Young Adults Connect

Do not let anyone look down on you because you are young but set an example for believers in speech, in life, in love and in purity 1 Timothy 4:12

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The Youth Ministries at Nelmeth are called Connect 20/20.

The goal behind this name is to Connect all people in our Church across the generations.

The “C” represents the 3 Cornerstones of the Church :

“Caring, Converting and Calling.”

WHO IS REPRESENTED?

The 20/20 represents the ages – under 20 and over 20.

The Young adults programme is far-reaching for all school leavers and also for young couples and singles and those with young families. Activities include fellowship, craft evenings and support for families with new-borns.

The 20/20 represents the ages – under 20 and over 20.

WHO TO CONTACT?

This group is led by Vuyiswa Mathews.The goal of Connecting families, children, teens and all ages is an important role of this ministry. Vuyiswa can be contacted via the Church office (013 753 3214).

WHEN DO WE MEET?

We gather for fellowship every Thursday.



UPCOMING EVENTS

28 December 2019

Sunday Service - Worship Sunday

Main Church   Time: 08:30:00
Presented By: Allan Booth

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25 December 2019

Christmas Day Service

Main Church   Time: 07:00:00
Presented By: Allan Booth

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