Synodical News

The past month of March has been a very busy time for PSD Stephen Pedro, Manager of Congregational Ministry. He facilitated a number of faith-discerning processes with congregations that included workshops and exploratory discussions. During these discussions, the focus was on the missional calling and task of the congregations, as well as on their vacant […]

Prop. Pieter Windvogel is a child of the Cape Winelands in Robertson. He is the son of Jan Jakobus Windvogel (deceased 28 years ago) and Susanna Johanna (neé Keyster). As a child, his father had a great influence on his life. “I could always go to him with any issue that came my way. The […]

Prop. Pieter Windvogel is ‘n kind van die Kaapse Wynlande in Robertson. Hy is die seun van Jan Jakobus Windvogel (alreeds 28 jaar gelede oorlede) en Susanna Johanna (neé Keyster). As kind, het sy pa ‘n groot invloed op sy lewe gehad. “Ek kon altyd na hom gaan met enige kwessies wat op my pad […]

Proponent Bulelwa Soganga-Potwana was born on 20 October 1988 in the friendly Eastern Cape city of Port Elizabeth. Her parents are Miseka Dorees Soganga and the late Mr Zamile Nqandela. She started her education at Mdengentonga Primary School and matriculated at Ndyebo Senior Secondary School in Motherwell Port Elizabeth. “As a child, and later as […]

Prop. Rachel Linderoth was born and bred in the beautiful historical town of Paarl in the Winelands of the Western Cape where she matriculated at Paulus Joubert Secondary School in 1991. She grew up in a household where God was the centre of everything. Since childhood she and her seven siblings (three sisters and four […]

Vision Creating an integrated Christian Youth Ministry in URCSA Cape, with the goal of equipping, developing and mentoring the children and youth of URCSA Cape (ages 5 to 35 years) in a holistic way – spiritually, socially and personally.   Goals Inspiring our children and Youth to be true followers of Jesus Christ Creating a […]

Proponent Msawenkosi Ntshongwana was born and bred in a small town called Lusikisiki, in the Eastern Cape Province where he attended school at Luzupu Junior Secondary School and obtained his National Senior Certificate at Mqikela Senior Secondary School in 2004. “I grew up under the hands of a praying woman, Vinah Ntshongwana, my granny,” says […]

Prop. Gabriel Conradie was born and bred in Caledon, a small town in the region of the Overberg in the Western Cape. It’s about a 100 km east of Cape Town, and is known for its mineral-rich hot springs. His mother Kathleen Dorothy Conradie and father Henry Gabriel Sneiders Conradie, who was a prison warden […]