Loading Events
  • This event has passed.

US: A story of reconciliation

A day seminar challenging us to move from being “selfies” to being “ussies”

“We don’t want to be a coloured church; we don’t want to be a white church; we don’t want to be a black church; we want to BE the church!”
(Bruce McCallum)

A seminar at ESCC with guest speakers Trevor Nthlola and Adriaan Vlok.  These men will tell their incredible stories of how God brought them to a place of reconciliation.

is welcome.  Bring your friends, your family, your cell group members – everyone!  Child care facilities available. (Register on Quicket below).

Hall – El Shaddai Christian Church
Lord’s Walk (Off Langeberg Rd)

Saturday 17 August
: 9am – 3:30pm.

There is no charge for the seminar.  An offering will be taken in one of the sessions.
Vibrant and interactive childcare (for 3-12 year olds) available at a small fee.
Pre-purchase your meals and child-care facilities now.
Streams Cafe will be open on the day for snacks & premium coffee – or you can bring your own lunch.
Filter coffee, tea, juice and water will be sold for R10 CASH in the church hall.

More info?
If you want to buy lunch or use the child care facilities, please pre-order using the Quicket link above.
Streams Cafe will be open from 8am. Buy a drink and a muffin/snack before the seminar begins.
Premium coffees, other drinks and snacks can also be purchased at the breaks.
Filter coffee, tea, juice and water will be sold for R10 CASH in the church hall.
There will be no free tea or coffee served from the church kitchen.

NOTE: there will be NO youth service on Friday 16 August and NO PM service on Sunday 18 August.

Session 1: 9:am – 10:30am.
Tea break: 10:30am – 11am.
Session 2: 11am – 12:30pm.
Lunch: 12:30pm – 1:30pm.
Session 3: 1:30pm – 3:30pm.

Adrian chairs

About Trevor Nthlola: Trevor is widowed and a father of three – 2 daughters in their twenties and a teenage son.  He is a pastor of The Vineyard International Association of Churches (founded by the late John Wimber) and the leader of the Emthonjeni-Fountain of Life Project.  Trevor is also a post-graduate student at University of Pretoria.

About Adriaan Vlok: Adriaan was minister of Law and Order in South Africa from 1986 – 1991 in the final years of the apartheid era.  In 1999 Vlok was granted amnesty by the TRC.  He was the only cabinet minister to admit community crimes, including the bombing of Khotso House.

In 2006, in a dramatic gesture he washed the feet of Frank Chikane who had been targeted by Vlok for assassination.  Subsequently he sought forgiveness for other activities.  He became a Christian prior to these public apologies and cites these as the cause of his change of heart, his role in forgiveness and his need to seek forgiveness.  In 2015 he started a charity called Feed a Child.


Aug 17


9:00 am - 3:30 pm


ESCC – Hall
Lord's Walk, Durbanville


Katherine Croxford
079 445 6524

Share this Event