Montagu Community Church was founded in 1986 by a small group of Christians who wanted to establish a non-charismatic, independent, English speaking fellowship in Montagu.
In order to ensure that the teaching and preaching remained biblical, the founders adopted the doctrinal principals of several of the denominations that agree with the fundamentals of reformed evangelical Christian doctrine i.e. The Thirty Nine Articles (Church of England), The Westminster Confession of Faith (Presbyterian),The Savoy Declaration (Congregational) and The London Confessional 1689 (Baptist ).
The church, which is not affiliated to any other church, is managed by a Council elected annually from among its members. An independent body of Trustees, comprising of a number of senior pastors or officers of some of the main evangelical reformed churches is responsible for the maintenance of the Evangelical and Reformed theological position of the Church.
The Bible is the inspired and inerrant word of God;
All people are by nature fallen and in need of personal salvation.
Salvation is by God’s grace through faith alone in Jesus Christ our Lord and Saviour.
The virgin birth, life, sufferings and death of our Lord Jesus Christ, his bodily resurrection and ascension into Heaven and His present priestly intercession for His people and His personal return in glory
The unity of the Godhead and divine co-equality of Father, Son and Holy Spirit
The resurrection of the body and the judgement of the world.
Services are held every Sunday at 9h00 at the ACVV Hall (1 Krom Street).
Ladies Bible study is held every Wednesday at 10h00 and alternates between 16 Van Riebeek & Street (082 563 6640) & 8 Brink Street 9 (023 614 2446)
Church Bible studies are held every Thursday at 9h30 at the ACVV Hall (1 Krom Street) and are followed by a Prayer Meeting at 10h30 in the same venue.
1 Krom Street, Montagu
|Contact:||Pastor John Lansdell or Mike Folan (079 029 2404)|
|Cell:||083 391 3954|