Please join us for our Ascension Day Service at 7pm on Thursday 13 May.
(Covid protocols will be adhered to.)
Ash Wednesday is the start of a period of prayer, fasting and abstinence for 40 days (excluding Sundays) until Easter. The palm crosses received on Palm Sunday of the previous year are collected, burned and, on Ash Wednesday, the ashes are used to mark a cross on the forehead of believers as an expression of repentance and penance of our sins.
As is the tradition, there will be no flowers in our Church during lent. We use this period to specifically focus on the cross of Jesus.
EWA is starting to meet again, and what better way to do this than by “Celebrating God’s Goodness” led by Rev Ross Southern.
Wednesday 21st October
Time : 19h00 (Note time change)
Venue : Eglin Hall, 1 Ridgeway, Pinelands
Strict Covid-19 Protocols will be conducted
Contact Karen Hall 082 454 7353 for any queries
Surplus soup being delivered at the Refugee Camp in Voortrekker Road close to Kensington.
Soup and Eggs
Yes, we did it! We have passed our target of 1000 litres of soup. That is 1 TON of soup that our members have made over the past months of Lockdown. Well done!
Our overall tally for today:
- 50 litres of soup were delivered bringing our total to 1021 litres of soup
- 162 boiled eggs were delivered bringing our total to 614 boiled eggs
Although we have reached our target, we will still be collecting soup and boiled eggs and passing that on to the needy and the hungry. We are still supporting the Mowbray Feeding Scheme but any surplus we are passing on to individuals we know and then on to the Refugee Camp in Maitland.
Thank you for all your work, effort and support.
We are situated at 2 Union Avenue, Pinelands, Cape Town.
GPS Co-ordinates: S 33° 56′ 15.9″ E 18° 29′ 56.15″
Latitude -33.93809 Longitude 18.49967
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Office hours: Monday to Friday 08h30 to 13h00
Telephone: 021 531 8972
In case of emergencies outside of office hours please contact 021 531 2224