Child Dedication is a special occasion where parents express their desire to raise godly children and we express our commitment as a church to empower parents in that calling. The next Child Dedication will be taking place on the 26th of June. Register your child for this special event at the information counter before or after the services, or call our offices to register during the week.
Inviting all the 6 to 13 year olds to join us at the Inside Out Holiday Club! Running from the 28th of June until the 1st of July, we’ll be learning how to deal with our feelings and keep our eyes on God. Join us this holiday at a cost of R20 per day or R70 for the whole week. For more info, contact Desmond or Jodie at the church office.
To see more photos taken on Father’s Day, visit: http://picmepb.wix.com/picme#!word-of-faith-father-day/rxkms
On Saturday the 18th of June, prayer warriors will walk the streets of Central and gather in marked areas throughout the suburb to pray during the Gateway Street Outreach. Connect with us in prayer and join our prayer warriors as we seek God for a breakthrough in this high crime area.
Your prayer, commitment and presence will help win the victory!
Call our offices on 041 399 4400 to add your name to the list of believers praying for Central or add your name at the information desk in the foyer before and after our services.
Award-winning actor, Zane Meas, is famous for roles such as Neville Meintjies in popular soap opera 7de Laan, Jack van Onselen in local TV programme Isidingo and Hendrick Grootboom in the critically acclaimed feature film, Forgiveness. Having authored Daddy come Home, a book based on his experiences, counselling sessions and research on fatherhood in South Africa, Zane also launched the Fatherhood Foundation of South Africa in 2009. A popular guest speaker and famous actor, Zane brings profound insight on the effects of fatherlessness, to audiences across South Africa.
Growth point is where you will discover how to build your faith, grow spiritually and live as an overcomer. Kicking off on the 19th of June at 5pm, this series of practical lessons will provide you with the knowledge to reach a place of strength, faith and peace in Christ.
Come wearing a mask – half-faced please, as we’d love to see your smile!
Help us support Project Hope and Shepherd’s Field by donating gently worn jackets,
jerseys, blankets and other pieces of clothing that will help those in need during the
winter. We’d appreciate clothing for all genders and any age, though we kindly
request that these be clean and folded.