Current course: Hand-in-Hand where the objective is to equip churches to have a positive impact in preventing and responding to sexual violence in their church and community.
Current societal topics are also covered with a theological reflection. The session is open to everybody.
Gr 7 – 12
From little children to Gr 7
We share God's word and love with fun and laughter.
Teen church is a place to belong, a place where any student can be “Home”.
As they say, many hands make light work. Food packing where we feed the needy in Pretoria and surroundings.
For ladies to join in fellowship, caring and outreach while “Knowing Christ and making Him known”.
A body of Christ committed to spread the love and brighten the lives of those around us under the motto, " Knowing Christ and making Him known".
Support for Gender Based Violence and Femicide victims. Contact the minister or office to access this support group.
Branch: Zambezi Drive (230145)
Account Type: Current
Account Number: 5104 109 4049
Account Holder: MCSA - Sinoville Society
If you would like to volunteer your time, please speak to the minister or society stewards or send an email to the office. We always need door stewards, tea stewards, volunteers to do flowers in the church, Sunday School teachers and maintenance stewards. God says in 1 John 3:18; “Dear children, let us not love with words or speech but with actions and in truth.”
In the late 1970’s a group of Methodist parents started a Sunday School in the garage of their home. Up till then families travelled over the Magaliesburg to the Valley or Central Societies.
Old Sinoville Methodist Church in Zambezi Drive (now Sefako Makgatho Drive where the Dros is)
Old Sinoville Methodist Church in Zambezi Drive
Later they started a Methodist Society which met in the Northridge Primary School Hall. Eventually enough funds were raised to build a small Church.
Bishop Hansie Mattheys and Rev Rob Sim with the opening of the new church building.
In 1982 the original Sinoville Methodist Church on Zambezi Drive (where Montana Crossing is today) was opened. Then in 1996 the original church was enlarged. Soon after the renovations, the building was sold as part of a turnkey deal and they relocated to the current property on 25 July 1999. The new property included a hall and Sunday School buildings (which the original church did not have) as well as a property of 2 hectares.
A welcoming family of worship, fellowship and servanthood – the practical outflowing of who we are as Jesus’ followers.
We believe that the Church is called to make disciples who are committed to the mission of God as demonstrated in Jesus words and teaching. SMC strives to be a place where people can meet with the Risen Christ, engage with His teachings, heed His call to follow and be filled with His Holy Spirit.
We are a vibrant mix of cultures, backgrounds and people who worship predominantly in the common language of English. There is a place for everyone.