The Social Action Portfolio at St Mungo's is vibrant, dynamic and active in the community.
Our overriding objective is to share passionately the good news of the Gospel and bring people to know the Lord. Through our actions (assisting in alleviating suffering and meeting short term needs) we demonstrate the love the Lord has for those who are disadvantaged in our community.
We're meant to do life together! Life Groups are the friends we grow, laugh, and serve with as we seek God. Whether meeting physically or virtually, this is a great way for us to build each other up, enjoy the time together and build community and friendship. We all need that in our lives!
St Mungo's is a praying church. We have various mediums through which we come to God in prayer as a church. Every Tuesday, join us Live on Facebook as we lift prayer requests in prayer. On Thursdays, join the community of St Mungo's for an hour of prayer. Every week, we share a prayer for the congregation to pray.
"Prayer is God's answer to our poverty, not a power we exercise to obtain an answer" Oswald Chambers
The Diepsloot Foundation is a Section 21 Company, formed by St Mungo's United Church with the objective of channeling funds, skills and resources into sustainable projects that will benefit and build the competencies of individuals and groupings within the Diepsloot community. The intention is to build a significant fund that is focused on delivering the dreams of selected individuals with potential, identifiable within the Diepsloot community.
An initiative designed to match high school students up to community service projects both in Bryanston and Diepsloot.
Cool2Serve is a project of the Social Action Committee of St Mungo's United Church.
Khulani ECD opened its doors on the 11th January 2017. The word Khulani means grow and our vision is to focus on the child and all aspects of their growth – spiritual, intellectual, emotional and physical in this vital stage of their educational journey – the Foundation phase.
Khulani ECD offers Grade 000 and Grade 00.
The first intake in 2017 comprised 24 children in Grade 000 (aged 3 to 4). In 2018 both grades opened.