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Welcome to TGIF.

TGIF is an informal Friday-morning coffee-shop meeting with a topical and challenging talk followed by a time for questions and discussion - all over a cup of good coffee.

All welcome, no entrance fee, no booking required.

Event details are on facebook and instagram.

Previous talks are on youtube.

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TGIF Online

Every Friday morning 6:30am - 7:30am, for those unable to be there physically, we offer the opportunity to join a TGIF virtually over Zoom. Contact us for details.

Johannesburg

Northcliff

Northcliff TGIF generally happens on the 1st & 3rd Friday of the month, starting 6:15 am for 6:30 am, ending 7:30 am sharp, in the "Konsistorie" on the Aan-die-Berg campus, 17 Lawley Ave, Northcliff, Johannesburg.

Rosebank

Rosebank TGIF generally happens on the 2nd & 4th Friday of the month, starting 6:15 am for 6:30 am, ending 7:30 am sharp, upstairs at the Doppio Zero, The Firs, Rosebank, Johannesburg.

Pretoria/Tshwane

Hatfield

We have not yet re-started TGIF in Pretoria/Tshwane. Watch this space.

Western Cape

Stellenbosch

Stellenbosch TGIF generally happens monthly, starting 7:00 am and ending 7:45 am, at de Warenmarkt, 20 Ryneveld St, Stellenbosch.

Cape Town

Cape Town TGIF happens very occasionally, starting 7:00 am and ending 8:00 am, at the Gangstar Cafe, 65 Main Rd, Mowbray, Cape Town.

TGIFx

Saturday morning discussions

TGIFx meets monthly on Saturday mornings specifically to discuss the difficult topics we need to talk about in South Africa. TGIFx meets at participants' homes, at a different venue each month, and has a separate mailing list from the "normal" Friday morning TGIF.

To be placed on this list, send an email with subject "TGIFx" to discuss[at]tgif.org.za, and briefly introduce yourself with a sentence or two about you.

About TGIF

What topics are discussed?

TGIF covers a wide range of topics including worldviews, ethics, leadership, popular culture and contemporary issues. In this, TGIF generally explores the truth & goodness of Biblical Christianity and its relevance to all of life and reality.

Who is it for?

Although its origins are Christian, TGIF very much aims to be of benefit to people of all (or no) convictions. Everyone is welcome, entrance is free, and no prior booking is required.

Contact

Send us an email with your comment or question, or to be added to the mailing list:

Email: contact[at]tgif.org.za

If you would like to be added to the mailing list, please specify for which venue(s) you would like to receive information.

You can also catch us on facebook and instagram.

Downloads

2015-10-09, Nicholas Rowe, “A Biblical Perspective on Race & Ethnicity”: Download MP3

2015-11-06, Andrew Butterworth, "I'm Sick, Now What" (sample chapters): Download PDF

2016-05-06, Marsh Moyle, "Power, Freedom and the Moral Imagination": Download MP3

2016-09-23, Piet-Hein van Eeghen, "Faith, Doubt and Mystery": Download PDF

2016-10-28, Josias Tembo, "The Philosophy of [De]Colonisation": Download MP3

2016-10-28, Schalk van Heerden, "Time to Trek - Decolonising Afrikaner Leadership": Download MP3

2017-02-03, Thandi Gamedze, "I have a Dream" (poem): Download MP3 Download PDF

Real Talk

"Real Talk" is an initiative to bring South Africans together for positive change, offering opportunities to hear thoughtful perspectives and engage in constructive dialogue.

For an introductory video about "Real Talk", click here.

For videos of Oct 2015's "Real Talk" events, click here.

For the "Real Talk" website, click here.

To be informed about future "Real Talk" events as and when they happen, send an email with subject "SUBSCRIBE" to info[at]realtalk.org.za