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First About Jesus

“We are not first about Justice: we are first about Jesus. And lives lived in obedience to Jesus, in love for each other, lead to and look like Justice.” The Warehouse Team [1] Over the last 20 years, as we have journeyed

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A quick catch-up from The Warehouse

Dear friends, Now that we have crossed the threshold into the second half of 2022 (!) we wanted to use this newsletter to recentre who we are, revisit some of the things we felt God was calling us to prioritise this year,

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Find out more about WHO WE ARE:

Vision and Mission

 

We envision the church bearing witness to the good news of Jesus by actively living out the peace and justice of God for the world. We support local congregations by enabling dialogue, facilitating collaboration and inspiring  hope-filled imagination towards justice-seeking action.

Our Story

 

The Warehouse was established in 2003 through the Anglican Parish of St John’s Wynberg in the Diocese of Cape Town,  Western Cape, South Africa.

Our Context

The Warehouse serves the South African church network in its response to 
poverty, injustice and division, and work with local churches in all communities, helping them to catalyse sound and effective change.

Our Strategy

The Warehouse achieves its mission through THREE strategic focus areas:

Leadership formation and chaplaincy

The formation, supporting and “alongsiding” of leaders in churches, with a particular focus on younger leaders and those working in economically under-resourced communities. We engage church leaders to create opportunities for theological reflection, support and mentorship as they lead in transforming churches and communities and facilitate reconciling relationships in a broken South Africa.

Equipping local churches

The mobilisation and equipping of local church congregations to catalyse and nurture creative and innovative community initiatives in collaboration with broader civil society.

Building the capacity of churches, their leaders and members to be the primary actors in the work of change within their communities. This catalyses innovative advocacy, development and relief responses by the local churches, led by leaders and acting with broader civil society and the church across the country.

Creating and nurturing networks

Creating and maintaining local and national collaborative and collective impact networks of churches and leaders that enable shared learning and coordinated action that address systemic challenges facing communities across society.

Our People

The Warehouse achieves its mission with these people:

Staff Team

Friends and Partners

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