At CHS we believe that we are all called to a 3-dimensional life in Jesus Christ:

  • in relationship to God,
  • to one another and
  • in serving those around us.

We believe that relationships should be at the heart of our service and that as we do so, God transforms both those who receive and those who give.

Here are a few ways you can get involved: with time, resources, money or most importantly prayer.

Capricorn Missional Community

The CMC longs to see our relationships and communities transformed by Jesus and to see the Kingdom of God breaking into the reality of everyday life in Capricorn. Join us at one of our quarterly prayer meetings and celebrations to find out more or visit one of the ministries listed below.

Future Talk

When: Tuesday 3-4pm

Where: Capricorn Primary School

Talk to David Chirwa or Ronald Abels

What: Grade 7s Christian life group that explores life decisions and spiritual truths.


Soccer Ministry

When: Monday & Friday practices at 4pm and Bible study on Thursday

Where: Capricorn

Talk to David Chirwa

What: Soccer training and teaching boys about healthy life choices and exploring their faith.


Soup Kitchen

When: Wednesday 3pm

Where: Living Fountain, Church Capricorn

Talk to Richard Saner

What: Feeding the poor and building relationships across cultures.


One 1 Six

When: Fridays at 12h00 and Sundays at 16h00

Where: Meli’s Internet Café

Talk to Ronald Abels

What: A Fresh Expression of church and a great place to meet, chat and study the bible.
Lifts to church

When: Sunday morning

Where: From Pick ‘n Pay Capricorn to CHS

Talk to Ronald Abels

What: Lifts to church for those who live in Capricorn, Vrygrond, Overcome


Capricorn Homegroup

When: Thursday 7pm

Where: Capricorn

Talk to Paul du Preez

What: Homegroup to share and pray together.



Westlake United Churches Trust (WUCT)
CHS and two other denominations (Presbyterian and Congregationalists) have joined together to register theWUCT for social and spiritual development in Westlake. Made up of representatives of the churches, local community and aid agencies, the trust is managing the long term development of the community.

In October 2002 the trust secured the ownership of the former Commando Hall in Westlake. This large building has been converted and re-furbished as: a creche / welfare office / community development centre / skills training centre / Sunday worship venue.

How Can I Get Involved?

  • Prayer. Please pray for all developments in Westlake
  • Finances. Gifts payable to “The Westlake United Churches Trust” will speed the development of the Hall and all the other projects within the community.
  • Volunteering. If you can find time on a regular (or irregular) basis, please contact the CHS office to find out what skills are needed.

Emmanuel Educare Centre

Where: Westlake

Talk to Eleanor Lawrence or Ros Fox

What: Preschool for the Westlake community run by the Westlake United Churches Trust


Whoami Camps

What: Life changing camps for school children

Talk to Charlotte Rasson


Future Talk

Where: Westlake Primary School

When: Wednesday at 2:30pm

Talk to Ronald Abels

What: Grade 7s Christian life group that explore faith and life decisions.


Life Matters

Where: Westlake Primary School

When: 9am-10am or 11am-12am slots available all week

Talk to Cathi Henderson

What:  Reading with children


Soup Kitchen

Where: Westlake

When: Saturdays

Talk to Richard Saner or Charlotte Rasson

What: Supporting Lisa who runs a soup kitchen for local children from her home


And also….


The Warehouse

The Warehouse exists to serve the South African church network in its response to poverty, injustice and division. They work with local churches in all communities, helping them to implement sound, effective and practical acts and renewed attitudes, to see transformation in our communities.


Talk to Caroline Harrington or Simon Pearson


Habitat for Humanity

Pollsmoor Prison

Home from Home

Police Prayer Ministry

Hope House