Established at Capricorn Municipality District in Limpopo Province, and being the largest and fastest-growing of the African independent churches in the 1990s, is the Zion Christian Church. Its members, estimated to number between 2 million and 6 million in no more than 4 000 parishes, live primarily in urban townships and rural communities. The church is well known by the abbreviation, ZCC, pronounced ‘zed-see-see’. The church was established by Engenas Lekganyane, a farm worker in a rural area that later became Zion City, in Limpopo Province. Lekganyane was educated by Scottish Presbyterian missionaries, and the church reflects some elements of that religion. The ZCC took its name from Biblical references to the Mount of Zion in Jerusalem, based in part on the aspiration of a similar community in Zion, Illinois.