Baptist Church’s Hidden Treasure opens

2016-04-07 06:00
PHOTOS: precious gumede Cutting the ribbon Pastor John Grubb (left) and Phyl Geotsch with Alet Grubb taking photos.

PHOTOS: precious gumede Cutting the ribbon Pastor John Grubb (left) and Phyl Geotsch with Alet Grubb taking photos.

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PORT Shepstone Baptist Church officially opened its charity shop - Hidden Treasure - on Friday.

Pastor John Grubb said the shop is another way the church shows how much they strive to assist the community.

Pastor Clem and his wife Phyl Geotsch blessed the charity shop at the opening.

“The treasure shop is a shop where everyone who goes inside finds the hidden treasure of God - they will never be the same,” said Clem.

Hidden Treasure charity shops national developer, May Shenton, who came all the way from Edenvale in Johannesburg, thanked everyone for their support.

Shenton said they have opened many similar shops, the aim of which is to grow God’s Kingdom by raising funds for theological students, pastoral families, widows in need and many other needs the church identifies.

“This is serious work and it need everybody’s hands to help. These shops are an extension of God’s vision,” she said.

After the cutting of the ribbon guests were treated to snacks in the church hall.

Pastor Alet Grubb said Hidden Treasure will be open from 9am to 5pm, Monday to Saturday.

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