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Historically, the Uniting Reformed Church in Southern Africa (URCSA) was formed by the unification of the Dutch Reformed Church in Africa (DRCA) and the Dutch Reformed Mission Church (DRMC) in April 1994.The URCSA Tshwane congregation is a member of the bigger URCSA family. It belongs to the Tshwane Presbytery (made up of 7 congregations), Northern Regional Synod (made up of 19 Presbyteries and 134 congregations) and the General Synod (made up of 7 regional synods, 683 congregations and approximately half a million members).

 

The URCSA Tshwane was established in 1946when it was still called“die

NederduitseGerformeerde (N.G) Kerk Tshwane or Dutch Reformed Church Tshwane”. The church is more than 65 years old, making it one of Tshwane Metro’s heritage sites. Reverend Molawa has been the leader of the church since 1987 and he undoubtedly played a significant role in transforming it to what it is today.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Structurally the denomination consist of congregations (comunity of believers) with church councils being the legal persons, presbyteries (groupings of congregations that meets once a year), regional synods (groupings of congregations within previously determined regional boundaries and meeting at least once every three years) and a general synod (national meeeting of the church, meeting every four years). The denomination consist of 483 793 confessing members and 683 congregations. URCSA Synods include: cape town, free state & lesotho

kwazulu-natal, namibia, northerh, phororo, southern.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

   

 

 

Tshwane URCSA is a member of the URCSA-Northern Synod

 

 Telephone: : +27 12 373 8615

 E-mail: : info@urcsa-tshwane.org.za
 Address:
: 19 Matseke St, Attridgeville, PTA  

 

 

    

        

 

 

   
   
   

 

 

 
Tshwane URCSA is a member of the URCSA-Northern Synod. The Uniting Reformed Church in Southern Africa was formed by the unification of DRCA and the DRMC in April 1994. The run up tomthis union finds its origins in the decisions of 1978 where the reunification of the DRC family was then stated as the ideal.

 

 

                  
 

 

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