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In their paper "Women Oppressing Women: An Examination of the Cultivation of Esprit de Corps in Xirilo (Women's Association) of the UCCSA
in Mozambique," Salvador Macule and Sarojini Nadar show that women's church groups are a space where esprit de corps is cultivated, as a space created and maintained by women.
Hall and her husband, Jan, served as missionary volunteers through the United Church of Christ and its Massachusetts Conference, serving with the sister denomination in South Africa, where their efforts facilitated direct relationships between numerous individual local church congregations of the UCCSA
in South Africa and the UCC in Massachusetts.
The PCSA and the UCCSA
share many united congregations and came close to union in the early 1980s.