An historic event for members of the LDS Church in Kwa-Nobuhle, as they have been reorganised into a new unit due to increased growth
An historic event took place on September 14th, 2014 for the members of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints in Kwa-Nobuhle, Eastern Cape, South Africa as they have been reorganised into a new unit due to increased growth over the last few years.
In celebration of National Heritage Day, employees of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints were encouraged to wear their native African clothing to work.
Employees celebrated National Heritage Day at work on Tuesday, 23 September, by showing up in their native clothing.
The new strengthening families program, titled “Ikhaya Lethu” (Our Home), will air every Thursday beginning September 18, 10:30 pm on Ukhozi FM, 90.8.
The first program features Bishop Charles Magaqa of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints in Durban South Africa, and he is joined by Reverend Sabelo Mkhathini on Ukhozi FM radio’s “Ikhaya Lethu” (Our Home) to present important family topics in today’s society, such as strengthening families.
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The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints provides a comprehensive program for youth through its Young Men and Young Women organizations. Youth ages 12 through 17 meet in classes on Sundays for religious instruction and several times during the month for social activities including service projects, sports, camping and dances.Read More »