UPDATE MARCH 2020
As the content of this update shows, we have continued to receive amazing blessings over the past few months, some coming in strange disguises. We have also experienced nothing short of an amazing miracle, in regard to our Moise, who survived a most brutal attack on Christmas day. Let us not be people who “see but do not see,” but rather, people who see, perceive and appreciate the amazing works of God in our lives and in our Mercy work. In Springs of Carmel 2020 (pg 109), we read that our lives are “programmed for holiness” and that “we need to learn and adopt the etiquette of God“. This puts a very different perspective on everything. The Lord works marvels for us, holy is his name.
OUR FIRST HEAD BOY! It is with great joy and pride that we announce that our John Kashindi, who hasRead more.
Happy and sad….
On Sunday 23 Jan Tish and Peter Hoding gave a grand farewell lunch to thank our beloved Sister Fidelis forRead more.
Finally and atlast it really did happen. The wedding of Mari Bernard and Festus took place on 15 January atRead more.
Mercy House Web Development Course
It is with immense gratitude that we acknowledge the contribution of those people who worked to set up our internet,Read more.
Mercy House celebrations
Birthday Boy On Wednesday 5 January we celebrated the 11th birthday of our much-loved boy Moise. He has now been withRead more.
HAPPY CHRISTMAS TO OUR MANY FRIENDS AND BENEFACTORS
On this list we recall great people who have helped us in the past and others who still help us inRead more.
PEOPLE WE ARE SO PROUD OF
We are happy and proud to announce that on 7 December 2010, Marc Yorinda graduated from Wits University after 5Read more.
Stefan Bartkowiac – Braai
On Monday 11 October 2010 we again had the joy of a visit from our BA Pilot, Stefan Bartkowiac. UsuallyRead more.
Picnic and Marathon
Friday 24 September, being a public holiday, was Big Race Day and also Big Bucks Day, because it was theRead more.
DIVINE PROVIDENCE DOES IT AGAIN!!!!
On Friday 16 July our residents awoke to an unpleasant surprise: thieves had come during the night and stolen mostRead more.