07h00

Traditional Service

08h30

Contemporary Service

10h15

Contemporary Service

12h00

African Languages

18h00

Contemporary Service

              

 

Join us for our School of Discipleship in 2015

Click the "Courses" title above for the full list, booking and information about the courses.

The Alpha Introductory Dinner will be held on Tuesday 8 September starting 18h30 for 19h00 as an introduction to Alpha. (Alhpa is for free)

  • All courses will run on a Tuesday evening starting on 15 September unless otherwise stated. 
  • Registration and payment takes place at the church on the date of commencement. 
  • Courses are from 19h00-21h15 starting with worship in the Sanctuary unless otherwise stated.
  • All courses if not stipulated will be R120 towards the course material.

      

 

Please click the relevant block to download your digital resource.

 

Digital Sunday Bulletin

Bulletin - 30 August 2015

Bulletin - 23 August 2015

 

Digital Small Group Booklets

Living in Jesus - A Study through the book of Philippians (Aug/Sept 2015)

A huge thank you to all who attended the Funeral Service for our beloved Rev. Dr Neil Oosthuizen yesterday.

 

To the volunteers who came to serve – thank you for all your help.

 

To the congregation and wider church family - thank you for all the many calls, emails and messages of love that we have received during this past week.

 

Our hearts are sore, but we’re not without hope that we will see our friend again.

 

 

Dear Friends

 

Many of you know that I was recently hospitalized and some may know I was diagnosed with vestibular neuritis, a viral attack on the nerve of the middle ear which causes dizziness, nausea, disorientation and a variety of other exciting symptoms. I have been told to be very still for the next month and that it could be a few months to full recovery. 

 

Whilst in hospital having a CT scan of my head, a chest scan was included. There was a need to check that my breast cancer had not metastasized to the brain. That brain scan came back clear, but I have since learned that my cancer has metastasized to my lungs. 

 

I am sharing this with you as it is important to contain fallout and misinformation. I will now be on sick leave for August- due to the ear infection- and on furlough leave in September. My first service back will be the last Sunday in September.

 

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, the second Part of the reading plan (May to August) here or connect with Nadja via email or in the foyer to get a hard copy.

 

Third Part of the reading plan (September to November) is availible here.

 

 

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?

The Joseph’s Storehouse Ministry forms the backbone of many of our social concern ministries and enables BMC to feed approximately 20 000 people on a monthly basis. Joseph’s Storehouse collects food from a number of companies, who donate excess food. The food is de-labelled, de-branded and re-packed before it is distributed to nearly 20 recognised beneficiaries in communities near our church and in the greater Gauteng area. 

 

For more information, donations or to help please contact us: Brendon Strauss: 084 505 3404  brendons@bmc.org.za

 

July 2015 - Food Collection/Distribution Report