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ESCC is Open on Sundays

The ESCC hall is open in a limited capacity for worship services on a Sunday morning!

Now that the restrictions have been lifted slightly, we can meet again in the hall on a Sunday morning. However, we will CONTINUE to live stream all our services to our YouTube channel during this time.  So you will have the option  of coming to the ESCC Hall or continue to watch online from home.

A time of worship, fellowship and a message at 9am on a Sunday morning.

In the ESCC Hall.  The Babies’ Room will be available for 0-3 year olds, and the older children (3 years old to Grade 6) will meet in the classrooms off the quad.

We are limited to the amount of people we are able to safely seat in the hall so we are grouping our attendance by cell group.  This ensures that we can accommodate everyone who arrives on a Sunday morning.  If you are NOT in a cell group, you are welcome to attend any Sunday and we will endeavour to seat you safely in to the hall.   All children are very welcome.  There is Children’s Church every Sunday.

Each Sunday we will invite a few cell groups at a time, thereby giving all our ESCC family a chance to attend a Sunday service every five weeks.  Please will you be seated by 8:50am to ensure minimal disruption to the start of the live streaming.

More Info:
Strict COVID-19 regulations
will be followed at all times, with physical distancing, regular sanitising and wearing of masks required by everyone who attends the services.  Everyone who enters the hall will have to complete a form recording their personal details and any COVID symptoms they might be experiencing.  NB: Streams will be CLOSED and we won’t be serving tea and coffee after the service.

You can complete your screening form at home before you come to church.  If you need any help with this, please be at the Streams entrance between 8:30am and 8:40am.  There will be people at the entrance to help you with this.  Please be seated by 8:50am.

Here is the link to the online form

that you are required to complete (one form per family.) This link can be SAVED to your cell phone home screen for future use.

This is what the next few months will look like.  Our cell groups are grouped into 5 clusters, and we will rotate the clusters each week on a 5-week rotation.  See which cell groups are in each cluster at the bottom of this page.

Sunday 14 February: CLUSTER GROUP 1
Sunday 21 February: CLUSTER GROUP 2
Sunday 28 February: CLUSTER GROUP 3
Sunday 7 March: CLUSTER GROUP 4
Sunday 14 March: CLUSTER GROUP 5

Sunday 21 March: CLUSTER GROUP 1
Sunday 28 March: CLUSTER GROUP 2

NB: Our services over the Easter weekend (Friday 2nd April and Sunday 4th April will be ONLINE services ONLY.  The hall will be closed.)

Sunday 11 April: CLUSTER GROUP 3
Sunday 18 April: CLUSTER GROUP 4
Sunday 25 April: CLUSTER GROUP 5

This is how we have grouped our cell groups together:

CLUSTER GROUP 1:  (Cluster leader Ferguson)
Cell Group Cawdry
Cell Group Finlay
Cell Group GLaughton
Cell Group Kriek
Cell Group Mundell
Cell Group Noble
Cell Group Schafer

CLUSTER GROUP 2: (Cluster leaders Watt & Roets & Elders)

Cell Group Best
Cell Group De Wet
Cell Group FIndlay
Cell Group Livingstone
Cell Group McQuade
Cell Group Willmore

Cell Group CvdMerwe
Cell Group De Villiers
Cell Group Roets
Cell Group TLaughton

CLUSTER GROUP 3:  (Cluster leaders Webster & Harris)
Cell Group Kirsten
Cell Group Kretzmann
Cell Group De Lange
Cell Group Maritz
Cell Group Nicholls

Cell Group Goodwin
Cell Group Harris

CLUSTER GROUP 4:  (Cluster leaders JMcCallum, BMcCallum & CNel)
Cell Group Bester
Cell Group Chiriwo
Cell Group Dennett
Cell Group Koen
Cell Group Maberly

Cell Group Le Roux

Young Adult Cell Groups

CLUSTER GROUP 5:  (Cluster leader Verrynne)
Cell Group Alistoun
Cell Group Howard
Cell Group JVDMerwe
Cell Group Rosselli

We will continue to live stream all our services to our YouTube channel during this time.

Access our YouTube channel here …


Feb 14


Apr 30


ESCC – Hall
Lord's Walk, Durbanville


Katherine Croxford
079 445 6524

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