An amazing high tea "cultural connections" had by all. The event was organized by the Kingsburgh Child and Family Welfare and hosted by St Mary's Parish of Kingsburgh. Thank you to all our supporters. Your presence was highly appreciated. Definitely celebrated and embraced all the cultures. Michelle Manning and our Rector Fr. Andrew Manning.
The Lord be with you! Just a little feedback. On Wednesday, I attended the inaugural Catchment Management Forum (CMF) Dialogue, where members of CMF's from all over KZN met to discuss how to advance the work of civil society in protecting and managing our precious water resources. It was such a privilege to sit among… Continue reading From The Rector’s Desk
KINGSBURGH Child and Family Welfare ladies are gearing up for their annual High Tea Fundraiser — come dressed up and join the society as they celebrate their diverse cultural connections. The High Tea takes place on Saturday, October 27 at 2.30 pm at St Mary’s Anglican Church Hall. Tickets cost R60 per person and are… Continue reading Kingsburgh Welfare fundraiser
Good morning to all the good people of our Church, On Saturday 20 October 2018, the Archdeaconry of Ethekweni South joined together at the Church of the Good Shepherd for a morning of prayer. Seeking God's grace and praying corporately towards a better future. We thank our Archdeacon Fr. Brian, for setting up this prayer… Continue reading Archdeaconry Prayer Day – The Prayers
Hallelujah our God reigns! I love hiking! Often when you walk a trail that you are familiar with, you see things that you have never noticed before: if the light is different or something is flowering and draws your attention, or it's rained and there's new growth, or sometimes a bird flutters and you look… Continue reading From The Rector’s Desk
Greetings in Christ, As I shared with you last week, we were encouraged to become VIP Christians. Visionary, Intentional and Participative. It is essential that each one of us have a vision for our life and ministry. So I want to share my vision for St Mary's and how I believe that we should be… Continue reading From The Rector’s Desk