Every week RED POINT spreads itself out into different homes across our city for our Life Groups.
We’re a big church, and we want everyone to be connected, loved, getting involved and growing in their faith. When you join a group you can expect to look at and discuss the scriptures, to pray together, to worship, to have some tea and snacks, to chat, have fun and make some new friends while you grow in your knowledge of Jesus.
Prayer is one of the most important things we can do.
When we pray we connect with God! In prayer we depend on God, seek God, and enjoy God. When we pray God does amazing things.
We believe in every believer spending time alone with God regularly but we also see in the Bible the Church coming together to lift their voices together to God in prayer – passionately crying out for God to move in various situations.
We meet every Thursday at RED POINT Pinetown from 17:30 – 18:30 to pray.
Red Riot is the Youth ministry of RED POINT, which meets every Friday Night at 7pm.
Think: the start of the weekend, over a hundred High Schoolers, lots of energy and a passion to live Sold Out for Jesus and you’ll start to get it…
Red Riot is passionate about seeing their generation changed by the Gospel of Jesus.
On Sunday mornings, you’ll see and hear our kids smiling, laughing, playing, falling, crying, jumping and running – and that’s all before our service starts!
We have a group of passionate volunteers helping your kids in the different Age Groups to have fun and learn about Jesus.
If it’s your first time, someone will help you to find the right age group for your child, so that they can learn and worship while you do.
ROC is an outreach ministry at UKZN Westville that started over 7 years ago with some of the Students at Westville Campus praying and wanting to reach their Campus with the Gospel. Fast Forward a few years and in Res’ every week there are multiple ROC Life Groups meeting, and every Friday night at 6pm there are over 50 students meeting to Worship God, hear the Bible preached and see Students responding to the call to follow Jesus.
COCA (Creating Opportunities for Community Advancement) is a Section 21 nonprofit organisation that aims to encourage, equip and educate the most vulnerable in our society. Through its focus on education, entrepreneurship and skills development, COCA hopes to see their beneficiaries empowered to positively impact their families and communities. Find out more about COCA at www.coca.co.za
Little Lights Pre-school opened its doors to the community in January 2003. We enrolled 17 children and have since grown to over 70! The vision of Little Lights is for children to come in to our environment to be educated, but most of all to grow in the knowledge of God and his word, and for their lights to be turned on for Jesus.
To find out more about Little Lights Pre-School, you can visit www.littlelights.co.za