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

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Please Note: No live services during level 4 lockdown. Please join us on our Youtube channel using the live stream button above.

Master Has Need Account

If you already have a Master Has Need Account, then please ask the Lord how much money He would like to release for Emergency Food Supplies and Food Deliveries to KZN and Daveyton.

Please deposit monies to the Church Account and use “Master has Need” and “Your Name” as the reference. Contributions can also be brought to the church during office hours. Bank account details can be obtained by sending a WhatsApp to the church WhatsApp number.


What is a “Master Has Need” account?

It is a monthly allocation that you make from your finances for when the “Master has Need – Luke 19:31 – for emergency and crisis situations that come across the world. You are responsible to keep the money in your own account and only release it when a call is made from the church leaders. You are to pray and ask the Lord for the amount to give from the monies that you have kept aside.

If you don’t have a “Master has Need” Account – start one today. The amount of money that you can set aside may only be R50 or R100. But if the entire congregation sets aside a small amount of money on a consistent basis, together that money becomes a large resource for the Kingdom of God.

Start today – send us an email or WhatsApp and let us know that you have started your own “Master has Need” account.


Go to: www.wehub.co.za if you would like to purchase groceries for friends / families in KZN or donate towards their logistics costs. Orders must be in by 8am Mon and supplies will be delivered by Wed afternoon.

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.

Market Day Postponed

Please contact Vincent @ the church office if you need more info about this, 0113951442 or [email protected]

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.


Integration; a 6 week course, followed by  Walking In Spiritual Freedom and Holy Spirit course  cost R60 cost for integration , if you would like to be part of  the course. message us on WhatsApp us 0812577767 or send us a email @churchoftheway.co.za

Prayer and Coffee

We will be doing drive-thru prayer and coffee on   Wednesdays from 14:00 pm-16:00 pm on Wednesday’s and on Sundays from 10:45 am-12:00 pm

Parking lot Service

Come and join us for  Parking lot Service on 1 August  at 9 am, if you would like to attend please register  by sending us a message on WhatsApp 081 257 7767 or email us on [email protected]

Congregational Prayer

Our Congregational prayer will be held on Saturday 8:30 am-9:30 am if you would like to come and join us. Please register   by emailing us on [email protected] or send us a message on WhatsApp 081 257 7767

Grief Share

We will be facilitating a Grief Share course over a period of 13 weeks starting 3 August  Tuesday evenings, if you are interested in being part of the course send us a message on WhatsApp 081 257 7767  or email us on [email protected] and the cost will be a R100

Baby Dedication

A Baby Dedication meeting  will be held  on the 15 August  in flat 2 with Vincent van Staden if you will like to dedicate your little one please email us  [email protected] or send us a message  on  WhatsApp   081 257 7767

Walking In Spirtual Freedom Course

Walking in Spiritual Freedom Course will be held on the weekend of 20-21 August from 7-9 pm on Friday and Saturday from 9:00 am-12:30 pm on Saturday the Cot of the Course will be R50 P/P and it is A Required course for anyone who wants to be baptized.

Baptism Meeting

The Baptism meeting   is for anyone who wants to be baptized, the meeting will be held on the 22  August  at 10:30am on Sunday after the service , to register please send us  a message on WhatsApp 081 257 7767 or email us on [email protected]

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. 


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Prayer Points

 Pray for the Word of God to be preached among Mauritanians in their heart language. 

Pray for God’s mercy in the wake of severe drought and a poor economy that plagues the people.

Pray for Christ’s freedom to be understood by those suffering under the bondage of slavery.


Made up entirely of Sahara desert and bordering the Senegal River, Mauritania comes from the Latin word “Mauretania”, which means “west.”  The African nation was founded to create an alliance between France and the Arab-Berber theocracy and to connect French black West African colonies with Algeria in the north. Mauritania became independent from France in 1960 and is now a multi-party democracy under the 2006 constitution.

Mauritania has many rich fishing zones along the Atlantic coast, but the nation is not self-sufficient. It is both one of the least industrialized nations and one of the largest recipients of foreign aid in the world, though the recent discovery of oil may in time bring wealth to the nation. As the last nation in the world to abolish slavery in 1981, an estimated 10-20 percent of the population still lives in bondage, a fact the Mauritanian government vehemently denies. Criminal punishment has only been legal since 2007, and so far, only one slave owner has been prosecuted. Anti-slavery activists and others who try expose the ongoing issue have been jailed and tortured in order to silence them. The lighter skinned Arabs – White Moors – are generally slave owners while the darker skinned Arabs, or Black Moors, are the slaves.

Mauritania is an Islamic Republic and the Mauritanian constitution states that Islam is the religion of the people and the state. Ninety-nine percent of the population is Muslim; Mauritanians believe they are the most Islamic state on the continent and that their mission is to spread Islam throughout black Africa. There are laws against preaching the Gospel, and the vast majority are unreached. The Black Moors and the nomads are among the hardest to reach with the Gospel. Believers in Mauritania are few and far between and have been persecuted and ostracized by both their families and tribes. This small remnant (0.25% of the population) needs courage to continue to stand up for their beliefs.


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