The Gospel is for the world.

At Gracefields church we take Jesus' commission to "go into the world and make disciples of all nations" seriously. For this reason we earnestly seek to identify, support and send gospel workers to strategic areas in our country, continent and world.


Spiritual Support

We stay in regular contact with our partners so that we can be attuned to their needs and ministry. We also share their news regularly in our services and through newsletter updates. We pray for our partners in monthly prayer meetings, in our Fellowship Groups, and in our individual prayers.

You can find our monthly prayer newsletter here:

This Month's Prayer Diary

Financial Support

Gracefields Church supports our Missions Partners financially by sharing a portion of the money that is given to the church.

You can find out more about this and how you can support our Missions Partners financially here.


Eugene & Dawn Reyneke

Eugene has a church planting ministry & a rural Bible School where he trains the pastors. He is also involved in building houses for other missionaries who have come to Mozambique & getting them settled. Dawn teaches and ministers to the women in Espungabera and the villages. They are missionary team leaders in their area.


Rod & Glenda Thomas
Sendai, Japan

The Thomas's work to strengthen and grow the church in Japan through outreach events, providing biblical teaching, and in practical support ministries (such as relief work after a tsunami) The Thomas’s describe their vision: “We want to see the great commission fulfilled in Japan. To that end the word of God must be faithfully and regularly preached to everybody. This is best done through a Japanese church. My role is mainly to feed the Sendai church the word of God so that it becomes joyful, bold and evangelistic and a sharp instrument in the

Greg Phillips
Mukhanyo Theological College

Greg is lecturing and is also the Academic Registrar for Mukhanyo Theological College. Mukhanyo Theological College is a multi-denominational Christian academic institution, that provides in-depth Bible training to church leaders and young people who want to prepare themselves for the ministry of God’s Word.




Cricket Meyer

Cricket works with Uyesu Unathi in Khayelitsha. She has many years of experience in children’s ministries and school based ministries. "To share God’s word through Bible study and counselling in less fortunate areas like Khayelitsha.  Sharing the gospel and allowing God to use me in the different situations in Khayelitsha."


Katleho & Delight Meslane
St Thomas Church, Heideveld

Katleho leads the Kids Ministry at St Thomas Church in Heideveld. Heideveld lies on the Cape Flats, an area of considerable poverty and troubled by active and powerful gangs. He is also involved in discipling the young adults and assisting the Senior Pastor there. Katleho is married to Delight and they have to children, Mpho and Lintle.


The EXPLORE Course
George Whitefield College

The Explore Correspondence Course is an 8-module programme, developed by George Whitefield College, aimed at equipping grassroots pastors, lay leaders and congregations. Explore students are located in many countries in Africa and are receiving high-quality theological education that they would otherwise not have access to.

Nevil Carrington, a member of Gracefields, leads this project at GWC. For more information, please visit: EXPLORE or contact Nevil at


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Contact Details

021 785 6682