Hermannsburg Little Oaks’ Oracle

2017-11-08 06:00
Emma Reibeling, Esihle Dladla, Keryn du Preez, Lethokuhle Ngwenya and Daniel Surrendorf study the special-edition figurine of Martin Luther at the Hermannsburg Reformation Day service.

Emma Reibeling, Esihle Dladla, Keryn du Preez, Lethokuhle Ngwenya and Daniel Surrendorf study the special-edition figurine of Martin Luther at the Hermannsburg Reformation Day service.

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THE Grade R pupils took part in the reformation service last Wednesday.

Pastor René Risch explained the importance of Martin Luther’s 95 theses in his service, and showed them the little play figurine of Martin Luther holding a quill and a Bible.

Our Little Oaks loved the little Martin Luther and were hoping to take him back to the Kindergarten. Also on Wednesday, we wore pink and raised money for breast cancer research to help the life-saving research to continue. Hot dogs and doughnuts were for sale and we got our hair sprayed in all the colours of the rainbow - what fun - and for a worthwhile cause.

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