Hearing God’s Voice Seminar – 28 July

Pastors Stephen and Elise Botha are excited to teach you how to hear God’s voice!  

“Come and allow the Holy Spirit to remove all the blockages so you can hear God’s voice crystal clear. Allow God to unlock this spiritual gift in your life. We are ready and excited to hear His voice and to teach others how to do the same. Are you ready? Make the time. God wants to speak to you.”  – Stephen and Elise

There will be teachings and practical sessions. 

28 July, 9:00-17:00

Word of Faith Christian Centre: Hall 4(all welcome)

Cost: R150, Lunch and manual included. 

Bookings Now Open

Call Michelle Vosloo on 0848008655 to secure your place.

Griefshare – 24 July – 16 Oct

Grief is an overwhelming experience for everyone. Have you lost a loved one or suffered another great loss? If you are looking for support in a safe environment, GriefShare is where you will find healing and encouragement through your process of grief. GriefShare starts Tuesday 24 July at 7pm.

Child Dedication – 1st July at 9am

The next child dedication takes place on the 1st of July at 9am. To register your child for this special occasion speak to our friendly volunteers at the info desk in the foyer after our services or call the church office during the week on 041 399 4400.

Romantic Weekend for Married Couples 6-8 July

Family LIFE presents a weekend with informal, light hearted lectures set in breathtaking surrounding with magnificent scenery and Five Star luxury accommodation. You will love and laugh your way through this romantic weekend.

Date: 6‐8 July 

Venue: Kuzuko Lodge

Cost: Price: R4700 per couple (Early Bird Special)

To book contact the church office on 041 399 4400 or 067 003 5623 or info@wordoffaith.org.za

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Contact Details

Tel: 041 399 4400
Email: info@wordoffaith.org.za
Cnr Lily Str. & William Moffett
Expressway, Mangold Park, PE.

Sunday Service Times

9AM – Family Service
5PM – The Way Service
7PM – God Chasers Service