The main goal of the cell group is to ensure that Pregnant Moms and Moms with New born babies can come and fellowship together in a safe and stress- free environment. The group is consisting of moms plus babies who meets regularly during the week. The Moms are able to relax and feed and change their babies as the need arises.

 Most of the pregnant Moms who attend this group, either attend the group once they go on Maternity Leave or earlier in their pregnancy, if they are at home. The Cell offers extensive support to the Moms right through out their pregnancy as well as when they go into labour and give birth. The cell group is often the Moms and new born babies first “outing” and only fellowship during the week.

 The main emphasis of the group is to make the Moms feel special and to make them feel that they are connected to Life Church in every way. This is extremely encouraging as most first time Moms feel very “cut off” from the outside world.

 The Cell offers every aspect of pre-natal and post-natal support and individual counseling is available on request. The Moms are taught basic parental skills and given spiritual and emotional support as well. Subjects like Self worth, our Identity in Christ, etc are covered as well.

CAPE TOWN – If you want to join the Moms and Tots Cell or want to know more about it, send an e-mail at info@life-church.co.za or  at Sharon (sharon.tobias@life-church.co.za) or call 021 439 4721.

The group meets every Wednesday at Life Church Cape Town in Sea Point from 9.00 am – 11.00 am.

PRETORIA – For more information please call 012 665 3387 or send an e-mail at info.pta@life-church.co.za.

Being a part of the Life Church Moms and Babies Cell group has changed my life in a very big way. The topics that are dealt with are real life issues that we all struggle with on a daily basis. I have learnt to be a better wife to my husband and a better mother to my children. I have learnt about forgiveness and how God can heal us from broken relationships. What I have learnt there has been very valuable and encouraging— Didah's testimony