St Francis United Church has been multi-denominational since its inception, sponsored by the Anglican and Methodist churches.

As such our facilities are available to both members and others who wish to use the church for special occasions. Regular services are held every Sunday morning, with an evening service every second Sunday of the month. We have an active Sunday school for children    during the morning service, and a Youth group for teenagers on Friday nights. St Francis United Church is also available for weddings, funerals and memorial services.

bibleDaily Reading

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MondayPlanned for God’s Pleasure! – Isaiah 29:13-16 & Romans 12:1

TuesdayWhat makes God Smile? – Matthew 22:34-40 & Hebrews 11:6

Wednesday: God Wants All of You! – John 4:4-26

ThursdayGod Calls You His Friends!  – John 15:9-17

FridaySometimes God Seems Far Away! – Job 23:1-12

Saturday: A Child of God! – Galatians 3:23-29

crossThis Sunday

June 16th 2019

07h30 Communion Service

John 16: 12-15 (page 1124)


08h30 Service

Psalm 8 (page 564)
Romans 5: 1-5 (page 1174)
John 16: 12-15 (page 1124)

74 Prayers

  • Please pray for Margie as she prepares for the services next week.
  • Thy Kingdom Come: Imagine the longing in God’s heart for your five friends to know His love. All He did for you, He did for them. Pray for the eyes of your five friends to be opened to all that Jesus offers them, and that they would turn their faces to Him and enjoy the warmth of His love.
  • Pray for the St Francis Surf Project and for Nigel Savel as he works toward the upliftment of young children.
  • Pray for the staff of the Sea Vista Clinic as they work under difficult conditions.
  • Management member for prayer – Laurin Guether.

“Come, Lord, stir us up and call us back. Kindle and seize us. Be our fire and our sweetness. Let us love. Let us run.”
Augustine of Hippo


  • We welcome visitors worshipping with us today. If you are new in the area, please ask for a welcome pack.
  • Next Sunday’s services are at 07h30 (with Communion) and at 08h30.
  • Tonight’s evening service at 18h00 continues the journey of Boundless Compassion as we look at The River of Suffering’.
  • St Francis Hospice Shop in Humansdorp is urgently needing donations of clothing, linen, kitchenware, books, appliances, and general bric a brac. All proceeds go towards the provision of palliative care to patients in the Kouga region.
  • Alpha: We have moved our Alpha Course to Springtime for this year. More info will follow, and if you are interested, please contact Laurin or Clare Millson.
  • Please note that Revd Lew Slade will be away until 25th