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What English-language religious services are available locally?
Zambia is predominately Christian, so there are innumerable churches around town. Some Americans frequent South City Church in Roma (nondemoninational protestant), Abundant Life Church in Kabulonga (same), St. Columba's in Long Acres (UCZ, similar to PCA), St. Ignatius (Catholic), or the Cathedral of the Holy Cross (Anglican). Zambian churches tend to hold very long services, but some Americans - including missionaries - attend these, as well. There are very small Lutheran, Methodist, Baptist, and other denominations, but I'm not aware of Mission folks attending them.
There are a handful of Hindu temples and an increasing number of mosques around town, as well. The Baha'i community is rather large. There is an LDS community here, but no temple. The local Jewish community is miniscule; a rabbi travels up from SA for high holy days. - Jan 4, 2017
Zambia is English-speaking, so there are plenty of religious services and churches around. It is heavily Roman Catholic, but I've also seen Apostolic, Jehovah's Witness, and Muslim places to worship. - Jun 8, 2016
Several Christian denominations and community churches, but there are not many options for more progressive Christians. - May 17, 2016
Tons - Pentecostal, Baptist, Catholic, Ba'hai(sp?), even Buddhist. - Aug 22, 2014
Christian, Catholic. - Jan 29, 2014
Yes, available and seemingly of every denomination - Apr 25, 2013
Yes - all. - Jul 9, 2010
Yes. - Mar 19, 2009
Yes, there are a number of churches. - Mar 7, 2009
All available - Oct 5, 2008
Yep. - Aug 23, 2008
Yes. - May 18, 2008