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Ministries

Where life change happens
Women praying for each other

Small Groups

Life change through meaningful relationships

Why join a Small Group?

Small Groups are not a programme of the church – they ARE the church. They are here to help you become a more deeply committed Christian as you participate together in essential practices of Christian life.

 

They help us to:

  • Connect to the Body
  • Build Relationships
  • Understand the Bible
  • Practice unselfishness
  • Disciple with others
  • Empower our prayer and worship life

Details About These Groups:

  • Initial commitment is 6 weeks through our Lenten series, with the possibility to
    continue meeting afterwards
  • Some groups are only online, others meet in person
  • All groups will be hosted online until COVID levels improve

How You Can Have a Great Experience:

Be Committed   –   Be Present   –   Be Authentic

Find a Group

Please sign up for a group by filling in and submitting the form below Once we receive your form, we will notify you who your new group is! More small groups are added regularly so If we cannot find a group meets your needs, please check back later!

James rogers

Women's Auxiliary

Fellowship, friendship and fun

The Women’s Auxiliary provides fellowship, friendship, fun and opportunities for personal growth and Christian service. Our Mission is to know Christ and to make Him known. Showing their love in action by putting their talents to work.

We have a Morning WA and an Evening WA to accommodate everyone’s availability. The Morning WA meets on the second Tuesday of each month at 09h30. The Evening WA meets on the second Wednesday of each month at 18h45.

To find out more about the WA please download the brochure.

Mrs Sharon van Jaarsveld - EWA President
Mrs Merle Munday - MWA President
Women talking and laughing
Men talking with coffee on table

Men@Work

Men's ministry

Men@Work is West View’s men’s ministry and our mission is to develop meaningful relationships through comradeship, consecration and Christian service.

To find out more about Men@Work please download the brochure.

Kobus de Jager

Flower Ministry

Donate or sponsor flowers

The flower registry can be found at the information desk in the church foyer.

Should you like to sponsor the flowers in the sanctuary for a particular Sunday in memory of a loved one or to celebrate a special occasion please leave a message in the flower registry or contact Barbara directly.

To find out more about the Flower Ministry please download the brochure.

Barbara Girdlestone
White brown and purple petaled flowers

Pastoral Care

Being salt and light

We provide pastoral care in the form of hospital visitation, communion to the home bound, bereavement care and the funeral ministry.

To find out more about the pastoral care ministry please download the brochure.

Lael du Toit
Caring holding hands
West View Methodist Church worship team on stage

Worship

Volunteer to serve

Our Worship Services on Sundays are integral to the ministry of West View, giving an opportunity for people to experience meaningful encounters with God that lead to real life change and a deep sense of community.

Many people help prepare for the service during the week as well as serving on Sundays to ensure the smooth running of services.

During the week teams of volunteers prepare all the details from folding bulletins and preparing the multimedia slides to arranging the flowers that beautify the sanctuary. Before the service the communion is prepared and ushers welcome visitors into a place of belonging. Technical teams ensure that the multimedia, sound and lighting are optimal while worship bands and scripture readers take part in the service.

Lastly a team of volunteers serve tea after the service and assist with the cleaning up. Training and support is provided for all volunteers. Please contact Nicola to discuss where and how God is calling you to use your talents.

To find out more about this ministry please download the brochure.

Nicola Atherton