Core Beliefs

The name Seventh-day Adventist includes vital beliefs for us as a Church. ‘Adventist’ reflects our passionate conviction in the nearness of the soon return (‘advent’) of Jesus. ‘Seventh-day’ refers to the Biblical Sabbath which from Creation has always been the seventh day of the week, or Saturday.
Adventists hold 28 fundamental beliefs that can be organized into six doctrines: the doctrines of God, man, salvation, the church, the Christian life and last things. In each teaching, God is the architect, who in wisdom, grace and infinite love, is restoring a relationship with humanity that will last for eternity.
  • Holy Scriptures
  • Trinity
  • Holy Spirit
  • Creation
  • Nature of Man
  • Great Controversy
  • Growing in Christ
  • Church
  • Remnant and its mission
  • Baptism
  • The Gift of Prophecy
  • The Law of God
  • Sabbath
  • Second Coming of Christ
  • Death and Resurrection
  • New Earth

Service Times!

  • Morning Service
    09:00 – 10:45
  • Divine Service
    11:00 – 12:30
  • Afternoon Service
    14:45 – 17:00

Active Ministries

Society is composed of families and each family therefore impacts society. The Family Ministries department acknowledges that if the families are godly, then society itself will be godly. Not only for that end, but also desires that all those who do not know God, should be led to seek Him because of the example each family gives to the outside world.

Family Ministries aims to restore God’s ideal plan for His people. Not only to ensure true happiness within each family, but also so that each family unit-be it nuclear or untraditional- becomes a mission resource. It is written that a well-ordered family is a powerful influence for good in the world and the greatest desire that the Family Ministries department has is to be, and to lead others to be, that great influence for good, just as God is good. They aim to help achieve this by conducting studies, retreats, reading inspired books about the way God designed families to be run. With knowledge, comes the ability to perform the way God desires us to perform. And so the Family Ministries department informs and guides those who already are heads of families, and those who desire to form families as well counselling those who have problems within their families

Everyone knows the secular saying that the children are the future. But we believe the children are the present too. They need to be nurtured and taught to reach their full potential right now. Not in preparation for becoming leaders as adults, but in preparation to fulfilling the great commission right now, in this generation.

With that idea in mind, the Children’s Ministries department at Cape Central Church exists to help children reach their potential not as future business men or teachers, but as current missionaries. The aim is to teach them to love God’s Word, to obey it and to teach anyone they come across about the good news found within that Word. The aim of Christian education is to lead the children to Christ, right now and it is the aim of the teachers to be true to that aim. Children are but younger members of God’s family, and in the same way we work to reach the unreached, we realise that children are also blank slates, whose salvation is to be sought diligently. Their Sabbath School classes, their participation in main services, their afternoon lessons that aim to see God in nature are all planned with this end in mind – “May they see God, love Him and want to not only be with Him through eternity, but also want to lead others to do the same.”

As the department we believe that health is the state of complete physical, mental [spiritual] and social well-being and not merely the absence of disease or infirmity.

So we will discover that “wrong habits of eating and drinking leads to error in thoughts and actions” (CH pg 67) and “without health no one can as distinctly understand or as completely fulfil his obligations to himself, to his fellow beings, or to his Creator. Therefore the health should be as faithfully guarded as the character.(Ed196)

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  • We were on holiday, in capetown and as the sabbath approached we were eager to worship somewhere but not sure where. We checked the internet for the nearest chrch & fortunately there was a contact number. We called the number and a warm & very helpful person offered to come pick us at the hotel on sabbath morning. It was a cold day- different from what we expected however,we soon forgot about the cold as we were welcomed warmly by members of the church.
    We had planned to go back to the hotel during lunch but we were invited to stay for lunch & the afternoon program which we thoroughly enjoyed- it was a trully blessed sabbath away from home. As the day went on we made friends, brothers & sisters at this church and look forward to our next visit to capetown to re-visit capecentral SDA church.
    God bless & may God's love continue to be felt & experienced by all who come to visit.
    Elijah & Thabani Mukubonda
    Visiting couple from Namibia
  • It was a wonderful worship experience at Cape Central SDA Church. I enjoyed the lesson study in the Sabbath School which was rich, spirit filled, and rewarding. What intrigued me most was the singing. The tunes of some of the songs are different from the usual tunes I have heard at home and in other places.
    Lazreen Thomas
    Visitor from USA