A copy of a book of coloured membership of a Riebeek Kasteel Dutch Reformed congregation written by Dominee (Ds) Johannes Stephanus Hauman lists members from 1881 until 1907.
The Village Management Board was established in Riebeek Kasteel.
A document found in the VGK Archives refers to the building of a small church.
A wealthy white farmer, George J Euvrard Snr (1865 – 1932), offered to donate a portion of his land to the Dutch Reformed Church for the establishment of a coloured Mission station, in order to separate white and coloured living areas in Riebeek Kasteel.
Discussions are held by Dutch Reformed Church Consistory members around the need for a Mission school for coloured children.
The land (erf 216) is transferred from George Euvrard Snr to the Dutch Reformed Church on condition that it is used for the establishment of a coloured location.