Guta raJehovah or Guta ra Jehovah (English: City of Jehovah) is a church in Zvimba, Zimbabwe, approximately 160 kilometres (100 mi) from the capital Harare. It is also known as the City of God. The Church was founded by Mai Chaza in 1954. "Matenga" originally attended the Methodist church and then began GRJ as a healing center, an independent body from the Methodist Church.
Lameck Sibanda, writing in the "ZimDaily" feature of the Zimbabwe Telegraph, called Guta raJehovah a "sect".
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