Come start the new term with prayer and with meditation on Christ’s work as we celebrate communion together. Prayer will combine structure with freedom as we pray for our world, our country, our church and ourselves. All are welcome.
Join us this Friday the 21st of April at The Food Lover’s Market Cafe in the Eikestad Mall at 7am for a talk and discussion. Please use the pedestrian entrance on Andringa Street. Euthanasia Dr Allan Donkin Euthanasia is growing in popularity … Continued
In June we will be doing a series of 6 talks that tackle tough questions in South Africa today and give us a biblical framework for engagement. You choose the topics you would most like addressed! Take our online survey … Continued
Join us this Friday the 10th of March at The Food Lover’s Market Cafe in the Eikestad Mall at 7am for a talk and discussion.Please use the pedestrian entrance on Andringa Street. Exploring the Nature of Knowledge Renier Coetzee After posing some … Continued
Join us on Sunday 5th March 3-5pm to think through biblically and practically how we can improve communication in our marriages.
Some Christians seem ‘so heavenly minded they are no earthly use’. Others live as practical materialists, as if the here and now is all there is. Is there a way to live that properly reflects the gospel tension between immanence … Continued
Share Jesus’ love with a child this Christmas by making up a gift box that will be given to children in need in Jesus’ name. We’re aiming for 100 boxes and every box counts! Please have boxes ready at the … Continued
Join us on 21 October for our annual church family dinner! It’s a great way to spend time together as God’s family and reflect on his faithfulness to us over the last year. It’s also a great time to see … Continued
Bishop Glenn Lyons’ Charge – 2016
Inviting all men to join us this Saturday 27 August 8-9am for a home-made, fresh off the “skottel” breakfast and thought-provoking session on Discipleship in Action. This will be followed by a Work Party from 9.15 – 11.15 in Kayamandi. … Continued