We want to make sure that you are ready for this amazing journey that lies ahead.
This page will give you an overview of the following information all serve team members should know:
Prayer & Team Huddles are an important part of being a volunteer. We have prayer before every service for all our volunteers, so make sure you are on time.
We have a specific spot just for you! This helps us to alleviate traffic, and helps you get to your huddles & prayer on time.
We want to make sure that when you have finished serving that you can still take in the message, without disrupting the congregation
We have made it super easy to check yourselves into your positions, and get serving.. all on your mobile phone!
All of the huddle and prayer times for Sunday’s 4 services are as follows:
We have made it super easy to check yourselves into your positions, and get serving. all on your mobile phone!
If you don’t have the app available when you check in, you will still be able to check in using your cellphone number, but the process will take a little longer.
The Check-In Stations will be placed in multiple locations around the campus:
Watch This Video to find out exactly how the process will work.
We also have dedicated seating areas within the main auditorium for volunteers to use when they need to leave the auditorium during the altar call, or when you enter the auditorium later than the service start time.
Theses are located at the back of the auditorium:
Malachi 3:10 Bring the whole tithe into the storehouse…
Use your Credit or Debit card to pay online using Payfast.
You can also use this method to do Instant EFT Payments, as well as pay with Debit Cards.
Your giving can also be deposited directly into our Bank Account:
Bank: Standard Bank
Branch Name & Code: The Glen, 006005
Account Number: 404734693
Account Type: Savings
Account Name: Rhema South Family Church
Use “Tithes” or “Offering” as your reference.
You can make use of our giving envelopes by depositing your contribution in the buckets during offering time. (Please don’t hand over envelopes to anyone).