Prayer Services for our Nation

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In the light of events taking place in our country this week, we are calling a service of Prayer for our Nation on Wednesday 5 April from 19h00 – 20h00 (this will replace the final Lenten service).

We invite you to come and pray for:
Our leaders: that their response to current events is motivated by the welfare of all South Africans, and not a partisan group – whomever that might be.
The planned marches and meetings: that they be peaceful and inclusive of everyone who wishes to participate.
Parliament: that those elected to represent us act with integrity and justice.
Our nations finances: that those with influence – both government and business – act with the interests of all South Africans in mind.
Unity: in a country so easily divided by those who seek to sow dissent for their own purposes.
The media: that they report events factually, seeking to inform and not incite.
Our security services: that they act and respond in a manner that seeks to maintain law and order without aggravating the situation.
Our legal system and our Constitution: that the people involved represent the rights of everyone protected by the Constitution.
All South Africans: that our people are enabled to live their lives in a free, just and democratic society.


A number of political and civic organisations have called for Friday 7 April to be a day of civil action. We will have a time of prayer in the Sanctuary from 07h00 – 09h00. Feel free to come at any time during these two hours. It is our intention to soak the day’s activities in prayer.