The Swaziland Conference of Churches is the national umbrella organization for evangelicals in Swaziland. It was established in 1929 as Swaziland Missionary Conference which was constituted with twenty missionaries and six Swazi ministers as the founding members in a loosely connected body. Initially, membership of this conference was on an individual basis.
The department is commonly known as the Christian Media Centre. It focuses mainly on producing Christian programmes that are aired through the National Radio, SBIS on a weekly basis.
Akwandze is an initiative by the Swaziland Conference of Churches to empower individual Christians through money making ventures that members can embark on co-operatively.
This is a funeral insurance policy offered by Swaziland Conference of Churches, underwitten by Liberty Life, to individuals throughout Swaziland.