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Christmas and the holiday festivities are upon us. Can you believe that 2019 is drawing to a close? Life has had a fun and eventful 4th term, in which we have seen a youth group start, the property at the Life Village has continued to develop and new ways to partner with Life through Amazon.smile. All while, many lives continuing to be impacted on a daily basis. For all the current news at Life, please read our newsletter.
We as Life Community would like to thank the bikers church and community for partnering with and blessing the Life children.
Many of you are aware that we have been in the process of moving premises. Please click on the link to be able to read the incredible stories about what God has done through our move and how you can partner with us going forward.
Our newsletter serves as an in depth update on the journey we are taking with LIFE Community Services. It includes many of our stories and miracles about what God is currently doing and what He has done over the past few weeks. Click on the link and enjoy the read.
Holiday Clubs at LIFE are a vital programme that we run throughout school holidays with specific objectives in mind. Firstly, children and youth need a safe space during the day, off the streets and out of the evils that take place in the township communities where they live. Secondly, it is a wonderful opportunity to expose them to the Gospel of Jesus Christ through Games, Drama, Arts and Crafts and Life skills Education. Worship and Prayer, as well as Bible Teaching are the focus of the day.
The 1st of June was Life Community Services’ annual Mini Olympics. On this day, all the children who attend our Happy Feet pre-schools, LCA learners or our two early child development centres in Thembaletu come together to race in the different age groups. There were close on 500 children that participated and an audience of at least 350 adults plus family members to cheer the athletes. To complete the day of great fun, food and connections we had the mothers’ sprint followed by the fathers’ running. It is our desire to include as many as possible in the activities of the day. This event truly is a day that brings all walks of life together in unity.
Another remarkable event this term was our Back-to-School project, sponsored by Eden Church. Many children received all they needed for their school: Back-packs and stationary. The thanksgiving afterwards has been overwhelming from carers and children.
Join Life Community Services for a morning of glitz and glamour on Saturday 10 February 2018.
The George-based non-profit organisation is hosting the second Gatsby Gala Morning at The Wilderness Hotel to raise funds for its work with orphaned and vulnerable children in the area.
Guests will have the opportunity to hear from Mrs SA contender, Gela Le Roux, an award-winning South African actor, Greg Kriek. There will also be a prize for the best-dressed guest.
Tickets cost R200 per person and can be purchased by calling 044 873 6601 or directly from Life Community Service’s Head Office (122 Cradock Street, George).