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Social Responsibility

We are committed to social responsibility because
Jesus calls us to serve the least of these.

"For I was hungry and you gave me something to eat, I was thirsty and you gave me something to drink, I was a stranger and you invited me in… Truly I tell you, whatever you did for one of the least of these brothers and sisters of mine, you did for me."

Matthew 25:35,40

Jesus calls us to be salt and light in our communities.

"You are the salt of the earth… You are the light of the world. A town built on a hill cannot be hidden… In the same way, let your light shine before others, that they may see your good deeds and glorify your Father in heaven."

Matthew 5:13,14,16

God calls us to stand for justice.

"He has shown you, O mortal, what is good. And what does the LORD require of you? To act justly and to love mercy and to walk humbly with your God.“

Micah 6:8

“Social Responsibility points the finger back to you and me. We are responsible because we know that God loves the orphan, the widow, the poor, the foreigner and the exploited and provides numerous mandates for us to do the same. The heart of Social Responsibility ministry is having the heart of God towards people in difficult circumstances.” 

 — Pastor David Webb —


We practice social responsibility by serving the poor and marginalised in our communities and cities.

We practice social responsibility through numerous initiatives in underprivileged communities.

We pursue social responsibility through compassionate service and by promoting justice in our diverse cultural and political contexts.


Sikhulasonke Development Program:

Sikhulasonke (which means growing together) is a project of the Every Nation Johannesburg Foundation. There are many people in our communities who lack the financial means to provide shelter, food, clothing, access to proper healthcare/education and other basic needs. Sikhulasonke’s mission is to lift people out of poverty and into a place where their human dignity is restored. They choose to go beyond charitable giving and place an emphasis on bringing and supporting unqualified individuals into a place where they can financially support themselves. On 5 December 2023, 47 students from the communities who successfully completed the Boston City Campus Learning Program received certificate in Business Administration (NQF2). As you can see from the pictures, the graduation ceremony was a wonderful time of celebration and exhortation. Boston City Campus donated 86 meals to Sikhulasonke, which were distributed after the graduation ceremony to 86 homeless people at the Transnet building in Braamfontein. And the project continued to make a difference throughout December. A week after graduation, Sikhulasonke handed over 52 food parcels to all the graduates, and it also distributed clothing and food parcels to over 100 people at the Transnet building later in December. Sikhulasonke also continued to participate in community development throughout the Christmas season, such as poverty alleviation, by donating food and clothing, in the hope of providing weekly food parcels to homeless people in the future. Find out more at

The Johannesburg African Havens:

Safe Places to Make Disciples. Every Nation Johannesburg began serving the poor through homework outreaches and by serving other ministries in 1995. They opened the first Baby Home in 2003. Today there are seven Baby and Child Homes, a community upliftment project (Transformation Vrededorp), a women’s empowerment project (Malibongwe), a project to launch young people who grew up in institutional care (Home-based and Work-based), as well as congregational projects to serve the homeless, train entrepreneurs, provide bursaries, as well as a Crisis Relief Team. ​ For more information, please contact:

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One of the many Social Responsibility initiatives that are being run in our regional family is Thandanani. This initiative, run in Johannesburg, aims to assist displaced (homeless) people in their community. The primary form of outreach is discipleship in the Word, but the practical aspects include helping people find shelter, assisting them with employment through the church’s car guard programme, and assistance in applying for lost documents. Thandanani also provides cosmetics and clothing to help boost confidence, and help with skills development in the search for employment. At the end of 2023, Thandanani had their Christmas party, where testimonies were shared about how joining Thandanani has changed lives and helped people grow in their faith in God. Here are just a few pictures from the year and, specifically, the Christmas party. For more information, please contact:



For more information, please contact David Webb


Tel: +27 11 327 6411

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