Please note that we are not meeting for in person services at the moment. You can find our online services here every Sunday at 9am!

Join us on Sundays

We don’t meet for church, we are the church! Church of the Holy Spirit is a group of people who can’t wait to meet each other, worship God and learn more from his word. CHS is known for its friendliness and warmth. On Sunday mornings we gather together to sing and express our love for God, pray and listen to a message firmly rooted in the word of God. You are welcome to join in or simply observe, as you feel comfortable. Our meetings keep both believers and non-believers in mind. After the meeting many stay to chat over a great cup of coffee, so please feel free to join us.

We follow COVID19 Level 1 safety protocols joining together in person and online for a live streamed Sunday service at 9am. 

Sunday mornings

The Church of the Holy Spirit meets at 38 Raapkraal Road, Kirstenhof, Cape Town. CLICK FOR DIRECTIONS ⇒

Here are the Sunday meeting times: 

9:00 am Sunday Worship: Weekly worship led by a band, teaching that applies the Bible to our lives, and an opportunity to receive prayer ministry. Holy Communion is shared on the 1st Sunday of every month. Great coffee, tea and snacks are served afterwards.

11:15 am Family Worship:  COVID friendly, family-focused service for all ages on the 1st Sunday of every month.

Children’s Church @ 11:15am Family Worship

We invite children to experience church as a joy-filled place to belong, be loved and to be valued. Children are a vital part of the body of Christ – Jesus welcomes them!

Our prayer is that each child is rooted in the amazing love of Jesus, and excited to be part of God’s mission in the world.

We have compiled lesson and activity packs for primary school age children and there are kids church videos on our YouTube page too. Click on the links below to view or download.

I am… Home Activity Pack

Kids Church Video Playlist

“CHS gatherings are special – a real sense of community and welcome – usually amongst a bit of chaos and noise”

(Guest at CHS Sunday Service)