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Join us for our School of Discipleship in 2015. Book your course here, and get information on the different courses available.

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Please click the relevant block to download your digital resource.


We would love to have you join us at the following services over Holy week and Easter.


Sunday 29 March - Normal Services (Palm Sunday)


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“And let us consider how to stir up one another to love and good works, not neglecting to meet together, as is the habit of some, but encouraging one another, and all the more as you see the Day drawing near” Heb 10:24 – 25


Many of us have tried to read the Bible in a year, however we lose momentum during the more repetitive parts.  Dr Neil Oosthuizen has made it easy for us by condensing the bible to keep the story flowing. - Malihambe – Reading the Bible in SA today.


From Monday the 19th of January you are encouraged to read the suggested reading for each day.  You can download the first part of the reading plan (January to April) here or connect with Nadja via email or in the foyer to get a hard copy.


Second Part of the reading plan (May to August) out soon.



At BMC we are passionate about serving God, the church and our local community. 

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BMC exists to offer Christ's hope to a broken and fast changing world.


BMC Campus Office

Telephone:     (011) 463 2333

Fax:              (011) 463 2450

Email:           info@bmc.org.za


Welcome to our Small group page:

We are part of the Discipleship and Spiritual Formation stream

BMC exists to be an instrument of Christ’s hope in our broken and fast changing world.


Where do you connect with others?  Who do you know at BMC that you can call friend?  Small groups are the ideal place for you to:

  • Connect with others in life-giving fellowship.
  • Learn more about yourself and God.
  • Grow in your relationship with God. 
  • Live out your spiritual gifts supported by friends. 
  • Make an impact whilst living out your God given purpose. 

Which group is missing out because you are not there?