|Midrand Presbyterian Church|
Having been in Johannesburg now for a little over a year and spending almost every day at work I've not been able to find a church I want to be a part of. Nothing wrong with the churches, more to do with a lack of time and being too exhausted to go out looking. Having been raised by my parents in the Presbyterian church, I find I tend to return again and again to the same church each time I move home, in my case many, many times through my life. I am a Presbyterian, no doubt about it. Anyway, this morning I Googled "Midrand Presbyterian Church" and found this church just a few miles from home so off I went. When I arrived I was impressed by the number of people there and their young ages, compared to the average age of congregants at one other Presbyterian church I had visited about eighteen months ago in Edenvale where everyone was quite a bit older than even me. Then I went inside. Oh Wow! Talk about going back in time. What a magnificent building.
|The pipe organ|
The sermon itself (2 Timothy 3 v 1-5 & 10-17)was about the end times and how mankind was only interested in himself, pretty much how I tend to see this world we live in. Did it speak to my heart? Like bells on a church calling worshipers.
|Imagine that in Midrand|
|details on the downpipe|
|Just look at that workmanship|
|cast iron grill in tiled floor|
|the story of the moving process|