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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.

Identity  Statement

God honouring


Christ Following


 Holy Spirit led

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.

Jaco Reyneke
Concern for people of the Covenant

Hebrews 2:16 makes it clear that Jesus Christ came to help the descendants of Abraham - in other words, people who are part of the covenant God established with his people. “And now that you belong to Christ, you are the true children of Abraham. You are his heirs, and God’s promise to Abraham belongs to you.” (Galatians 3:29; NLT) Jesus Christ enabled us to become part of God’s covenant.

As Christians we are parties to the sacred agreement, the covenant, God established with Abraham and his descendants (people who believe in Jesus Christ). We are in a covenant relationship with the only, holy, almighty God! This speaks to God’s immeasurable love for us. It gives us so much security and a deep sense of belonging. The covenant gives us a new identity. We are first and foremost God’s people.


All other covenants in our lives like Te Tiriti o Waitangi / Treaty of Waitangi, marriage, business partnerships, employment contracts, mortgage agreements, etc., are secondary to our covenant with God. God will remain loyal and faithful to the commitment and promise He made. God has a special concern for people of the covenant. God asks us to remain loyal and faithful to the covenant with Him.


Jaco Reyneke

Sermon series on St. Enoch’s’ identity statement

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