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Our community is a home where together we grow in faith, reach up to God in worship and reach out to the community at large. 

Our ministries reflect this through our children’s programmes, care groups, community groups and investment into mission fields.

What we do! Click to find out more

Sunday services

Sunday Morning Service and Children’s Church 9:15am to 10:30am


We meet at the church every Sunday evening at 5:30pm to pray.


Pat Scott will see you in our sunny counselling room via appointment.


ECCC is a church community that desires to reach out close to home as well as further afield.

Spiritual Dance

Tuesday between 6 and 7pm in the church sanctuary. This is an expression of worship, where dancers use movement and music to express the word and spirit of God.
Special Events
Church Saturday Social on 20 May 2023 at 6pm in Craven Hall for Fish and Chips, plus Games.
Community Groups
A place where we form friendships, find accountability and study Gods word together.
Grief Support
We are here to comfort you in your time of need.

For God so loved the world that he gave his one and only Son, that whoever believes in him shall not perish but have eternal life

John 3 vs 16

U-turn homeless support

We assist this ministry by purchasing vouchers online or at the U-Turn store on Imam Haran Road. Vouchers provide more than food and clothing, they are tickets to support and rehabilitation services for a journey to employment. Each pack contains 4 vouchers and costs R50.00


Children’s Church 

The property at 32 Markham Road, Claremont has, as early as 1927,  been used to share the gospel with children from the community. We endeavour to continue that tradition. We are grateful for our dedicated teachers: Romi Matthews, Bev Maxwell and Arthur Chikware who continually encourage our children to grow their faith. Our teenagers are urged to exercise their ministry skills and can often be seen at the church entrance handing out gifts and bible verses or assisting teachers in the classroom.

Breadtags for Wheelchairs

The breadtags that we collect are delivered to a depot in Maitland. The money obtained from recycling these plastic tags helps to purchase wheelchairs for those less fortunate than ourselves.

Contact on:    084 371 2271


Eddie’s Outreach Partners

Started by his wife Jaqui and continued in her memory by Eddie and their son, Robert Sterrenberg.

GlenBridge Special Needs School   *  Margaret’s House (Shelter for boys)

Adam and Renee in Chatsworth      *  Delft Community

Carmen Blom and Nehemiah Safehouses

Seemeeu Pre-School and Huis van Liefde on the West Coast

Protea Old Age Home                         *  Elim Night Shelter

Contact on: Eddie Sterrenberg 083 290 1301