011 395 1442 or WhatsApp 081 257 7767 [email protected]

Important Notice

We are hosting weekly live services. Please register for yourself and your family indicating kids ages as well, by Tuesday of each week by completing the Contact form at the base of the webpage

Please Note the following:

–  Numbers are limited, and you must register to attend (a confirmation message will be sent to you), Please do not just arrive on the day!

– If our numbers limit is reached you will be placed on a waiting list for the following week.

– Masks must be worn throughout the duration of the service.

– Please bring your own mug for coffee / tea.

(We do need volunteers to make themselves available for coffee teams, and all other teams in preparation for opening up fully.)

– If you register and find out that have been exposed to someone who has tested positive for COVID-19, or have any of the following symptoms: Fever, Shortness of Breath, Dry Cough, Runny Nose, Sore Throat, Body Aches, Loss of Smell or Taste, Nausea, Vomiting, Diarrhoea, Fatigue, Weakness or Tiredness; then Please do not come to the service, send us a WhatsApp or email so that we can pray for you, and also make your space available to others on the waiting list.

If you are not attending the service at the church, please prioritise watching online at 9am as a witness to the oneness of the body of Christ.

Life Groups

A Lifestyle of Discipleship

Life Groups are the primary vehicle for discipleship at Church of the Way. We gather in Life groups with our friends and neighbours to live life together, experience the gospel, wrestle with the truths of the Bible, love one another, serve the city, and participate in the mission of God for Church of the Way.

Prayer and Fasting

As a Church we fast and pray every Tuesday to prepare our hearts,
to see what the Lord is saying in this new season, and to remind us
of the hope with in us.
We invite you to do the same.

The Return Prayer

Help us mobilize as many churches and individuals as possible to join for 90 minutes of urgent, focused prayer on Freedom Day – 27 April 2021. Please read this letter carefully for all the details. 

Why another national prayer meeting?

In the months leading up to the historic 1994 elections, the vast majority of people in the country and around the world believed that South Africa was on the verge of disaster. Some even expressed the possibility of civil war or, worse, even a scenario like we saw in Rwanda. 

Cowonomics

Sat. 15th May 2021

9:00am – 10:30am

RSVP 9th May 2021

Register at welcome desk or [email protected] or 081 257 7767

Integration

Ways to Register

[email protected], www.churchoftheway.co.za,

whatsapp/sms 0812577767 or Welcome desk

Sunday 9 May  –  RSVP 2 May

Course Cost – R60.00 p/p

Followed by a 6 Week Course, Walking in Spiritual Freedom & Holy Spirit Course

Outdoor Service

Sun 16th May 2021

9:00am – 10:30am

RSVP 9th May 2021

Register at welcome desk or [email protected] or 081 257 7767

Honour the Lord

Let’s continue to honour the Lord and remain faithful in our tithes and offerings. Click on the Giving Button for more info.

Submit a prayer request

If you need prayer in any regard. Please let us by clicking to Prayer Request Button. 

 

Get the Latest

For more info on COVID-19 Status and questions. Please visit the website by clicking on COVID News.

Prayer Points

Pray for preservation of religious freedom.

Pray for Christians to commit to staying in the land in order to spread the gospel to their neighbors.

Pray for healing and forgiveness for those deeply wounded by the tragedy of war.

SUMMARY

Home to two of the world’s oldest cities, Byblos and Sidon, Lebanon is hemmed in by Syria and Israel on the coast of the Mediterranean Sea. Because of its strategic location, it has been part of many conflicts with Syria and Israel. One of the most populous nations in the Mediterranean (over four million people), Lebanon is uniquely comprised of both Shia and Sunni Muslims, as well as Christians and Druze. The official languages are Arabic, French, English, and Armenian. This diversity has made Lebanon a place of refuge for minorities throughout the region.

Lebanon is a democratic republic, and each major religion is represented in the parliamentary system. After over two years without a president, Michel Aoun, a former army commander, was elected in 2016 to help bring Lebanon out of its long history of conflict. A civil war ravaged the nation from 1975-1990, and Israel and Syria became heavily involved. Hezbollah was formed during this time and is credited with driving out the Israeli occupation of southern Lebanon in 2000. Widely seen as a terrorist group, Hezbollah and Israel have had ongoing conflicts, decimating parts of the country. More recently, Lebanon has taken in roughly one million Syrian and Palestinian refugees, who now make up about 30% of the country’s population. This refugee crisis has strained the economy. Roughly 200,000 Lebanese suffer in poverty due to a lack of jobs, and an estimated 300,000 are unemployed.

Lebanon is roughly 54% Muslim (evenly divided between Shia and Sunni) and 41% Christian. This nation is home to the highest concentration of believers in the Middle East. It is the only Arab nation that promotes religious freedom and legally allows for conversion, which provides an open door for the spread of the Gospel. By reaching out to provide for the physical needs of refugees, such as food, clothing, blankets and education, the Church is seizing opportunities to meet the spiritual needs of these hurting people. Both the size and influence of the Church in Lebanon has made it a unique and strategic center for Christian ministry throughout the entire Middle East.

Monday

2 Samuel 24

Tuesday

Romans 1

Wednesday

Romans 2

Thursday

Romans 3

Friday

Romans 4

Scripture a Day and Study Guide

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Everything needed to study the Bible in an enjoyable and enriching manner. All Bibles, commentaries, dictionaries… everything is just a click away!

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Address

Cnr of Great North & Brentwood Park Rd, Benoni, Gauteng, 1501, Republic of South Africa

Telephone : +27 (011) 395 1442

Registered NPO, Reg. No: 045-452

Office Hours:
Mon to Thurs – 08H00 until 16H30
Fri – 08H00 until 12H30

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