Sundays - 9am / 6pm


Jeffreys Bay Bible Church is a Bible-believing, non-denominational evangelical Christian church.

What we believe

Please read our statement of faith to see exactly what we believe.

Statement of faith


Wynand Fourie

Pastor teacher

Wynand has been the teacher pastor of Jeffreys Bay Bible Church since 2005. He is happily married to his wife, Delila, and has two children. Wynand loves the truth and he loves his people.

Peter West


Peter lives in Kareedouw with his wife, Inge. They have three children and many grand-children. Their home is always open to the brethren.

Leon Olivier


Leon is married to Lizzie with whom he has three children. Leon loves Jesus and is an example of kindness.

Willie Oosthuizen


Willie is married to Marie. Together they have eight (!) children. Willie is a magnificent preacher and loves Jesus.

Dave Webster

Pastor emeritus

Dave Website founded what would become Jeffreys Bay Bible Church in the 90s. He lives with his wife, Pam, in Jeffreys Bay, where they serve the brethren tirelessly.


Tim Millward

Tim Millward turned to Christ in July, 2008, and has been serving the Lord faithfully since. He is married to a lovely wife and has numerous sons.

Stefan Steenkamp

Stefan became a Christian in 1994. He is married to Yolanda with whom he has two kids.

Our history


Dave Webster, a church planter from Durban, visits Christian friends in Jeffreys Bay and realises there’s a need for an English-speaking reformed evangelical church. He returns to Durban and prays over the matter for two years.


Dave returns to Jeffreys Bay and makes the rounds to all local ministers, asking for their right hand in fellowship. All wholeheartedly welcome Dave. Dave spends the next two years visiting folks in Jeffreys Bay and establishing a Bible study.


Wavecrest Christian Fellowship is formally started with 54 people and the first meeting takes place on 2 February, 1992, in the old movie house in Beach Centre. The first appointed elders are Dave Webster, Richard Freeman, Aubrey Pike and John Dougall Snr.


The church is freely given a piece of land with a near-finished chapel on it, outside of Jeffreys Bay, by Denys Tomaselli. The name is changed to Jeffreys Bay Christian Fellowship. Wilry Williams joins the eldership.


Robby Ayliffe is appointed as elder. He leaves later on to study at The Master’s Seminary, after which he takes up a teaching position at Christ Seminary in Polokwane, but returns home eventually.


Frans Hill is appointed as elder.


Johan Ellis is appointed as elder.


The church’s name is changed to Jeffreys Bay Bible Church (JBBC). Denys Tomaselli is appointed as elder.


Willie Oosthuizen and his family joins JBBC. Much of the timely joyous change he brings to JBBC is seated in the fact that he and his godly wife Marie arrive with six children, with two more added in the years to come.


Wynand & Delila Fourie return to JBBC from their studies abroad at The Master’s Seminary and Wynand joins the eldership as assistant pastor.


Wynand Fourie takes up position as senior pastor.


Willie Oosthuizen and Rynhard Bresler are appointed as elders.


Leon Olivier is appointed as elder.


Robby and Tracy Ayliffe returns to JBBC and he is appointed as elder.