Alive Teens – Fri @ 7pm & Sun @ 8:30am & 10:30am
Alive is focused on teenagers aged 13 – 18. We meet on a Sunday during the main services and Friday night from 7pm to 9pm, where we have fun, food and fellowship! Always Living In View of Eternity, we want to equip teenagers with the necessary know how to deal with teenage life challenges.
For more information email or call 011 706 7565.


Habits – Small disciplines. Big results. 
Change isn’t easy, but it isn’t impossible, either. Your future self is a result of the decisions you make each day. In this four-part series, we’ll see how a few small habits can change how you see yourself today and can transform you into the person you want to be tomorrow.
The Bible Project
A beautiful story of God’s creation, humanities tragic choices, and the beginning of God’s plan to save humans. In Genesis, we see God create a good and perfect world. Included in His creation was mankind, which was to act as God’s representatives on earth. Mankind, however, had other ideas and chose to define what was good and evil for themselves. After this decision, things get bad for mankind – so bad that God has to eventually destroy them all with the flood and start over.
This represents the beginning of God’s mission to rescue and restore His world. To begin this mission, God raises up Abraham and promises him that through his descendants all of the nations of the world would come to know God’s blessing. It turns out, though, that Abraham and his descendants were a pretty dysfunctional family. However, in spite of their mishaps, God still continues to use them for His plan. This brings us to the second book, Exodus. Here, the Israelites are enslaved to the Egyptians, and the first half of the book focuses on how God raises up Moses to deliver His people from the Egyptians. God saves His people from the Egyptians, but now they are a nation without a home, wandering in the desert and unsure why God saved them in the first place.
From this point forward, we see God begin to try and restore His presence among His People. He comes down on Mount Sinai, gives Moses the Ten Commandments, and gives instructions on how the Israelites should build a temple – a place where God will be able to live among them.