We are a small group of committed Christians that are passionate about serving Jesus and would love to have you attend one of our services. Located in Cape Town’s Northern suburbs, our multi-cultural congregation offers Christ-centred messages, fellowship, prayer and praise and worship every Sunday at 11 am. On the 2nd and 4th Sunday of each month, we offer children’s church for kids between the ages of 5 and 12. We also have several small groups that meet during the week on a regular basis.
Our congregation, which is situated in the northern suburbs of Cape Town, has a current membership of 52 people with an average attendance of about 30. Our members are dispersed over various suburbs and even outlying towns. We are a culturally diverse, but close knit congregation.
We preach Christ and unashamedly so, with a strong emphasis on not only preaching a balanced theology but also caring for our members and community at large where we strive to live the principles that Jesus taught.
We pray and trust that God will use us in whatever way He sees fit and bless us with growth in numbers in the near future. We are committed to live and share the gospel. Any email enquiries can be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Services are held on Sundays at 11:00 in the side hall of the Uitsig Dutch Reformed Church, 17 Mountain View Drive, Ridgeworth in Bellville. All are welcome to attend, and we are known for our fellowshipping before and especially after services when we enjoy beverages, some light snacks and good conversation.
A distinctive feature of our services is corporate prayer when, as part of the service, we form small prayer groups and pray for each other, the work and for pressing problems in our society, country or the world.
Our Sunday school class is called The Little Lights Club (for children aged 5 to 12) and is held every second Sunday. In between the pastors also give messages or sermonettes for the children in addition to the main messages. Small groups are held every week and usually comprises of a DVD series by a reputable theologian with discussion afterwards. We are particularly keen to meet new people at our small group meetings.
The congregation has sponsored many outreach projects – from Bibles for African countries, food relief efforts and inner-city projects. The majority of our congregation are senior citizens, and on a frequent basis we recognise them and have special services for them. Other than our regular fellowship at services, we also have church socials at least twice per annum.