Residents uniting for hour of prayer

2016-02-25 06:00

CHRISTIAN communities in towns, cities and neighbourhoods all over South Africa will unite at 14:00 on Sunday, February 28, to pray for an hour about critical issues in the country.

This forms part of a fresh national prayer initiative called up4sa (United Prayer for South Africa).

Residents in Jeffreys Bay and surroundings will come together at AGS DEO DOXA in Dolly Varden Street, Jeffreys Bay, at 14:00 on February 28.

For information, contact Riaan Gouws at 071 484 0071 or send an email to riaan@up4sa. Alternatively, visit www.up4sa.co.za.

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