The Council of Swaziland Churches is a fellowship of churches that confess Christ as Lord and Savior according to the scriptures. These churches seek to fulfil together their common calling to the glory of God; The Father; The Son and The Holy Spirit. Established in 1976, The Council of Swaziland Churches (CSC) is a Christian organization with thirteen member churches. The mission of the Council is to build capacity amongst the churches to allow them to be advocates of justice and peace. The mission of the Council is achieved through the work of its department - the Justice Peace and Reconciliation Department (JPR) - with Legal and Human Rights Education and Training, Democracy and Good Governance, Constitutionalism, Conflict Transformation and Economic Justice Literacy.
“I have come that they may have life and have it to the full.” (John 10:10)
To enable member churches to develop themselves, their communities and the nation spiritually and physically in a just and sustainable way.
To further the unity of God’s churches as a body of Christ by developing strategies that will enable us as Christians to be advocates of Justice and Peace in all circumstances and dealings.
The Council of Swaziland Churches is fully committed to Christian principles and values derived from biblical scripture, which guide all CSC interactions and relationships with others and all CSC programmes