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The Zion Christian Church ( ZCC) is one of the largest African initiated churches in southern Africa, with members belonging to the main ZCC star and members belonging to the splinter group Saint Engenas ZCC. The church’s headquarters are at Zion City Moria in Limpopo Province, South Africa (Northern Transvaal). The main church is led by Bishop BE Ramarumo Lekgenyane and the splinter group is led by Joseph Lekganyane. But this article refers to the main church with the star sign.
The ZCC was formed in 1910 by Engenas Lekganyane but he formally named it as such in 1924 after a long journey of trying to find a spiritual home. After receiving a short education at an Anglican mission, Lekganyane was converted to Zionism around 1913 in Boksburg. He joined the Zion Apostolic Church and eventually became a preacher of a congregation in his hometown during late WWI.After falling out with the ZAC leadership, Lekganyane went to Basutoland to join Edward Lion’s Zion Apostolic Faith Mission in 1920. After some time he returned to the Transvaal as the regional leader for Lion.
Lekganyane ZCC members trace the founding of the church to a revelation which Lekganyane is said to have received from God on the top of Mt Thabakgone around 1910. The church was initially based in Lekganyane’s home village of Thabakgone, near Polokwane (Pietersburg) in South Africa’s Limpopo (Northern Transvaal) Province. After clashes with his chief, Lekganyane was determined to obtain land, and between 1938 and 1942 he eventually obtained title to Maclean Farm near Thabakgone. The ZCC was officially registered as a church in 1942 after the government’s reluctance to recognise one of the continent’s largest and influential church. The early church was strongly influenced by the doctrines of the Christian Catholic Church of John Alexander Dowie, based in Zion, Illinois in the United States of America, and by the teachings of the Pentecostal missionary John G. Lake, who began work in Johannesburg in 1908.
The ZCC changed fairly dramatically following his son Edward Lekganyane’s assumption of control of the church in 1948. Edward was a highly educated, flamboyant figure who eventually obtained a degree at an Afrikaans divinity school. In contrast to his father, Edward relied less on faith healing and oral testimony in services, and moved towards a more biblically based doctrine. Under his leadership the all-male Mokhukhu organization developed. This group initially formed as a church choir. Wearing military-style khakis, police-style hats, and the Star badge, the Mokhukhu in each congregation engaged in dancing, singing, and praying three times a week according to a preset schedule. An additional feature of Edward’s control of the ZCC was the rapid growth of Zion City Moria as a pilgrimage site. Using the Boyne Farm that his father had purchased in the 1940s, Edward instituted annual pilgrimages that have gone on to become massive southern African-wide events. Each year during Easter Holidays Church members bus en masse to Moria, Polokwane (Pietersburg) (between 4 and 5 million members) to meet the Bishop and to pray for blessings.
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Megan and Grace Phelps-Roper have had an emotional journey since 2012, when they left the hate-filled Westboro Baptist "Church" founded by their grandfather, Fred Phelps.
The catalyst for their flight? David Abitol, the founder of Jewlicious.com, who engaged with Megan over Twitter in a dialogue that helped crystallize one of her first intellectual objections with the WBC platform, reports the Jewish Journal.
Now the girls have become involved in Judaism, speaking at festivals like Jewlicious and Le Mood, and even attending Shabbat services.
Grace now regularly attends Friday night Shabbat services at Temple Beth Sholom, a Reform synagogue in Topeka, Kan., where she still catches glimpses of her family as they picket the exterior. She told the Jewish Journal, "I really like the singing." With regards to her family, she added "I don't know if they know I go."
The sisters are opening themselves up to the diverse religious points of view that the narrow-minded WBC stamps out. “We wanted to connect with people and talk and learn about other people’s views on God and life,” Megan told Beacon Reader's Jeff Chu in an interview.
Cut off entirely from their family, who is still closely involved with the group's primary activities of picketing funerals and concerts, the girls have struggled to find a new sense of community. They both deeply miss their parents and siblings.
Megan told the Jewish Journal, "There’s just something about the Jewish community that is so focused on ‘doing.'"
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