Month: August 2020

Newsletter 28 August 2020 | A time of hope, recovery and rebirth

IiNDABA – AUGUST 2020 “This is a time of hope, recovery and rebirth.” Are you familiar with the song, “I am a small part of the world” by Sally K. Albrecht and Jay Althouse? I heard it sung by a local school choir conducted by Romano Jonathan, the organist of St Margaret’s church in Summerstrand. I was moved …

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Newsletter 21 August 2020 | Our Dedicated Educators

This week we salute and thank our Dedicated Educators – as we know teachers influence our lives starting at a young age from day-care through preschool and “big” school to university and FET colleges. These men and women are some of the most self-less, giving, caring individuals in our world. Their goals and ambitions are …

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Newsletter 7 August 2020 | Four Months With Walmer’s Homeless.

Four Months With Walmer’s Homeless At one of our weekly outdoor divine services at Walmer Town Hall, I shared with my homeless congregants that Jesus knows exactly how they feel as homeless people. This is because Jesus was himself a homeless man who had “nowhere to lay his head” (Matthew 8:20) save for the hospitality …

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