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There’s a place at St John’s for you whether you’re visiting on holiday, moving into the area or simply wanting to find out more about what Christians believe – you are welcome here! "
News from St. John’s
Rev Dr Leon Keller was inducted to the new linkage of Old Parish and St Paul's with St John's on 8th May, 2015.
Dr Keller was born in 1958, is married and has three grown up children. A minister with the Dutch Reformed Church, Dr Keller speaks English and Afrikaans. During his ministry in South African, Dr Keller has been the minister to both white and black congregations and has also worked with the marginalised in society. Dr Keller loves reading and has many sport interests; cycling, running, squash, tennis and canoeing. He is aware of the need for ministers in Scotland and he has an “inner calling” to make himself available to serve in the Church of Scotland.
The history of the DRC is closely linked to the Church of Scotland through the early work of Scottish Presbyterian missionaries in South Africa. Their influence still has an effect on the Dutch Reformed Church to this day.
Dr Keller feels he can make a contribution to the church that made such a huge impact on the earlier history of South Africa and the Dutch Reformed Church in particular.
“I have a desire and call to serve the Lord and His Church. I have been a minister in the Church continuously for the past 26 years and served in 4 parishes. I feel called to serve The Church of Scotland in the remainder of my years as the Lord guides and leads me. It is my desire to preach and teach God’s Word so that we all may come to the maturity of our faith. The need of every man is the same and the truths of God’s Word are still able to meet that need and show us the eternal life which is in Jesus Christ so that the church may be grounded in the Word and growing in the Spirit.”
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