Last updated on
19 January 2018
St Paul's Church is in the centre of Rondebosch.
Just above the Main Road, opposite the famous Rondebosch Fountain, you will find
the Anglican Parish Church of St Paul. It has served the community of Rondebosch for
more than 180 years. The church receives no formal funding and depends on the generosity
of its congregation and friends to maintain the fabric of the building and the graveyard, and to
support its ministry in the area.
Please feel free to visit us for a service or just to walk around the church and the graveyard.
Please note the following changes and additions to the usual service times:
- Both the church and the hall will be closed from 8 to 12 January for fumigation.
- On Sunday 21 January there will be one service only, at 09:00, to say farewell to Fr Jim.
- On Wednesday 24 January the Revd Reeva Mulder will be installed as the new rector at 19:00.
- Sunday 28 January is our patronal festival, and there will be one service only, at 09:00, followed by a parish breakfast in the hall. This will be the Revd Reeva's first service at St Paul's.
The Mission Statement of St Paul's Parish is ...
be a united fellowship of diverse people dedicated to worshipping God
and spreading the Gospel in the power and compassion of the Holy Spirit.
The Five Marks of Mission are:
- To proclaim the Good News of the Kingdom
- To teach, baptise and nurture new believers
- To respond to human need by loving service
- To transform unjust structures of society, to challenge violence of every kind and pursue peace and reconciliation
- To strive to safeguard the integrity of creation, and sustain and renew the life of the earth
We also have a Facebook Group - do join and push up the numbers.
Facebook Group: St. Paul's Rondebosch (Anglican Church)
If you are looking for your ancestors in the Parish Registers, please contact the former rector,
Fr Derek Pratt, whose hobby is genealogy and who is willing to help you.
Go to Parish history – Property for more information on the graveyard and those buried there.
Those interested in genealogy:
For information on those buried at Black River Cemetery from 1926 to 1946 please click here.
Click here for a copy of this week's pew leaflet (Adobe Reader required).
Click here for Archbishop Thabo's blog site, where you can find his latest statements.