A week to remember

Anrich Potgieter Blog

By Corlia de Villiers, qualified social worker with a passion for family relations, encourager, mom of two daughters, piano player, photographer …   My eldest daughter recently came up with the idea of honouring each member of our family for a week, starting with the eldest to the youngest. It is called ‘honour (name) week’ and features on our family …

End of an era

Anrich Potgieter Blog, General News

  Over the years Hatfield Family News has worn different jackets in various shapes and styles, printed on plain to glossy paper. We recorded many memorable moments and events from big to small, happy to sad. In the spirit of the new season we are in, our monthly newsletter is also undergoing a makeover. This will mean a lot less …

Beyond ourselves

Hatfield Church Blog

God’s desire remains to be our God, and for us to be His people. The 2016 Week of Prayer and Fasting was an incredible time of refocusing our whole beings on God. One of the prayers that stood out was, ‘Lord, we do not want to work for You anymore, we want to work with You! We may not know …

Why volunteers do what they do

Hatfield Church Blog

By Cheryl van den Heever, Head of LaunchPad, missionary kid who loves connecting people to a real God, living out her love for painting by creating crazy cakes for grandsons, recovering social media addict …   It’s been fun and greatly inspiring to ask dozens of volunteers why they do what they do for a new set of posters we’re …

Where we come from

Hatfield Church Blog, General Information

  People often look for us in the Hatfield suburb of Pretoria, because that’s where we come from. Our first church building was in South Street, but for the past 30 years we’ve been situated on a hill on Hope Street overlooking Pretoria East. Our Hatfield roots form part of a rich history of growing and moving with the Holy …