Public invited to church thanksgiving

2016-11-24 06:02
PHOTO: sourced ‘Idols SA’ runner-up Mmatema Moremi invites the community to the Port Shepstone Christian Church thanksgiving evening.

PHOTO: sourced ‘Idols SA’ runner-up Mmatema Moremi invites the community to the Port Shepstone Christian Church thanksgiving evening.

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THE community is invited to a spectacular night of thanksgiving at the Port Shepstone Christian Church in Batstones Drift, just after the Umzikhulu bridge on the way to Lousianna, on New Bolton Farm.

Pastor Phumza Mwape said it will be an amazing night with guest, Mmatema Moremi, runner-up of 2015 SA Idols visiting Port Shepstone for the first time.

Nobathembu Mabeka-Mhlongo of Joyous Celebration known for her gospel hit Baleka, will also be performing on the night.

Guest pastors will be Pastor Themba Mthethwa, father of Idols SA winner Khaya Mthethwa, Linge Jadezweni and B. Ncanana.

“We extend a warm invite to gospel lovers and the community to be part of the service. There is no entry fee and everyone is welcome,” she said.

For more information, contact Mwape on 082 544 3715.

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