WHERE JESUS CHRIST IS STILL CHANGING LIVES !
In Melville, our Church stands to make the statement that: JESUS is the LIGHT in DARKNESS.
We are living in a country and a generation of people that knows about the gospel and have come into contact with church and religion somewhere in their life, but unfortunately being raised religious does not mean you are in a right relastionship with Jesus Christ and that your life has changed, and that you are living with a reality of the power of God in your life.
Many people are religious but are bound by sin, addiction and sickness, and have never experienced the power of forgiveness of sin and deliverance and supernatural healing that Jesus promised and the Church filled with God presence possess.
Our Church welcomes people of all ages and from every walk of life. We are commited to serving you and our local community. We fully believe the Bibles promises of a Supernatural dimension of Healing and Deliverance.
We see broken lives rebuilt and given new dignity, marraiges restored and strengthened, and come to experience inner peace not dependant on their own outward circumstances. We see drug addicts set free of their addictions, sick people healed and ordinary people find extraordinary hope and joy. This has been the result of people coming to know Jesus Christ and grow in their relationship with Him. He truly is the answer to all our problems.
It is great to be part of a vibrant church- with a message that is timeless and always relevant for everybody!
We as a family of believers are pleased to invite you to come and join our services. In our services we contend for a dynamic and active presence of God, through the Holy Spirit by vocal praise, preaching and ministry.
Why the Potters House?
In Jeremiah 18:2 God speaks to Jeremiah saying," Arise and go down to the potters house and there I will cause you to hear My words."NKJV
God shows Jeremiah that we are clay and God is the Potter. As the Potter shapes the clay, so too God shapes our lives. Every Church is a 'Potters House' in which God takes our clay lives and turns it into a thing of beauty and purpose.
We hope to meet you at one of our services.
Pastor Riaan Botha