We follow the guidelines of the World Health Organization, General Conference Adventist Health Ministries, Cape Conference of Seventh-day Adventists, National Institute for Communicable Diseases the SA Health Department and the Western Cape Government Health Department.
Wednesday, 7 October 2020
The Church will be opening on the 17th of October and will be open every second week thereafter until further notice.
The process will be gradual and at first, we will only be receiving 30 members for the first month, then 40 for November and 48 in December. Covid-19 regulations require that precise records....[read more]
Wednesday, 27 May 2020
Due to the COVID-19 pandemic we have not had the privilege of physical combined worship as a congregation in just over two months now. While we are keenly looking forward to the day where we will be able to freely and safely do so again, we must adhere to the saftey precautions and guidelines.
Following an announcement recently, there has been talk of churches being allowed to re-open its doors.
However the Cape Conference has advised the following.
Friday, 20 March 2020
While many churches around the world are suspending their services, they are looking for ways to stay connected and experience worship as a community during COVID-19.
We at Bellville have rounded up some online ministry resources to help you transition to new ways while at home.
This challenge may very well be an opportunity to bring us closer to the Lord than ever before. Without assembly, we must do all that we can to care for our most vulnerable, while at the same time, preparing each other for the Lord's soon return. Stay close to God during these times. Rely on Him and encourage others. Click here for a special bulletin issued.
Thursday, 19 March 2020
Formal communication on the decisions made to suspend ALL church services, programs, and schedules activities.
Click here to view/download the PDF letter to the Bellville Church Members.
Click here to view the communication to the church members and regular guests sent via social media.
Wednesday, 18 March 2020
Attention All Members
The Church Board convened tonight to discuss and decide on the way forward wrt our Sabbath Worship Services. For the moment I wish to convey the decisions of the meeting as follows.
1) All worship gatherings are suspended until....[read more]
Saturday, 14 March 2020
In view of the current Coronavirus ("COVID19") situation, please be reminded that as a church, we are currently recommending the following prevention measures in order to protect the vulnerable.
Members of the church should:
* Avoid shaking hands (in all aspects) or other forms of close physical contact.
* Remain at home if you are ill.
* Come to church with a supply of tissues and use them to catch coughs, sneezes and wipe your nose.
* Regularly wash your hands with warm water and soap for at least 20 seconds.
* In addition, parents and guardians should ensure young children are supervised at all times to monitor hand washing.
The Bellville Health Ministries have shared with us a video of the Coronavirus outbreak and how to protect yourself against this disease.
Click here to view the video.
You can also watch a Facebook live stream video here with the world church president, Pastor Ted Willson, and world church health ministries director, Dr. Peter Landless sharing the church's response to this pandemic.
Click here to watch the video.
Read the Southern Africa Union Conference's official response letter.
A live tracker of this pandemic can also be viewed here.
The South African government has issued the following Support Service for all South Africans. Help protect your loved ones, by sending the words "HI" to 0600 123 456 via WhatsApp. Alternatively, follow this link https://wa.me/27600123456?text=Hi using your mobile device.
These short videos below offer accurate information on the topics of hygiene and sanitation, disease prevention, and other helpful tips on staying healthy.
We will continue to share information and updates on this page.
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