The Universal Church of the Kingdom of God (UCKG) is a contemporary, evangelical, biblically-based church, actively involved in numerous national outreach projects caring for people's spiritual, emotional and physical needs. The Church was established in 1977 by evangelist Pastor Edir Macedo, who saw the need to reach out to the poor and neglected, offering them practical support and spiritual guidance to help uplift and transform their lives.

The UCKG has churches in more than 30 African countries as well as all provinces throughout South Africa.



The doors of the Church are open!

During the adjusted alert level 1, we are  open for counselling and individual, personal prayer.

1.Gatherings (including religious gatherings) are allowed at up to 50% of the capacity of the venue provided that entry to the venue is conditional upon production of a valid vaccination certificate

2.Services will be broadcast online on Sundays at 7am and 10am, Mondays and Wednesdays at 5pm on Facebook (UCKG SA) and YouTube (UCKG SA). 

3.Strict social distancing measures are observed.

4.Everyone entering the church will be registered and screened.

5.Everyone entering the church will have their hands sanitised and temperature taken. 

6.The church has adopted a 'no mask, no entry' policy.


Women in Action

A programme to help women work through the pain of their past which has enslaved their minds and keeps them thinking in "victim mentality" has been launched by Women in Action (WiA), a group of pastors' wives who are committed to helping people transform their lives through information and practical support and guidance.