South African Christians this week started putting their feet on the street across the length and breadth of the country in response to a call by Worship South Africa on SA believers to bring hope and healing to the people of SA through worship and acts of love and kindness in Jesus’ name.
Since the call was made last Saturday 12 cities and towns have got on board with the “Feet on the Street” campaign said Worship SA exco member Julita Kok.
Each participating city and town has a WhatsApp group where local believers can share what God lays on their heart to do and invite others to join in. The first 12 active locations are: Bethal, Carolina, Durban, Durbanville, Emelahleni (Witbank), Hartebeespoort, Johannesburg, Modimolle, Nelson Mandela Bay (PE), Paarl, Tshwane(Pretoria) and Stellenboch.
In a message on its Facebook page Worship SA says: “If you would like to start a WhatsApp group for your town/city and help connect believers to the movement , please send us an email to email@example.com
“If you would like to be included in the existing WhatsApp groups, also send an email with your relevant details: name&Surname, phone number, which town/city, church affiliation etc.
“This is interdenominational, so every believer is welcome!!”
The Feet on the Street movement is on the move on a street, on a beach or mountain, at a hospital, on a park or public square near you. Watch this space for more news and testimonies from this initiative and visit the Worship SA Facebook page for latest videos.
“We are not telling people what they should do. We are just encouraging people to listen to Holy Spirit and do whatever He tells them to do. He knows best.
Here is a small glimpse of some of the current initiatives:
Worship at work:
From the weekly, Saturday morning worship and prayer outreach at Livingstone Hospital, Nelson Mandela Bay (PE):
And also from the southernmost tip of Africa — at Cape Agulhas:
Some early bird prayers and worshipers declaring God’s grace and goodness in Gordon’s Bay:
And a faith-filled prayer walk around Moddersfontein Dam in Gauteng:
And dancing in the street: