We’re an active Redeemed Family of Servant’s on Mission. This means we’re constantly meeting together to not only serve and grow each other, but to reach out to others with the love and truth of the Gospel. If you want to be a part of something exciting, fun and possibly life changing, why not look at what’s coming up below.
When life throws a ball that seems too difficult to catch, it’s good to have a family that helps you catch it. That’s where our Support Ministries can be a real asset. For more information on each of our support ministries, see our Support Ministry Page.
Look below to see which Support Ministry is currently running. Click on any ministry for more information
The bible is full of places which proclaim the importance of family. In the book of Ephesians, Paul encourages the church to stay united and one of the areas of the church he specifically applies this to is family (Ephesians 5). It is important that we keep our families united and we that help those whose families are already broken. Click here for more on our family ministries
Calling all children! If you haven’t heard, there’s something incredible happening on Fridays that you just have to come to! It’s called BLAST (Building Lives Around Solid Truth) and it’s an hour and a half of games, singing, learning from God’s Word and hanging out with some cool leaders.
Fridays @ 16h00-17:30pm Venue: Christ Church Midrand Multipurpose Hall
Please click here to fill in the declaration before attending on Fridays
Want to improve your handling of the Bible so you can better minister to others? Want to grow closer to Christ through a better understanding of his Word? Why not consider doing the Explore correspondence course offered by George Whitefield College (GWC)?
Unlike Explore, Christianity Explored is aimed at those who are questioning life in general. They have questions about purpose, why they are here and want to know if Christianity has the answers. Christianity Explored is a free program specially designed to make people feel comfortable with asking the big questions.