The Way of Jesus

Our Vision as a Church is “To Know Jesus and Make Jesus Known”. As we go through this series in the Gospel of Luke, we will answer the question: “Who is Jesus?” Which means this series will help those exploring Christianity, or interested in following Jesus, or young in their faith to know who He is, and what it means to follow Him.

Our Church is also on a Mission to Make Disciples. This series will focus on Jesus’ life, teachings and ministry - The Way of Jesus -  and will help and encourage us to know what being a Disciple of Jesus looks like, and how to grow to live out this new Way, as His followers.

Double Take Durban

We live in a beautiful City, filled with many incredible people, cultures and places! But for us, it is also the Context for us where we follow Jesus. And that's a big deal, because: Place matters! Together, we are serious about following Jesus, and 'Being the Church' (not just 'Doing Church') in this City, at this time. So, we want to think about what it means to follow Jesus in Durban today. And, in January 2017 we're going to be asking the God who has put us in Durban, to put Durban into our hearts.

The Book of James

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The Book of James is a letter written by Jesus' younger brother, on living out our faith. James is passionate about True Religion and he doesn’t have any time for Hypocrites. He is passionate to see men and women who are serious about Jesus and about living out his teachings in all of life. His letter to us has been described as the "Proverbs of the New Testament" because it is so practical and down to Earth. We're excited to study this book together and to let its teaching and wisdom shape us as a community.

Our 2 Year Anniversary!

On Sunday 16 August 2015 we celebrated 2 Years of Gods Goodness to us as a Church. We looked back at the highlights of the last 2 years, and looked ahead with excitement to the role God has called us to play in the City of Durban and beyond. We have been reconciled to reconcile, and God is at work in and trough us not just to reconcile people, but all things to Himself.

We Will Become

Jesus calls all Christians to be on mission. Yet, we often weigh up our own concerns, and over-complicate our mandate by searching the technicalities to tr y and avoid being on mission. Idols and all that we hold precious prevent us from moving in the direction God wants us in. 

Our preaching series We Will Become goes into what a life on mission looks like; whether it's removing our idols and reorientation ourselves around Jesus, or simply knowing what the Gospel and God's heart for the lost really looks like.