Faith groups in Cape Town

Faith groups in Cape Town

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Many expats find connecting with a local faith group provides a sense of community and belonging in a new country. Check out our listing of local churches, mosques and temples in Cape Town.

Anglican
Anglican Diocese of Cape Town
Address: Zonnebloem Estate, Woodstock, Cape Town
Tel: 021 465 1557
Email: goodhopeads@ctdiocese.org.za

Buddist temples
Diamond Way Buddhist Centre
Address: 28 San Carlo St John's Road Sea Point, Cape Town.
Email: info@diamondway-capetown.co.za

Hout Bay Theravada Buddhist Centre
Address: Bishopsford House Victoria Road, Hout Bay
Tel: 072 805 2248
Email: heravada.southafrica@gmail.com

Kagyu Buddhist Centre
Address: 6 Morgenrood Road Kenilworth, Cape Town
Tel: 021 761 2978
Email: captown@kagyu.org.za

Tushita Buddhist Centre
Address: 21 Loch Road Rondebosch, Cape Town
Tel.: 021 685 3428
Email: info@meditateincapetown.org

Catholic
Catholic Archdiocese of Cape Town
Website: www.catholic-ct.co.za

Italian Catholic Mission (Church of the Holy Cross) Holy Cross
Address: 36 Nile Street, District Six - Cape Town
Tel: 021 461 4324

Evangelical Lutheran
Philippi
tel: 021 703 3782
Email: abecker@telkomsa.net

German Evangelical Lutheran
Contact: Impressum Pastor Siegfried
Address: Hambrock 20 Hofmeyr Street Gardens
Tel: 021 423 7400
Email: hambrock@hixnet.co.za

Greek Orthodox

Address: St George 75 Mountain Street, Woodstock
Tel: 0825787415

Mosques
OWAL MOSQUE 34 Dorp Street BOKAAP
PALM TREE MOSQUE 185 Long Street BOKAAP
NURUL ISLAM 134 Buitengragcht Street BOKAAP
JAMEAH MASJIED Lower Chiappini Street BOKAAP
MOSQUE SHAFIE Upper Chiapinni Street BOKAAP
NOOR EL HAMEDIA MOSQUE Long Street BOKAAP
MASJIED BOORHAANOL ISLAM Longmarket Street BOKAAP
COOWATOOL ISLAM MOSQUE Loop Street BOKAAP
NOORUL MOGAMADIAH Vos Street BOKAAP
NURUL HOUDA Upper Leeuwen Street BOKAAP
MOEGAMMADIYAH MOSQUE Tennyson Street SALT RIVER
NURUL ISLAM MOSQUE Addison Road SALT RIVER
SULEIMANEYAH MOSQUE William Street WOODSTOCK
CLAREMONT MAIN ROAD MOSQUE 42 Main Road CLAREMONT
SUNNI MUSLIM MOSQUE Harvey Road CLAREMONT
AL-JAAMIA MOSQUE Stegman Road CLAREMONT

 

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2 Comments To This Article

  • Matt posted:

    on 2nd March 2014, 12:56:16 - Reply

    There are people living in South Africa who are NOT in Cape Town... Anyway, I am a British expat living in Johannesburg, I constantly battle between having to live in South Africa vs wanting to go home to England. If you know the feeling, I've written an article about the trauma of being an expat... http://deanministries.page.tl/Where-Is-My-Home-_-For-Expats.htm
  • Imam Achmat Fataar posted:

    on 1st January 2012, 22:46:42 - Reply

    The ’Ibaad-u-Ragmaan Qadiri Jamaa’ah will take to the road once again when it goes to Masjid al-Taubah in Chatsworth in the Western Cape on Saturday, 28 January 2012. The Swartland town is off the N7 motorway, and 56 kilometres from Cape Town and 23 kilometres from Malmesbury. The mosque gathering there will celebrate the birth of the Beloved Prophet Muhammad (May God Almighty Bless him and Grant him Peace).

    Imam Achmat Fataar will deliver the vote of thanks. A mouth-watering meal will be served at the close. Young and old are asked to join in.