In Isaiah 1:17, Isaiah was reminding the people what the Lord was asking of them:
“Learn to do good; seek justice, correct oppression; bring justice to the fatherless, plead the widow’s cause.”

This powerful message was not only meant for the nation of Israel, but also for us as believers today.

At Every Nation Somerset West, we are committed to the knowledge that we have been called, as believers and as a church, to be socially responsible in our cities and surrounding communities.

We are firmly committed to demonstrating the compassion of Christ to those who are hurting, in need, or without hope through active service and tangible involvement.  We desire to see the people of our community brought to wholeness in both body and soul through relational generosity and the saving knowledge of Jesus Christ.

If you would like to get involved, or know more about our social responsibility expressions, please contact Susie Erwin at


Blanket Drive
  • Partnering with Every Nation Zola
  • Benefits the members of Zola and Nomzamo, Strand
  • Beginning each April, campaign runs the full month, ends on Mother’s Day
Mama Themba Awareness:
  • Month of August
  • Raise awareness, volunteers and funding for Mama Themba
Christmas Shoeboxes:
  • Benefits Agape Educare and other creches in our communities. (Overseen by Katie Miller)
  • Begins end of October, runs through November
Volunteers are welcomed and encouraged for any of the annual events posted above, as well as the following service opportunities under ENSW’s   ministerial care:


Mama Themba: 
Mama Themba, a Thembalitsha project, offers ante-natal and post-natal education, along with encouraging support to mothers who would not otherwise have access to such care and services.  Mama Themba staff and volunteers offer their time to properly educate, train, and aid mothers on how to care for their newborns and their families.
Mama Themba works into Helderberg Hospital and Macassar Day Hospital, along with 4 other area clinics.  There are also a variety of volunteering opportunities ranging from office admin to visits to the hospital. To learn more about Mama Themba, or how you can get involved, contact  Lindy Officer at or Susie Erwin at


Themba Training:
Themba Training, a Thembalitsha project, aims to equip individuals in the local communities with practical skills and experience to become small business owners or enter into the formal or informal job market.  Through skills such as computer training and hand crafts and sewing, coupled with basic business and life skills, Themba Training gives hope of a better life to vulnerable individuals in our community.
Themba Training offers several different volunteering opportunities ranging from office admin to hands on skills service.
To learn more about Themba Training or how you can get involved, contact Marla van der Merwe at


ThembaCare Grabouw:
Located over Sir Lowry’s Pass in Grabouw, ThembaCare Grabouw, a Thembalitsha Project, serves is a 24 hour overnight Hospice facility for the town of about 75,000+.  ThembaCare provides quality palliative & holistic for those who are terminally ill and whose lives are at risk.  ThembaCare offers both In-patient care through their 9 bed unit, and Home-based care to approximately 300 patients.
The ThembaCare Staff provides for the physical needs of their patients, as well as ministering to their emotional and spiritual needs.
To learn more about ThembaCare Grabouw, or how you can get involved, contact Susie Erwin at


Agape Educare:
Agape Educare offers a safe, caring learning environment for preschool children in the communities of Zola and Nomzamo.  Founded by our EN Zola Pastors Linda and Thabisa Mdolomba,
Agape provides a loving educational facility that helps prepare their little students for primary school, and beyond.  The curriculum taught encompasses general learning skills along with themes of necessary life skills    such as self-care, getting along well with others, caring for your community and  the world around us and making Godly choices.
To learn more about Agape Educare, or how you can get involved, contact Thabisa Mdolomba at  or Susie Erwin at




Somerset West Night Shelter:
The Somerset West Night Shelter appreciates volunteers and offers a    variety of opportunities to serve—from crafts to ministry opportunities.  They are located at  71 Church Street, Somerset West.  To find out more about how to the Night Shelter, or how to get involved, visit their website at or contact them at
You can also purchase Night Shelter vouchers at Connect Corner, each Sunday morning.