Mark the Evangelist providing kingdom ministry and sanctuary to the city through active participation of all parishioners. These will be held in the Church Hall. Please communicate with us if you would like to attend.
We will then provide further details of the weekend away and of other date or venue changes should they occur. We meet for an hour starting 18h00 in the CHurch. Would you be able to tell a friend about Jesus? Would you be confident in speaking to others, perhaps a group, about Jesus? Would you like to learn a little more about becoming and helping others become a Disciple of Jesus?
Would you like to learn more about Jesus and what it means to follow his Great Command and Great Commission? If Yes, then, this ten-week course is for you! Starting Wednesday 11th April, 18h00 in Christ Church Cathedral, our Wednesday Evening Teaching Programme resumes and will be exploring with you the answers to these questions. These first ten sessions will help you understand more about Jesus and how to help others grow as Christians. We will not make you evangelise, but we will teach you how should you ever find yourself talking about Jesus to someone.
You will also grow in your knowledge, confidence and abilities as a Christian Disciple. Follow Me — A Study in the Life of Christ Thereafter, we will together undertake a chronological exploration of the life of Christ, walking with him as he lived and taught and interacted with his Disciples and those around him.
It will be taking place between Ascension day and Penticost 10 May These will be announced shortly. The activities planned are as follows: A Prayer Wall will be set up outside the church on which you can write your prayers on pieces of paper, tagging it onto the Prayer Wall.
At the conclusion of the 10 Days we will collect the prayers and commit them to Jesus during the service. Prayer Stations will be set up within the church for people to use as interactive prayer points. The focus being on the Lord's Prayer.
The roster is already on the Notice Board, please fill in your name at an appropriate time slot for you. The Prayer Room will be available throughout this time - and at every other time as well - for you to use for quiet and private meditation.
The 4th Annual Golf day took place on the 20th October Thank you for your support, it was greatly appreciated. Details concerning the Golf Day will be published as soon as possible. Our Archdeaconry Chaplain, Thabang gave a presentation on human trafficking. It was very insightful and emotional. Human trafficking is the 2nd largest crime in the world: It is in fact a form of slavery.
Those being trafficked lose their identity and dignity in the process. They are emotionally and physically abused and introduced to drugs and prostitution.
We were given examples as to how one could be lured into this hideous crime: We discussed ideas for what to do in their parishes to raise awareness of this crime: A lot of people think that this is not a serious offense because it is not happening to them personally or because it is hardly spoken about, but the youth now realise how serious it is. We thank the committee for their commitment so that this ministry can grow from strength to strength. The youth also took time to give back to the community.
Submitted by Sheena Pereira Parish Roll Please fill in a form that are at the back of the church to register yourself and your family so that we can update your particulars on the Parish Roll. Please note that it is very important to do this exercise.
Fill out one form for each member of the family. Please do not hesitate to contact the office should you have any questions or concerns.
Remember too that once you are registered on the system you can edit your own details online. Elaborating on the background of the event, Marishane stated that Anglicans began to visit the gravesite from as early Masemola, a teenager at the time of her death on 2 February , was murdered by her parents for going against their will and preparing to be baptised in the Anglican Church.
She was declared a martyr within ten years of her death. Her mother converted to Christianity in and was baptised.