Moses Mabhida: day of prayer

2010-04-10 00:00

A DAY of prayer will be taking place at Moses Mabhida Stadium tomorrow to dedicate the stadium and the city of Durban to God.

The gates open at 11 am and the day will begin with a businessmen’s breakfast at the stadium’s Premier Suite. Dedication proceedings will begin from 1 pm. This will include praise and worship sessions, as well as contributions from guest preachers such as the world-renowned Michael Cassidy.

The meeting, which will end between 3.30 pm and 4.30 pm, will mark the first non-sporting event to take place at Durban’s 2010 Fifa World Cup venue.

All members of the public are welcome. There is a R10 entrance fee.

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