Sunday Social Supper

A light meal will be available after the 5pm service this Sunday, the 3 August. The costs are R35 for adults and R20 for children. Wine is available for R5 a glass or you are welcome to bring your own.

Examining Our Lives

For the next few weeks, our sermons will focus on a four-step process of repentance. This week’s sermon focuses on the first two steps in that process: first, examining our actions, thoughts, and intentions; and second, recognizing and acknowledging the ways that we tend to sin against God.

Begin a New Life

We are excited to welcome Mark Pendleton to our shores to run the “Begin a New Life” seminar. This will be taking place this Saturday in the church hall starting at 8am. This workshop presents four steps of life change and spiritual transformation that are Biblically based and which bridge across all faiths and cultures.

Sermon this Sunday: Spiritual Rebirth is a Gradual Process

This Sunday we have the pleasure of hearing the Rev. Mark D. Pendleton preach on a topic that has been his passion for over a decade. The Lord told the Israelites what it would be like to enter into and inherit the Promised Land, especially with regard to the enemies they would have to face…

Glenn Family Arrival

We are excited to welcome Coleman, Anne and baby Samuel to New Church Westville on Thursday 17 July. Coleman will be taking on the position of Associate Pastor and we wish him and his family many happy years in South Africa.


Begin a New Life: 4 Universal Steps

Our current sermon series is based on a program called “Begin a New Life,” developed by Rev. Mark Pendleton, who introduced the program to the congregation earlier this winter. The program is a universal, faith-based approach to life change that is powerful, deeply effective, and lasting. If you’ve ever had a significant change that you’ve…

Recent Sermon: Other People’s Idolatry

For the past few weeks we’ve been looking at idolatry in ourselves—how we can be tempted to worship idols of various kinds instead of Jesus Christ. This Sunday we’re going to dig into the difficult question of how to respond to other people’s idolatry. How should we treat people who worship other gods than us?…


This Sunday: God with Us in Life

After His resurrection, the Lord appeared to His disciples to teach them about His continuing presence with them. This week we will explore His lessons about how He is with us in everyday life.