Logos Community Church in Walmer Township Port Elizabeth will celebrate National Women’s Day with a three-day revival meeting from August 10 to 12 and a high tea on Saturday August 11.
The day will be dedicated to the women of 1956 who took part in the historic women’s march against pass laws, and also to encourage the women of today that they can change the world through the gospel, said the revival hostess Khunjulwa Kulati.
“In fact, we can start in the communities that we live in and try to be the change amongst them, so that we may be able to preach to them,” she said.
The theme for the revival is “Crippled, but the Lord is not done, I still have a place at the King’s table” which was inspired by 2 Samuel 4:4 — Jonathan son of Saul had a son who was lame in both feet. He was five years old when the news about Saul and Jonathan came from Jezreel. His nurse picked him up and fled, but as she hurried to leave, he fell and became disabled. His name was Mephibosheth.
The event will take place at Logos Community Church, 12 Mankazana Street Walmer Township. Because this is a celebration of great women, it is expected that great women will grace this event with their presence, said Kulati. The line-up of speakers includes Kulati, Noncedo Khanye from Logos Community Church, Margie Van Heerden from Legacy Life Church, and Sibabalo Mbelekane.
Women attending the high tea are expected to come well-dressed in hats and heels to celebrate their womanhood. The fee for the high tea is R100 and tickets are available for sale.
Though the day is strictly for women, it is also part of the church’s fundraising campaign and men are encouraged to show their support financially.
For more information, please contact Khunjulwa Kulati on 074 410 9495.