We exist to honour God by establishing Christ-centered, Spirit-empowered and socially responsible churches and campus ministries in every nation.


We believe that God is calling us to be a socially responsible church on personal, congregational and citywide levels.


As a citywide church we want to make a sustainable long term impact. Our citywide focus is a Bursary program which will have our first intake of students in 2023. We are also trusting God to pioneering a child Haven in 2023.

Africa Havens Tshwane

In South Africa, there are an estimated 3,7 million orphans and 3500 babies are abandoned annually – with no hope of experiencing the love of their heavenly Father. The need is big, but we know an even bigger God who loves to redeem the most broken. As a socially responsible church, we as Every Nation Tshwane believe that God has given the mandate of “caring for the orphan” to His church, to every believer.

“Religion that is pure and undefiled before God the Father is this: to visit orphans and widows in their affliction, and to keep oneself unstained from the world.” James 1:27
We have affiliated with African Havens (Every Nation Johannesburg), drawing on their experience of more than 30 years, to establish Havens in Tshwane.

The Every Nation Tshwane Baby Haven wants to be the hands of Christ to touch, to heal and to bring wholeness to vulnerable children by providing a loving home and discipleship in the word, the presence and the power of God. We want to see children return to the joy of childhood. We want to be a beautiful part of the answer to Africa’s orphan crisis.

Tswalo House Baby Haven

We are excited to announce that we as Every Nation Tshwane are launching our first of many Baby Havens in Tshwane. Through the Baby Haven we as Christ church have the opportunity to partner with God to set the vulnerable in families and provide them the joy that their Heavenly Father provides. Our Haven will be a Cluster Foster Home, a family setup with 6 babies (aged 0-3 years ) with house parents supported by staff and volunteers. A baby haven provides a temporary safe home for abandoned, abused, and neglected babies until permanent placement is arranged.


You can give financially to Tswalo Baby Haven please use the reference "Tshwane Baby Haven"
Every Nation Joburg Foundation
Nedbank 198765
Account no: 1272926265
Swift Code - NEDSZAJJ
All financial capital donations will be eligible for 18A benefits. To verify if your donation in-kids will be eligible, please contact To obtain your 18A certificate for a cash donation, please email Gerhard.
Get Involved


Through our congregations we have been involved in initiating and supporting many community projects and social responsibility initiatives since 2010.
We have endeavoured to mobilise volunteers, raise funds locally, supply training and resources, and through these engagements we have been able to support existing initiatives as well as starting new initiatives.

Congregational Projects


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Dandelei Community Choir

Dandelei Community Choir was established in May 2023. We dream of seeing people from various walks of life and socio-economic circumstances coming together to sing, and in the process, by giving of oneself through singing, finding community and hope.

The word Dandelei is a combination of the words dandelion and leirmotif. Leitmotif is a musical term that refers to a recurring theme throughout a musical composition. This choir's leitmotif is hope, and like a dandelion's seed that spreads far and wide when the wind blows on it, we trust that God's message of hope will spread far and wide through our voices.

Anyone is welcome to join our choir. We are situated in Elardus Park. Time: Mondays 18:00-19:30. Rehearsal venue: NG Kerk Elarduspark


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Just Home

Just Home is a foster home founded by Anne Freeke in Kloofsig, Centurion. The vision of Just Home is to create a family environment of belonging for girls that had to be legally removed from their parental homes. With a place to call home these girls can grow into confident, healthy adults. Anne is also a big proponent for foster care and it is her passion to inspire more families to open their hearts and homes to act as foster or adoptive parents.


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Peas in a pod

Peas in a Pod is a Place of Safety and a Child and Your Care Center in the inner city of Pretoria, focusing on the rehabilitation of abused girls. There are currently 8 girls who go to special schools, of which one also has a physical handicap. Our girls range from 8 to 16 years. Peas in a pod has a holistic approach, using an individual development plan that encompasses occupational therapy, psychological assessments and therapy, special needs education, tutoring, counselling, and Christian spiritual care and development.

Buddy boxes

The Buddy box and the Grocery Bag projects were initiated in 2017 by a group of students in Every Nation Hatfield church. The project aims to provide toiletries and groceries to the students at the University of Pretoria who are in need. Secondly, the project proposes to help mobilise the people in the local church to be more vigilant towards people struggling within their sphere of influence.


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Echo Youth Development

As part of our Social Responsibility ministry, we at Every Nation Moot support the ECHO youth development program, which serves vulnerable high school youth and young adults as part of a group of foster homes. Our focus is relationship building and discipleship. Sharing our love for sports and fellowship, we play volleyball together and connect in informal ways.

You can get involved by joining us for volleyball once a month and spend time together. If you are looking for ways to connect with young adults and high schoolers but are not good at sports, you are still welcome to join. We always appreciate extra hands and people who will connect with the students.


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Precious Blessings

Precious Blessings is a Place of Safety headed by George and Heidi Versfeld in The Willows, Pretoria. Along with their three biological daughters (Ellen, Marina and Yvonne) they care for their two adopted sons, three foster children and, at any given time, around ten abandoned children and babies. They believe that every child is a precious blessing and that you can transform a child’s future, no matter what circumstances they were born in, by giving them individual attention and care.

You can get involved by joining our prayer warriors or by volunteering to help with baby stimulation and bath times. We also have a meal team that cooks meals for the home in times where it is needed.

Project Tshepo

Is a project started by Every Nation Willows in Nellmapius, Mamelodi. The vision of this project is to invest in and raise young leaders in this community to become Jesus loving adults with a vision and hope for their future and the future of their community. We get together once a week with the kids and help them with homework and academics. We also have weekly discipleship groups and we have lots of fun together with the kids.

You can get involved by joining us for our weekly programs or for some of our other events throughout the year.

Lerato House

Lerato House is a House of Safety in Muckleneuk, Pretoria. It currently houses 11 girls but differs from time to time. The vision of Lerato house is to ensure that young girls are restored and empowered to take their place in society, or within their families.

Willows has been engaging with Lerato house by building relationships with the House Mother and the young ladies living there. We are hosting different events every month to encourage some of the following aspects. See the girls grow in their relationship with God and become part of Spiritual Family and community, grow in their own confidence and identity, guide the ladies through mentorship that will support them in the decisions they need to make now concerning all aspects of live & seeing these young ladies live in dignity, enjoying live and living in freedom!

Buddy Boxes

The Buddy box and the Grocery Bag projects were initiated in 2017 by a group of students in Every Nation Hatfield church. The project aims to provide toiletries and groceries to the students at the University of Pretoria who are in need. Secondly, the project proposes to help mobilise the people in the local church to be more vigilant towards people struggling within their sphere of influence.


We believe each disciple of Jesus has a Biblical calling to care for the widow, the orphan, the poor, the foreigner and the oppressed in their personal capacity.

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