majority white Adventists. From a congregation of less than ten, today we avow thousands of souls having passed through our church doors. The church has been on an exodus rampage ever since. Of the many worship venues leased before, Harare Polytechnic remains timeworn to many. It was at this site that the spirit of God caught on to our mothers. This led to an instantaneous move to the Kopje stand which had been bought by the church some years earlier. Observably, the move would bring about major self-sacrifices.