UNITING PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH IN SOUTHERN AFRICA (UPCSA): the Union (1999) of the Presbyterian Church of Southern Africa and the Reformed Presbyterian Church in Southern Africa The last survey set out the process leading up to the union of the Presbyterian Church of Southern Africa (PCSA), a multi-racial church with work in South Africa, Zimbabwe and Zambia, and the Reformed Presbyterian Church in Southern Africa (RPCSA), a black church which had arisen out of Scottish mission work in South Africa.
What does PCSA stand for?
PCSA stands for Presbyterian Church of Southern Africa
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Mission work continued among the four bodies, pursued by different missionary societies, and as a result the following churches emerged: the Presbyterian Church of Southern Africa (PCSA, a predominately white but multi-racial church); the Reformed Presbyterian Church of South Africa (RPC, an almost entirely black church); the Presbyterian Church of Africa (PCA); and the Evangelical Presbyterian Church (EPC).
Let us close with the words with which the Presbyterian Church of Southern Africa ended its existence and moved forward to its new life in a united church: .