A Word to Rebels – Isaiah Session 1

A Word to Rebels Isaiah  1:1 – 2:5 The State of the Nation    Rebellious Children Rejecting DisciplineReligious Hypocrisy  “Religion that God our Father accepts as pure and faultless is this: to look after orphans and widows in their distress and to keep oneself from being polluted by the world.” James 1:27 The Destiny of the Nation The Hope […]

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The Message of Isaiah

Introducing our new study series on Isaiah Isaiah’s Message – Salvation Through Judgement Judgement (ch.1-39) “For how long, O Lord?” “Until the cities lie ruined and without inhabitant….and the land is utterly forsaken”  (Isaiah 6:11,12) Salvation (Ch.40-66) But in the midst of Judgement – Hope (ch.40-66), that God would yet save His people – not just […]

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An October Update from the Presiding Bishop

Dear Friends November is upon us and we are almost at the end of a most unusual year.  The COVID19 crisis has certainly created a ‘new normal’ for us and one wonders just how much longer things will continue in this vein.  Some say it could be years and not months.  Even so, I’m sure […]

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Youth Day Statement – 2020

On this Youth Day, 2020, REACH-South Africa remembers and mourns for the many young people who lost their lives in the struggle against Apartheid. As we pause to remember our painful past, we are also grieved at the many divisions that still exist in our society today. The current focus on racial injustices in the […]

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Public Statement Concerning Easing Restrictions of Worship Gatherings

REACH-SA welcomes the President’s recent affirmation of the role of the faith community in South Africa. We also welcome the recognition of ministers as essential service workers. REACH-SA wholeheartedly supports the call to a National Day of Prayer on Sunday 31 May. We also note the easing of restrictions with regards to worship gatherings and […]

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