Dutch Reformed Church

Simon's Town Historical Society

Dutch Reformed Church

Cape Town, Simon's Town, Western Cape 7995, South Africa

Created By: Simon's Town Historical Society


The Dutch Reformed Church community in Simon’s Town had worshipped from 1836 in the Wesleyan Chapel (for 3 years), then the Episcopalian Church (for 17 years). In 1855 the foundation stone of the present Church building was laid by C in C Commodore HD. Trotter, HM Navy, on ground donated by the government. The Church was consecrated in 1856 and served Lakeside, Kalk Bay, and Fish Hoek until Churches were built in these communities.


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