Our Ministry structure is structured to cater for everyone in different age groups. Know more about our ministries to understand which might suit you and your family.

Fellowship Groups

We have a number of Fellowship Groups that meet in various suburbs, at various times. The groups spend time sharing, caring, praying and delving into the Scriptures.

Contact us for information on our groups, and which one is closest to you, so that we can plug you in!.

Men's Ministry


From time to time during the year, the men (from all ages and backgrounds) gather for a Saturday morning meal, and connection time. This is followed by a talk by an invited speaker on an issue of relevance. The intention is to create space for relationship building and conversation, as well as to invite other guys who could benefit from the interaction and the exposure to the Gospel.


Okes was started in early 2012 as a connection time for men to meet, share, pray and engage on issues. The Okes get together each Friday morning at 5.30am at the church, and have chance to consume coffee and muffins while seeking to have “iron sharpening iron.” We try and grapple with a variety of different issues, ranging from doctrinal equipping, through to character development and practical life issues. The guys who attend range from teens to retirees, and we enjoy the dynamic of very different life experiences in our discussions.

We usually wrap up just before 7am, but men can leave as they need to in order to get to work.

Women's Ministry

"And let us consider how to stimulate one another to love and good deeds, not forsaking our own assembling together, as is the habit of some, but encouraging one another; and all the more as you see the day drawing near" - Hebrews 10:24-25


Christian fellowship plays an important role in spiritual growth. It helps in discipling new converts, as it keeps new converts actively participating in church and keeps them involved with people of like precious faith. Not to mention, fellowship is a good way to WIN someone to the Lord. Inviting your unsaved friends to your get togethers will put them in contact with "the Savior".

Now we all know that ladies love to talk, eat and shop, but not alone.  We are social creatures and what better way is there to socialise but to have a Christian ladies fellowship meeting? The In Touch Ladies' Group meets once a quarter for an afternoon of tea, cake, fellowship and Christian encouragement.  The content varies from meeting to meeting, but it often includes a guest speaker who will share their testimony or teach the women in some way about the Lord.  It is an opportunity to connect with other ladies, to laugh, cry and share together, to connect and to grow together in Christ. A notice is published in the church notices for each event, with details about the theme and content for that particular meeting.  We would love to see you there!


The “Woman to Woman” group was launched in May 2016 to create a specific and regular space for our women (of all ages and backgrounds) to engage as women on biblical truths. We want to see our ladies growing in the grace and knowledge of Christ, and grappling with the application of God’s truth to their unique issues. A strong focus is sharing and mutual prayer.

“Woman to Woman” meet every second Saturday morning at the church from 7 – 8.30am

Tea & coffee is available, and ladies are free to come and go as they need to.

Youth Ministry


Grades 1 to 7

Fridays 5:30pm to 7pm


Grades 8 to 12

Sundays 3pm to 5 pm

Kid's Bible Hour

Preschool to Grade 7

Sundays 9 am

BLAST is a fun, high energy, enriching youth programme for children in primary school. The children play interactive team games and are then led through a short lesson that equips them for gospel-centred living. Come join us!

At FISH we want to see our teens being equipped to be Faithful In Serving Him. The programme involves chill time, games and teaching from God’s Word. The high schoolers also connect at other times for programmes with other groups, socials, fun events and service opportunities.

At Kid's Bible Hour, our children are taught from a curriculum called “Generations of Grace,” providing rich, systematic biblical instruction. KBH usually runs on Sundays during the Gauteng school terms.

Diepsloot Baptist Fellowship

The Diepsloot Baptist Fellowship is a church plant of Randburg Baptist Church into that needy area, in an effort to bring solid gospel ministry to Diepsloot.

  • Services are currently held at 10am at a crèche on the eastern side of Diepsloot.

  • The men meet for a monthly supper on the 3rd Saturday of each month.

  • Youth activities are held on a Saturday afternoon, catering for late primary school and high school teens.