We are passionate about following Jesus and helping others do the same.
We are a church in Pretoria who values a conversational approach to help you grow towards God. We engage hearts and minds with the relevance of Christ spiritually, socially and culturally. Skeptics and seekers welcome.
Grow towards God spiritually
BE CLOSER TO ONE ANOTHER SOCIALLY
MAKE AN IMPACT CULTURALLY
We believe that the church needs a healthy culture of conversation.
People should not wrestle with the big questions of faith and life in isolation. That is why we value a thinking, interactive, and informal approach to ministry that will help people grow in spiritual maturity.
We provide opportunities for people to voice their questions and opinions. Our hope is that through Dialogue we can move closer to each other and the truth.
So he dialogued…
with those who happened to be there.
We are a community that seeks
to follow in Christ’s footsteps
We engage hearts and minds with the relevance of Christ spiritually, socially and culturally.
Latest podcast episodes
Listen to our past talks. We primarily have talks done by our resident speakers. Each meeting is followed by an interactive discussion. Each year we work together with other ministries to bring international speakers to South Africa with the aim of addressing specific apologetic topics. We host debates, lectures and workshops at universities and churches across the country.
What community means for us
How to start the conversation
1. Come this Sunday
See for yourself who we are and what we’re about. Each sermon is followed by an interactive discussion over coffee. Sceptics and visitors welcome.
2. Find your place
Explore all of the ways that you can be connected and become a part of our community.
3. Get involved
There are many opportunities to follow Christ with us in community. Whether it is in our apologetics ministries. engaging on campus, tutoring in Mamelodi or worshipping on Sundays.
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