Holiday Club 2015

jhsvWelcome to Howick Holiday Club 2015 pre-registration facility.
This year’s ‘Hero Holiday Club’ runs every morning (08h30– 12h30) through the week of 29 June – 03 July and is specifically suited for children between grades 1 to 7.

By pre-registering your child you are ensuring them a place in this year’s holiday club as pre-registered children will get preference should we be stretched beyond our operating capacity. Please make use of the online facility below or register telephonically through the Howick Community Church office on 033 3305943 (office hours only).

Once again we are thrilled to announce that there will be no admittance cost for any child to attend holiday club. We will make a facility available for voluntary donations should you wish to contribute to the running costs.

Online pre-registration closes on Thursday 25 June but, in the event of their still being space, your children may still be registered every morning of holiday club from 08h00 and 08h30 from Monday, 29 June.

See you there!

The Holiday Club Team

Online registration form:

Name of Child
Name of Child2
Second Child Grade Grade
Name of Child3
Third Child Grade Grade
Contact Person
Cell Number
Additional Comments
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Missions Committee members:

  • Roland Gevers (Chairman)
  • Ros Tessendorf
  • Howard Long
  • Bill Berry

Our Mission Statement is to fulfill Matthew 28:18-20 viz. “I have been given complete authority in heaven and earth. Therefore, go and make disciples of all nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father and the Son and the Holy Spirit. Teach these new disciples to obey all the commands I have given to you. And be sure of this: I am with you always, even to the end of the age.”

To this end the focus of our Missions is directed towards standing alongside and supporting existing missionaries and pastors or churches already planted, locally and further afield.

The financing of our mission work stems primarily from the tithes and gifts of congregation members, with the missions committee being mindful of being good stewards of what ultimately belongs to God.

Our Vision Statement for Missions is that all within the Howick Community Church accept that they are entering the missions field everytime they leave the church building.

To this end we promote mission and missionary literature in the church library, establish and maintain regular , meaningful and two-way communication with the missionaries and/or organizations we support, invite missionaries to visit the church and hear them speak or preach at both church and cell group meetings, and seek to promote church ownership of missions by publicizing the mission activities through report-backs to the congregation.

Please click here for List of missionaries and mission activities we currently support…

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List of missionaries and mission activities we currently support:

  1. Rev. George & Peggy Ngamlana: BUSA, Private bag X45, WILRO, 1731
    tel. (011) 768-5980, e-mail:
  2. Rev. Jack & Myrtle Donnell: ZEMA, 18 Fisant Crescent, Chase Valley, PIETERMARITZBURG, 3201 
    tel. (033) 394-3147, e-mail:
  3. Jinx & Dawn Reyneke: AIM, P.O. Box 190, Mount Selinda, ZIMBABWE
    tel. (00-258-82) 639-8279, e-mail: and
  4. Rev. Dr. George Mnisi, The Principal – Union Bible Institute, P.O. Box 50, HILTON, 3245
    tel. (033) 343-4547 (our support goes towards the students)
  5. Jacko Pretorius, Hunger & Thirst Coordinator, P.O. Box 3563, DIAMOND, 8305
    tel. (082) 755-9144, e-mail:
  6. Learnmore Manyenya, Pastor – Mashvinga Baptist Church, Mashvinga, ZIMBABWE
    tel. (00-263-11) 39-5834 [in Zimbabwe]; (084) 645-9417 [in RSA], e-mail:

BUSA: Baptist Union of South Africa
ZEMA: Zion Evangelical Ministries of Africa
AIM: Africa Inland Mission

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Howick Community Church’s various ministries

Please contact us to find out more about our ministries or use the drop-down menu above to see more info.

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