A new Gauteng Methodist Sports League (GMSL) has been established to operate and monitor a Christian orientated all sports league in which youth and adults can participate, and which will further inter-church activity, communication & fellowship. St. Paul’s is looking for any folk who would like to support and/or sponsor a Men’s/Youth soccer team to register for the GMSL which is expected to kick-off in 2017. If you wish to participate, or are able to assist, please contact the Church Office on 011-958-5128 or e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
WINTER JACKETS/JERSEYS DRIVE
Winter is here and we are on a drive to collect jackets and jerseys for the needy. Look through your closets/wardrobes for jackets and jerseys of ALL sizes for men, women and children that are no longer in use. Your donations will be greatly appreciated. HELP KEEP SOMEONE WARM THIS WINTER!
Contact Lungile Xaba on 083 3908649, to arrange pick up or drop off.
Suppose a brother or a sister is without clothes and daily food. If one of you says to them, “Go in peace; keep warm and well fled,” but does nothing about their physical needs, who good is it? – James 2: 15 – 16
We would like to bless young and old alike with an Easter Egg. Contributions of marshmallow eggs will be much appreciated. We would like to hand out the eggs during the week before Easter. Please pop them into the donation trolleys in the church or hand them in to the office. Many thanks.
CONFIRMATION CLASSES FOR 2016
If you would like to be confirmed in 2016, please contact the church office by the end of March. Confirmands should be turning 16 during 2016, and for it to be a meaningful confirmation group, there should be at least 6 participants. The classes would run for +20 weeks, excluding school holidays.
Our Church Fete on 6 June was a great success! A big thank you to everyone who attended and to our wonder sponsors and volunteers.
Thank you to the following Company Sponsors/Donors:
Outreach News – June 2015
Blankets and a food parcel were delivered to 60 needy families in Zandspruit, and the children at Thandani Orphanage also each received a blanket.
Warm clothing was also distributed to needy folk in Zandspruit this month.
If you feel lead to join our Outreach Ministry or for any donation click here to contact us for more information.
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