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Community involvement

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Homegroups and small groups are the backbone of our life together

The key aspect of our Church Community where knowing Jesus becomes manifested

Homegroups are a wonderful place for connection, a sense of belonging and a safe space to grow as a Christian. This is where one is supported with practical and spiritual needs, encouraged through prayer, in the sharing of testimonies and in the study of the Bible together. Small groups often engage together in acts of service in the church, reaching out to the local community, and holding special events for their families, friends, and neighbours.

Be “connected” to a group

We encourage everyone to be a part of a homegroup or a small group in our church as we travel together on this journey of faith. A challenge to every gift and purpose is that one operates within the sphere of making other people’s lives better, as a servant of the Kingdom. Most meet weekly in the home of a group member (usually the leader's home). If you can't find an open group, please let us know!


Kids' Church

Held on Sunday morning at the 09h00. We're looking for patient and caring volunteers who have a love for teaching children about God and character-building. In our Kids' ministry, children explore the word of God, build friendships and come to know that God loves them. Contact Josh Beere - 082 633 9465,

Fireflies Junior Youth

A safe and brave space for our community’s children to encounter Jesus, make friends and have fun through building a Christ-centered identity and community. Contact Josh Beere - 082 633 9465,

Pastoral Support

At St Agnes, we care about supporting one another in our times of difficulty and in our joys. If you or someone you know would like a pastoral visit, or someone with whom to have a chat, contact us and we will be more than happy to arrange a time to come and visit. Please do make contact with our Rector, Revd Sizwe Ngcobo or our Assistant Priest, Revd Gill Padoa for any pastoral need. For prayer requests kindly fill the form below on this page.

Join the music ministry and share your gifts with others!

The musical life at St Agnes is vibrant and spans a wide breadth of styles. There are opportunities to sing in a choir for our 07h30 or 11h00 Eucharist services, join the band for our 09h00 Worship service, and/or play various instruments. If you are new to the church and would like to get involved, then please contact our Worship Director, Warren Morck.

Baptism, Confirmation & Marriage

Each of these three are signs of God’s love for us – outward visible signs of an inward spiritual grace. Baptism is more about God choosing a person, no matter what their age, to become part of the Church – the Body or Family of Christ. Confirmation marks a person’s personal commitment to Jesus and the Christian way. Marriage is a special moment when a couple ‘becomes as one’. For all these occasions, we offer informal preparation and a great chance to ask questions.


We are committed to supporting those in need in our community and those who suffer the effects of deprivation and injustice. As a church, we pledge to tithe a proportion of our income back to the community as a way of participating with what God is doing in transforming our communities. Throughout the year, we make appeals and hold fundraising events to support those in need.

Latest developments

A step closer to healing for Molweni flood victims

A family whose house was washed away by the floods is in the process of rebuilding.

Orchestra raises the roof at St Agnes Anglican Church

One of the oldest South African orchestras played to an enthusiastic audience in Kloof, last weekend.

Support group heals through sharing

St Agnes' Anglican church in Kloof is set to host our 'Grief Share' programme that will help people grieve their loved ones.

Grief counselling course offered in Kloof

GriefShare is a grief support programme starting on Saturday, August 20 at St Agnes Church.

St Agnes' steps to provide much-needed help

The disaster appeal set up by St Agnes' Church has provided funds for church members to hand out food, water, blankets, clothing and toiletries to Molweni residents through their Philangethemba Impact NPC.''

St Agnes' seminars in full swing

The free seminars are open to all members of the public and according to Revd Ngcobo will be held every first Tuesday evening of the month.