Christian Police Association holding 24th national congress in Cape Town

Christian Police Association leaders Leonie Peters (EC) ,Jan Swanepoel (WC),  Selinah Kgaudi and Caroline Rygaardt (NW) worshiping the Lord at a CPA seminar in 2014 (PHOTO: File picture).

The Christian Police Association of South Africa (CPA) will hold its 24th national congress at Apostle Battery, Llandudno, Cape Town from September 6 to September 9, says Pastor Louwna de Wet.

The congress will provide attendees with an opportunity to enjoy a time of prayer, encouragement and spiritual upliftment, and the main focus of the four days will be “brethren fellowship”, she said.

They were expecting “a move of God” at the event which would probably be attended by about 100 people, she said. Members would have to apply for leave to attend the congress.

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Retired police chaplain Dr Cherise Le Roux, who has dedicated her time to serving members of the police force through counselling and workshops – especially regarding trauma and stress-related issues, will be one of the speakers. Other speakers are still being confirmed.

Existing CPA members and those wishing to join the association were welcome to attend, said De Wet.

She said it was hard to believe that the CPA, which teaches members to honour and fear God in all that they do, has been around for 24 years. She said they have seen a positive and spiritual impact on members.

For more information about the conference  contact the National CPA office at 051 430 8774 or .


  1. Support your local Police Station. It is an opportunity for the body of Christ to reach out to those in authority. Praying for them, encouraging them and taking the very presence and life of Jesus Christ into the station. Encourage the men and women from your local police station to attend this conference. They will not be the same afterwards. Many policemen are not even aware of the CPA but you can let them know. It is time to invade our Police Stations with the gospel of Jesus Christ. Imagine over 200,000 men and women in blue on Fire for Jesus.

  2. I agree my sister, stop critising SAPS and encourage them and do not be shy to praise them for the good work they doing.It is 10% that we are looking at that give SAPS a bad name…same on them.