Members of the committee with the help of the congregation visit and phone those of the family who are not well or are lonely. Ready-made meals have been made or purchased to distribute to those who are unable to cook for themselves. We distribute grocery vouchers to those needing assistance.
We organise varied entertainment functions which we name "Over 60s" but all are welcome. Social soup lunches in winter and pancake mornings are very popular and help with fundraising.
We need you, the congregation, to inform us of people who are in need. Names and details of needs are always kept strictily confidential.
Financially we are blessed by donations from the congregation. We thank God for those who pray and support the committee so that we are able to assist where necessary.
The committee members are:
Doreen van den Berg, Jenny Lones, Etienne Malan, Christine Dimbleby, Clive Biggs, Elizabeth Came, Marvia Rossouw.
Been thinking about becoming a member? See below to have some of your initial questions answers. And of course we're always happy to meet with you to discuss further.'
If you are considering becoming a member here at St Stephens Church we ask that you prayerfully read the Basic Statement of what we believe, since you will need to indicate your agreement to both this, as well the the responsibilities it will involve by completing and signing the membership declaration.
Membership brings with it responsibilities and obligations. Listed below are some of the Bible’s main expectations of you.
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