Today we worked on a building project at the site of the Mbidi congregation. Ed Peters assisted with laying bricks while the rest of our group carried bricks to the building site. We worked along side our companions. Some of the women were also carrying children on their backs in addition to transporting bricks. This building will either be used for a Deanery or Diocese Headquarters. There are also photos of the Mbidi congregation's church, which is where we ate lunch. The meal consisted of nsima, rice, goat meat, and cooked greens. I've been waiting to have goat because it's delicious. You can see from the photos that this church has running water. The Abusa informed us that they had to put that area inside of the church because people were stealing the cups. If I'm not mistaken, this church also operates a feeding station. Upon our return to the motel after taking showers, several of us went for a walk into Zomba to purchase some shampoo and snacks. It was a long walk which was downhill on the way there and uphill all the way back. In total it took us an hour and a half round trip. It was quite a workout.