HeronBridge Community Church is a pop-up church, which means that we set up everything on Sunday mornings. What’s “everything?” you ask… it’s making coffee, setting up chairs, setting up the coffee/tea table, welcome table, offering baskets, kids church, babies play area, etc, and then packing everything away afterwards. There are job cards each Sunday for the work that needs to be done, to ensure that nothing gets forgotten.

We have teams of 3 – 4 people, headed up by a deacon, on duty each Sunday.

If you’d like to help, please WhatsApp Trish 079 034 1545.

Here is the latest duty roster (May – August 2022).



HeronBridge Community Church believes that everyone should have the chance to explore the Christian faith in a safe and comfortable space through questions and discussions. The Alpha Course is a series of sessions, each exploring a different topic around faith, aimed at sparking honest discussion in a non-judgmental and non-threatening environment. Each session is fundamentally centered around good food, a talk and a group discussion.

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HeronBridge Community Church aims to run Alpha Courses twice a year.



The aim and purpose of the Care Ministry is to love and care for those in need in our church community. It takes many forms, and  many are involved in various ways to show love and care e.g. phoning/visiting the sick, comforting those who have experienced loss, making and distributing masks, knitting beanies for the children in Diepsloot, meals for the sick, pamper packages, and of course lots of prayer.

HeronBridge Community Church understands that as the Body of Christ we are called to look after, care for and provide for those who may be struggling.

Upskill HCC aims to reduce poverty in our immediate church community where unemployed or under-employed people can be trained in skills so that they can create items for sale, or start small businesses. The application form is available here. It is also available as a Google Form.

Project220, which was launched during Lockdown, now falls under care. Project220 strives to provide monthly meal packs of nutritious non-perishable food items that may be given to those families or individuals in our church community who are in need.

Should you wish to fill our food parcel pantry, please donate items in the Project220 food parcels. The list of items we need is here.

Donations can also be dropped off at church on Sundays, or with Mandisa Makasi at HeronBridge College, Cottage 9.

Another initiative we have is Second Chance. Donations of second hand clothing can also be dropped off with Mandisa, or brought to church. These clothes are sorted and bundled for re-sale, but  we always first and foremost give to any church members in need. Those who receive bundles for re-sale i.e. those who are unemployed or informally employed, sell the items and tithe from their sales.



Sunday School, or “Heronkidz”, has historically been a place where our children (aged 3 – 12) can have fun as they learn and grow and discover God’s love for them. Through games, activities, and an engaging curriculum, our team aims to inspire curiosity about and love for God. Our hope is that we can be the spark that ignites a deeper sense of identity, belonging, and mission in each and every child we serve.

While the children join the main service for worship and church family time, primary school children leave for their age-appropriate Bible instruction during the sermon time.

Babies and children under the age of 3 should remain with their parents. We provide a picnic blanket at the back of the church, with quiet toys, so that parents of these little ones can stay and enjoy the sermon.



NOTE: The Youth meet on Sundays during the sermon time in the Sunday services. Contact Janique for more information 084 533 7781.

An environment where our teen leaders strive to teach our teens that church can be fun and transformative at the same time.  Our heart is to make a student impact – the kind of place where no one stands alone.

Teen Ministry (High School Kids) runs during the main service on Sunday Mornings from 9am at HeronBridge College when we meet in person.



HeronBridge Community Church is committed to help our Young Adults navigate through the transition into adulthood and solidify their faith.

Young Adults meet weekly for Bible Study on Wednesday nights.

Contact the church for more information.



HeronBridge Community Church is committed and passionate about caring for the community around us, striving to be the hands and feet of Jesus. Understanding that we are called to take care of not only our brothers and sisters, but our wider community too, we are concerned with both the physical needs as well as the spiritual needs which may arise. A devoted and faithful team aims to offer Christ-centered and Biblical support through prayer and counselling, to those who may find themselves in need.

Please join for prayer at 08h30 on Sunday mornings, outside Acacia Hall.

Once a month, on the first Monday of every month, and as a church community, we have a day of prayer and fasting. We have a guide for this, and break the fast at the end of the day with online communal prayer at 6pm.

Should you have any need for prayer or counselling, please contact us at:



Serving is an integral part of who we are at HeronBridge Community Church – From setting up on a Sunday morning; hosting Bible Studies during the week; praying for and reaching out to our community; teaching the youth and the little ones; there are plenty of ways to get involved with the life of our church!

Our ministry teams are always looking for more hands to join them.