New Sermon Series: Gospel Partnership – Philippians
Starting Sunday 6 August
Our gospel partnership is extremely important. And nowhere in the New Testament is this more evident than in the letter to the Philippians! At a time when they faced pressures externally, as well as internally, Paul urges his Philippian ‘partners’ to strive side by side for the Faith of the Gospel (1:27). The teamwork between Christians in Philippi is for advancing the objective truth of the Gospel. Likewise, as we study this powerful letter together, we will learn more about the Gospel—and more about how that Gospel brings us into an enduring partnership that advances God’s Kingdom. Please join us at Jubilee Community Church from August through October as we explore Philippians together.
Tuesday 22 August (Session 1), 7.30 – 9.30pm
Jubilee Centre, Observatory
Our Exploring membership course is a great opportunity to find out more about who we are as a church, what we believe and whether you would like to join Jubilee. It may also help you find your place of fellowship & service within Jubilee. This course consists of two sessions, the first session will take place at Jubilee Centre (Observatory) and the second session will take place in areas. Please sign up at the Info Desk or email Chido: firstname.lastname@example.org
Session 2 will take place in Areas on Tuesday 29 August
Wednesday 23 August, 7.30pm
Jubilee Centre, 21 Nelson Road, Observatory
Come and catch the exciting vision for Jubilee Students for the next few months! All students are gathering together for an evening of fun, food, friendships – and sumo wrestling! We will also hear about the upcoming events and our heart for students during this second semester. All student Life Groups will be coming together – so we will see you all there!
Wednesday 23rd August: 7:30-9:30pm at Jubilee Community Church. Shuttles available from usual residences.
Contact Tom at email@example.com or 0609463495 for any queries.
Jubilee Students: Re-Imagine The City
A fun guided tour and learning experience of District Six history
Saturday 2nd September 2017
Jubilee Students head out to the District Six museum for a guided tour and workshops around District Six and its museum. The guided tour and workshops will be led by ex-residents and promises to be an enjoyable and invaluable learning experience for us all, so please feel free to invite friends and Life Groups along. Students will be taking shuttles from their residences from 9:15am and the event will finish at 1pm. This event is R40 per student. You can sign up via your Life Group Leader or through the website www.jubileestudents.co.za/dsix. More information is available at the Info Desk or by emailing Tom at firstname.lastname@example.org.
In the Lloyd’s Of London insurance market for over 40 years, Richard has held various international industry leadership positions, including being Chairman of a Lloyd’s broking firm.
Today Richard runs his own insurance broking and consulting company and enjoys sharing Christian principles with senior executives in the city of London using The Word One to One.
In addition to international speaking engagements, and television appearances, Richard is an enthusiastic entrant in classic car rallies.
Join us as Richard tells his own story and shares key lessons that can help shape your future.
Ten Minutes to Truth – 33 Kloof St on Sundays
Ten Minutes. Ten Sundays. Jubilee. Kloof Street. 10.30am. July 30 – Oct 1.
Join us as we answer relevant questions and give a reason for our faith. We will cover these ten topics:
How can you know God exists? (Click to view video)
Science is facts, faith is just belief.
You can’t trust the Bible: It’s been changed.
You can’t trust the Bible: It’s full of contradictions.
Why does your God allow such suffering and evil?
What makes Jesus so different from other great leaders?
I’m basically happy. I don’t feel I need God.
Christianity: a white man’s religion; a tool of colonialism
Aren’t all religions showing us different aspects of the same God?
Why sacrifice? Why do I need Jesus to die on a cross for me?
Every Sunday Evening in September.
Celebrating local and diverse bands, food, poetry and much more!
Jubilee Centre, 21 Nelson Road, Observatory
Sunday Evenings in September will be buzzing! After the service at Jubilee Centre, we will be hosting great bands such as The Message’s Kinetic IV and The Vukuhambe Jazz Band from Gugulethu, as well as enjoying local food, spoken words, interviews and much more! This is a great chance to enjoy friendships within the church and also reach out to our non Christian friends, so don’t miss the vibe!
This Friday 1 September, 5.30pm
Join us for an evening of fun, friends & food! What to Bring: your parents, younger siblings & a plate of eats to share. For details about venue and any further info please email: Jeremy Hansen on email@example.com.
The Leadership Summit
Sunday 27 August, 5pm at Jubilee Centre, 21 Nelson Road, Observatory
The Leadership Summit is for all those in Leadership at Jubilee. The next Leadership Summit will take place on Sunday 27 August at 5pm at Jubilee Centre. There will be no Leadership Summit in June.
Pre-service prayer meetings – Sundays at 9am
Sundays 9:00am – 9:20am
If you attend our 9:30am service at 21 Nelson Rd, Observatory, we encourage you to join us to pray with us beforehand – at the top of the Arcade staircase. This is the open area behind the main Auditorium stage – accessible via the doors on the railway side of the stage. All are welcome.
Jubilee Mom’s Tea & Play
Thursdays, 10am-11:30am @ Jubilee Centre
Moms of babies and toddlers, please come and join us every Thursday at 10am in Room 8 for some tea and play together with some discussions and learnings.
For further information please contact Heather Lane on 072 243 7526 or firstname.lastname@example.org. We also have an active WhatsApp and private Facebook group so even if you can’t make our Thursday meetings, please feel free to join this community. Contact Heather to be added.