Youth worship walk — July 14

2018-07-11 06:01

THE youth worship walk to be held on Saturday in Greytown is being organised by Ignite, a group of KZN youths who have got together to raise awareness through music and prayer, against the ongoing bloodshed and justices in KwaZulu-Natal.

Greytown leader is Gershen Sonny who told the Greytown Gazette that the walk will start from Greytown Town Hall at 11 am.

The group will walk through the streets of Greytown singing and praying to challenge crime and to promote peace.

The route to be followed for the worship walk is Okes, Voortrekker, Shepstone and Pine streets.

For more information please contact Gershen 079 726 8523.


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