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Support the C19 Food Drive by getting your branded masks at only R50.00 each. Proceeds for the masks will go to the C19 Food Drive.


How can you get your mask:

  1. Masks for adults are available during our church services
  2. Place an order by contacting  Men's Ministry Committee
  3. Kids sizes are available by order through Men's Ministry Committee

 

For any queries please contact Men's Ministry Committee at 081 362 8253 or 072 737 0728. 

 

 

 

Our Time of Renewal (fast and prayer) begins Monday 27 July until Friday 7 August 2020.


From Monday to Friday we will have prayer from 10am till 12h00 and in the evening at 18h00 we will have our service.

Please remember to book to attend: www.ramah.org.za/booking

Join us and let us seek the God. Prayer moves the hand that moves the world.

 

 

 

 

Given the Level 3 restrictions, we can only accommodate a maximum of 50 attendants per service. If you have not booked we regret that you will not be allowed to attend the service.


  1. Pre-booking is required to attend the service. One booking = One seat. Therefore cannot accommodate group bookings.
  2. Pre-screening assessment will be done before entering the venue.
  3. Social distancing and hygiene protocols must be observed.
  4. You must be willing to wear a mask throughout the duration of the service service.

In addition to this, please note the following:

  1. NO CHILDREN (12 and under) are allowed to attend the services during the lockdown. If you have young children, please remain home with them (No childcare will be provided)
  2. All those struggling with underlying chronic conditions or a weak/ compromised immune system should remain home and continue joining us via live stream
  3. All those above the age of sixty are encouraged to stay home and continue joining us via live stream
  4. Anyone who is experiencing fever, cough, shortness of breath or fatigue should refrain from attending the services
  5. Please continue to join us via live stream if you feel in any way uneasy about the live gatherings (Your health and safety are important to us)

 

Please book your seat at: www.ramah.org.za/booking

 

 

Happy Women's Month to all women, we appreciate you.


God is in the midst of her; she shall not be moved: God shall help her, and that right early. (Psalms 46:5 KJV)

She is more precious than rubies (Proverbs 3:15)

 

 

 

 

Beloved,

On the 31st May 2020 our President, Cyril Ramaphosa, concluded his address to the nation with these words; “This too shall pass”. He was primarily targeting the segment of our society who felt aggrieved because of some unpopular decisions that had been made. I have been thinking about this phrase and the reason why our president would be so sure that indeed “this too shall pass”.


I believe that he concluded with those words because “lockdowns” and their special measures are by nature unsustainable for any society and cannot last forever. In light of this, we are seeing the restrictions loosening across the nation. “Reopening” of any nature is a bit like rehabilitation. It has to be measured, methodical and incremental for it to be effective.

As we work toward reopening the church to physically meet again, there are some guidelines that we would like to share with you in order to ensure everyone’s safety:

  • We will have only one service this Sunday (7th June 2020) at 10 a.m, following the guidelines of 50 people or less
  • There will be no social gatherings during the month of June, this is inclusive of smaller meetings such as membership, firm foundation and baptism classes
  • House of Prayer(Wednesdays) gatherings will resume as of next week (10th June 2020 at 6 p.m.) following the guidelines of 50 people or less

In addition to this, please note the following:

  1. NO CHILDREN (12 and under) are allowed to attend the services during the lockdown. If you have young children, please remain home with them (No childcare will be provided)
  2. All those struggling with underlying chronic conditions or a weak/ compromised immune system should remain home and continue joining us via live stream
  3. All those above the age of sixty are encouraged to stay home and continue joining us via live stream
  4. Anyone who is experiencing fever, cough, shortness of breath or fatigue should refrain from attending the services
  5. Please continue to join us via live stream if you feel in any way uneasy about the live gatherings (Your health and safety are important to us)

For those interested in joining our live gatherings (50 people or less), the following protocol must be adhered to:

  • Pre-registration of attendance of the service, please see our website www.ramah.org.za for all details (and ensure that you have received confirmation)
  • Willingness to be screened upon entry: i.e. body temperature check, screening questionnaire and to use alcohol-based hand sanitizer which will be provided
  • Willingness to wear a mask for the duration of the service

This is ‘an out of the ordinary season’ for all of us and uncommon seasons require some adjustment. The leadership team and I are praying for you and look forward to embracing this ‘new normal’, trusting that our good shepherd has already gone ahead of us.

Love you all

Bishop Tshalo 

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