‘The form of worship that is clean and undefiled from the standpoint of our God and Father is this: To look after widows and orphans in their tribulation, and to keep oneself without spot from the world.‘ – James 1:27
Jah-Jireh Homes South Africa
The name Jah-Jireh is scripturally based and essentially means: Jehovah Provides.
Gen 22: 14 says: ” And Abraham began to call the name of that place Je‧ho′vah‐ji′reh. This is why it is customarily said today: “In the mountain of Jehovah it will be provided.
Jah-Jireh Homes have been in existence in the United Kingdom for over 28 years and in Canada for over 14 years. Other homes have been established in South Korea and Poland.
There is a great need for facilities for our elderly and infirm brothers and sisters that cater to their particular needs.
WHAT MAKES JAH-JIREH DIFFERENT TO OTHER CARE HOMES?
At Jah-Jireh Homes across the world, there are programmes to care not only for the physical needs of our older brothers and sisters but also their spirituality.
Here is just a short list of some of the spiritual activities happening at different Jah-Jireh Homes:
Day’s text, daily bible reading and weekly family worship
Meeting preparation and learning to use the workbook
Facility to watch the meetings live if unable to attend
A literature trolley kept in the home for residents use
Some congregation ministry groups meet at the homes which residents like to sit in on even if unable to go out
JW Broadcast monthly programme
Spiritual ‘coffee mornings’ which we are told the residents love
All homes have arrangements to attend the convention. For those unable to attend, provisions have been made for them to watch live the same weekend or downloaded to watch in separate sessions.
Prayers are offered regularly as and when appropriate or requested by the residents. Many homes also have trustees assigned to each home who regularly visit and spend time listening to the residents and offering support and bible based advice.
Want To Know More or Help Out?
We would love to hear from you if you would like to get involved or organise any spiritual activities in the home. Some of our more able-bodied residents get such joy from spending a short time on street work or cart witnessing.
Caregiver Services Offered
Are you or a loved one in need of additional assistance in your own home?
Feel free to speak to us about professional caregivers who are both members of the Christian congregation and also well trained professional caregivers in your area.
How Can You Help?
There are two ways you can assist Jah-Jireh South Africa
If you would like to make a donation toward the running of Jah-Jireh or the establishment of a new Jah-Jireh Home please contact:
You may want to make a once-off cash donation or even leave donations in your will. Other brothers and Sisters prefer to use a stop-order to make regular smaller donations to our funds. Contact us to see how you can go about doing that. On the other hand, you may have a property to donate for the establishment of a care-giving facility. Perhaps you have some disposable assets which you would like to use as a donation.
We are grateful for the contributions and help we receive, whether it be financial or volunteering your time. Please contact us with your inquiries.
Volunteers may offer their time and expertise to assist those who are residents.
Hairdressers and physiotherapists are some services that are always required. Also, those who are willing to help our older brothers and sisters to read and enjoy some conversation.
Please contact us if you would like to volunteer your time or skills to help.
Jah-Jireh Milnerton in Cape Town overlooking the famous Table Mountain and Robbin Island is a low care facility with space for 10 couples or individuals.
The home features an additional 2 rooms for caregivers as well as a convalescent room for some of our hard working Missionary or Bethel brothers and sisters to use after medical procedures at hospitals and clinics in the city.
The home also features a large outdoor area with swimming pool and upstairs deck (with braai facilities) which residents can book out to entertain friends.
A weekly Wednesday morning letter writing group enables local brothers and sisters to associate with residents while working with them in this aspect of their ministry.
The large lounge offers residents the opportunity to enjoy JW Satellite broadcasting and is the venue for the weekly family worship evening.
For additional information about Jah-Jireh South Africa please contact Rod de Witt on
084 314 4166 or 021 555 3349 or email:
You will no doubt have some questions about how Jah-Jireh works and whether it will be a good fit for you. We have gathered some common questions and the answers to help guide your decision.
1) Can I bring my own pets?
2) Can I bring my own furnishings, linen, curtains etc?
3) Do I get a dedicated parking bay?
4) Do I have to eat all 3 provided meals?
5) Can I do my own washing and ironing?
6) Can my immediate family stay over while visiting me at Jah-Jireh?
7) Can I connect up my own TV, DSTV?
8) Can I change any of the fixtures in my room?
9) Can I later move from a single room to a double room and pay the extra?
10) Can I cook in my own room?
11) Can I entertain my personal visitors at Jah-Jireh?
12) What happens if I or my family cannot pay the monthly fee in advance?
13) Can you accommodate my strict dietary preferences or needs?
14) Can I hire my own cleaner to come in and assist me?
15) What happens if I cannot give the required 2 calendar months notice?
16) What must I do about load shedding?
17) Must I buy my own prepaid electricity?
18) Must I buy my own internet data?
19) What happens if I have a disagreement with other residents or the management?
20) What happens if I get incapacitated?
21) Do I have an automatic right to move into the next Jah-Jireh home for higher levels of care?
22) Who makes the decision about what level of care I need?
23) What happens if I die?
24) Can I choose which room I get?
25) What support is there to help me physically settle into and get used to my room?
26) Can I install my own Telkom line in my room?
27) Am I allowed to offer suggestions to the management?
28) When do prices go up?
29) If I leave, how will I remember what belongs to me?
30) Can I give Jah-Jireh general power of attorney in case I become incapacitated?
31) Can one of the Jah-Jireh staff help me with things like my Will or my banking?
32) Are the effects in my room insured?
33) If electricity, water, sewer etc are down, can I claim a refund?
34) Who pays for any repairs to the structure in my room?
35) Who pays for repairs to my personal belongings?
36) Who cleans my room?
37) Can I sometimes order room service?
38) Can I run a small business from my room?
39) What should I do if something in my room is not working?
40) Can I get contractors to do work for me in my room?
41) If I am in a single room, can I be forced to move and share with someone?
42) What happens if Jah-Jireh burns down and I have nowhere to go?
43) Is there a medical service on the site?
44) Can I be asked to leave?
45) Can my visitors be asked to leave?
46) Can I bring a trailer, caravan, second car?
47) Can I volunteer to help with regular chores at the Home?
48) Can jah-Jireh transfer my agreement to another Company without my knowledge?
49) Can I pay for 12 months accommodation in advance to secure a discount?
50) Is there a guaranteed transport service for meetings, assemblies, field service, shopping etc?
51) Must I bring a doctors certificate to say I can live at Jah-Jireh?
52) Is there an emergency call button in my room?
53) If I am in hospital or on holiday must I still pay my full fee?
54) Is Jah-Jireh owned and operated by the SA Bethel?
55) Can I buy my own room and become the owner?
56) Do I get any personal amenities for my sole or personal use?
57) As a single person may I share a double room to reduce costs?
58) Does the home provide wheelchairs and walkers?
59) May I bring interested people and Bible studies to visit at the Home?