Fellowship Groups and Outreach Ministries

Fellowship Groups

Chris Anderson - Randpark Ridge - Thursday

An adult group of 12 persons meet on Thursdays evenings at 18h30. The meeting is an enjoyable social time, sharing news and praying for one another. A period of worship and prayer is followed by lessons on topics that have varied from Biblical lessons to the Christian way of life. At present we are understanding more about the overview of the Bible as we follow a series on DVD.

Mike and Marchelle du Toit - Allensnek - Tuesday

We have finished the first 3 subjects in our JESUS LIFESTYLE series and they were really fantastically challenging and rewarding:

  • How to live & act with integrity
  • How to respond to difficult people
  • How to handle conflict

On Tuesday 19th, we tackle the 4th subject – How to become a generous giver!

This promises to be as challenging as the previous 3 sessions and we are looking forward to these discussions…

Just a reminder that we are a group of 30 somethings to 60 somethings and we meet at 19H00 on Tuesday evenings. If you would like to join us, we have room for a few more members.

Lorraine Bovey & Janet Fourie - At the Church - Every Tuesday
We will add more info about our fellowship group soon.
Terrence and Shireen Brocco - Thursday
We will add more info about our fellowship group soon.
Brian Clark - At The Church - Monday Morning

The “Welties Monday Fellowship” meets 10h00 on Mondays at the Church. Anyone may attend and will be most welcome! Please tell your friends!

Other Groups

Young at Hearts - Leanne Beangstrom
If you are closer to the seven score years… Come and join us at Young at Hearts for friendship, Fellowship, Bingo and a cup of tea and eats.

We meet every 3rd Wednesday of the month in the church hall from 10 am – 12 pm. We would love to meet you, so come along!!

Women's Ministry - Jenny Matthee
The ladies meet on the 1st Tuesday of the Month at 09h30 and have tea and fellowship. They divide into groups and each group has a turn to host a meeting. Guest speakers are invited to each meeting and Outreach visits are also arranged from time to time. They raise money by having a Knit-a-Thon and jumble sales. They also do the catering for funerals.

New members are always welcome!!

Methodists Women’s Prayer and Service Union, aka Women’s Manyano - Nosi Waqu

The Women’s Manyano stands for holiness of life, purity of speech, temperance and service to the glory of God and for the extension of God’s Kingdom

The aims of Manyano are:

  • To build up and manifest spiritual life, and in particular to foster diligence in private prayer and in reading and studying the Bible
  • To be faithful in attending the means of grace, including the Sacrament of Holy Communion, the class meeting, the services of the MCSA, family prayer and reading of the Bible in the home
  • To guide the life of the home in accordance with Christian principles and example, with special reference to training children for the service of God in purity of thought, word and deed, and in respect of elders
  • To seek the conversation of our people to believe in God and seek to be used by God for the building up of the Church of Christ
  • To encourage a missionary spirit among our people and to raise funds for Mission Work and for other authorised local Circuit, District and Connexional MCSA and Community needs

What we do

We fellowship every Saturday afternoon at 15h00, at Welties Methodist church, where we delve in and share the Word, testimonies and pray for one another, Families, Community and our Nation.

Over and above this we are involved in various outreach activities within the Church structures and in the Communities around us.

In line with our purpose and aims, we constantly pray for and are on the lookout for areas/organisations/individuals who may be in need, and by the Grace of God we respond accordingly.

Chairperson:  Mrs Mandisa Mabaso

Outreach Ministries

Africa Food For Thought - Janet Fourie
Africa Food for Thought is a non-profit organization, run by volunteers, which is essentially focused on equipping and supplying school feeding programmes. We are also involved in a number of community projects, self-help/empowerment projects and shelters and half-way houses. Our aim is to help those who need it the most: the vulnerable and marginalized.  Our vision is “to feed people in the name of Christ, in order to bring hope to the hopeless”.
Soup Kitchen - Sue Gelling and Jenny Matthee

Soup Kitchen is an outreach which is run from the church on Mondays and Fridays from 7.30 – 9.00am

The congregation donate ready-made soup and /or ingredients for making soup. The donations are brought to church in two litre ice cream containers and put in freezers in the blue hall. We serve between 40 -60 gentlemen at a time and they each get a cup of soup, a peanut butter sandwich and a recycled cool drink bottle filled with water.

The church gives us money to buy 40 loaves of bread for each session as well as to buy peanut butter and marge. We mix the peanut butter and marge before the time as it’s easier to spread and saves time on the day.

During the year the gentlemen get blankets and any clothes that are donations and at Christmas time they get a Christmas bucket!.

Tithing Committee
More details about this outreach to be added soon

Special Ministry Groups

Spiritual and Teaching Ministries:

Friday Prayer Group @ The Church - Janet Fourie


Deliverance Team - Christo Strydom
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Orientation - Loraine Bovey
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Baptism - Rev Sva Waqu
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Pastoral Care

Counseling - Sally France
More details to be added soon
Cradle Roll - Vacant

One would need to attend a Saturday morning seminar before having your child baptised. Charmaine (Church secretary) can be contacted or the church notice informs when the next Baptism seminar is.

Baptisms usually take place every month, the 2nd last Sunday in the month. 38 families are at present on my list of children already baptised. They stay on the list for about 3 years.

We give a certificate and a candle/candle holder on the Sunday that they are baptised. I send a birthday card on the baptised child’s birthday and reminders about the date of the child’s baptism to re-light their candle and remember.

I send emails and sms’s for prayers, support and encouragement of parents and children and to keep in contact with them.

I try to have an annual party for the parents and children, at the church towards the end of the year, so they can get to know each other.

Notice Boards - Please Volunteer
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Ministry Groups in Church

Worship Ministry

Worship Team

Worship Teams Coordinator: Michael Mileman

Worship Leaders:
Andy Fourie
Chris Anderson

Trust Properties

Brian Clark
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Moira Scott
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Flower Ministry


The Flower ministry is responsible for placing flowers in the Church every week.  Church members can put their name down for a specific date, this could be a special date for a celebration, or in memory or just a random date of your choice (A special message can be put in the bulletin on request). The church member will then be responsible for buying and placing the flowers in the Church.

Garden of Remembrance

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Our Local Preachers

Chris Anderson
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Lorraine Bovey
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Brian Clark
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Janet Fourie
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Christo Strydom
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Laurette Visser
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