Stonecroft women’s tea held

2015-06-25 06:01

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PORT SHEPSTONE Country Club hall was packed with people­ attending the 36th Stonecroft Women’s Tea Country Fair on Friday.

The women meet at the tea and fundraiser meeting every month to raise funds towards the ministry and it offices.

Guest speakers at the June tea were Richard Booth, a bee keeper from Harding, and Dr Jean Mauz, originally from Congo.

Booth said that bees will be extinct in the next 15 years due to mankind.

“Man is the problem, they are killing our bees. Cellphone towers affect them, farmers planting more trees than flowers are also killing them, insecticides are also are problem,” he said.

Booth said bees are needed for pollination, especially for bee keepers to make honey.

Mauz’s talk was on Christianity and how God works hand-in-hand with one’s situation.

He said one should cultivate themselves as a Christian through prayer

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