History of ZEMA
Zion Evangelical Ministries of Africa (ZEMA) was first known as the Mahon Mission. ZEMA has a close relationship with the Christian Catholic Church of Zion, IL, USA, that was founded by John Alexander Dowie in 1896.
ZEMA is a mission agency that ministers among the amaZioni of southern Africa. The mission was established by Edgar Mahon after he met with Daniel Bryant who visited South Africa on behalf of the Christian Catholic Church in Zion in South Africa. John Alexander Dowie had commissioned Bryant to oversee the ministry of this church in South Africa and Bryant commissioned Mahon to oversee the ministry among the amaZioni in his area. This led to the formation of the Mahon Mission today known as Zion Evangelical Ministries of Africa.
Statement of Faith
Zion Evangelical Ministries of Africa clearly identifies itself with the historic, fundamental teachings of the Bible.
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