UPCSA Mpolweni congregation Youth Conference

2016-10-19 06:00

THE Uniting Presbyterian Church in Southern­ Africa, under leadership of Reverend KJ Xaba, will be hosting the sixth annual youth fellowship conference on 22 and 23 October at the Odlameni UPCSA church from 7am.

The Mpolweni congregation will host the community outreach session and wellness programme and will visit two families and provide food parcels and clothing. A music competition will be held by branches and the key note speaker will motivate the youth, and there will be praise and worship.

For more information, contact Mandla Thusini, Youth Fellowship chairperson on 076 945 2929.

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