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DECEMBER 2020 UPDATE

Dear Friends

Since our late update, the Coronavirus has descended upon us and the whole world like an atomic cloud. Probably it has  done even more damage. Everyone has been affected and suffered the consequences in some or other way. But don’t forget, the grass fields are burnt to their roots in winter, and the world looks dark, yet take a closer look in Spring and see the beautiful green shoots sprouting up for new life. The trees which were barren are growing new green leaves proving that  new life does rise from the ashes. So too, if we start to observe positive outcomes, we will gain confidence that a better world should emerge from Covid hardship. Let us rise, in faith  and resiliently, in the belief that our God – our Father – holds each of us by the hand, and will lead us and form us according to His wisdom. May He share it with us.

Diana Beamish   



BREAKING NEWS!!!!!
OUR FIRST HEAD BOY! It is with great joy and pride that we announce that our John Kashindi,  who has
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Happy and sad….
On Sunday 23 Jan Tish and Peter Hoding gave a grand farewell lunch to thank our beloved Sister Fidelis for
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WEDDING BELLS
Finally and atlast it really did happen. The wedding of Mari Bernard and Festus took place on 15 January at
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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,
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Mercy House celebrations
Birthday Boy On Wednesday 5 January we celebrated the 11th birthday of our much-loved boy Moise. He has now been with
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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 in
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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 5
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Stefan Bartkowiac – Braai
On Monday 11 October 2010 we again had the joy of a visit from our BA Pilot, Stefan Bartkowiac. Usually
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Picnic and Marathon
 Friday 24 September, being a public holiday, was Big Race Day and also Big Bucks Day, because it was the
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DIVINE PROVIDENCE DOES IT AGAIN!!!!
On Friday 16 July our residents awoke to an unpleasant surprise: thieves had come during the night and stolen most
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