Join us every Sunday morning at 9:30am for a warm hearted, inspiring, familiar style service that will encourage you and give your faith a much needed lift. St Enoch’s has a growing, diverse congregation and a thriving Sunday School for children from toddlers to teens. 

Everyone’s welcome for tea and coffee after the Sunday service.

Our Church


Sat 1 – Sun 2 May 2021

Invitation is open to all past and present members of St Enoch’s.

Please complete the registration form and hand it into the office or email it to 
stenochs.office@gmail.com by 11 April 2021

Weekly Bulletin

In the Community for the Community



NOTE: Motorists cannot turn RIGHT into Sixteenth Avenue. You have to turn into 17th Ave and drive around the block. 

Or turn LEFT into Sixteenth Avenue coming from the town centre.

Who do you take after?

To ‘take after someone’ means to resemble someone, especially a parent, grandparent, or other predecessor, in appearance, temperament, or character. We can either be proud of the fact that we take after someone, or it can be a bit of an embarrassment. Nobody wants to take after an unsavoury character. Often, especially in our younger years, we take great effort to imitate someone we admire and respect. We can also go out of our way to not be like someone we detest. And yet, we cannot choose who we look like and sometimes those genes do manifest in certain characteristics.

We cannot choose our family, but graciously God chose us and made us his children. “See how very much our Father loves us, for he calls us his children, and that is what we are!” (1 John 3:1a) For “to all who believed him (Jesus Christ) and accepted him, he gave the right to become children of God.” (Joh 1:12)

The question is whether we are proud of being God’s children and therefore cultivate our heavenly Father’s characteristics in us, or if we aspire to be like someone other than God. As God’s children we can resemble God in appearance, temperament and character.


Jaco Reyneke

© (2016) / Updated: 2021