National Day of Prayer, FNB Stadium, 26 November 2017

National Day of Prayer, FNB Stadium, 26 November 2017

MOTSEPE FOUNDATION AND RELIGIOUS AND FAITH-BASED ORGANISATIONS HOST A NATIONAL DAY OF PRAYER FOR ALL SOUTH AFRICANS

 

The Motsepe Foundation has been honoured and privileged over the years to have worked and built relationships with the respected representative Religious and Faith-Based organisations in South Africa, whose names appear on the attached document.

Religious and Faith-Based organisations have, at various times in the history of South Africa, prayed and brought South Africans together to deal with the serious and grave challenges and problems of the time.

There have been previous discussions between the Motsepe Foundation and Religious and Faith-Based Organisations concerning the serious, far-reaching problems and challenges facing all South Africans, as well as the need to hold a National Day of Prayer, the purpose of which is to:

– pray for the unity of all South Africans of all races and languages;

– pray for the poor, unemployed and marginalized;

– pray for God’s guidance, leadership and blessings for a bright future for all South Africans.

The National Day of Prayer will take place on:

Sunday, 26 November 2017, 08h00 to 16h00 at the FNB Stadium in Johannesburg.

Map: FNB Stadium Route Map

Prominent South African kings and traditional leaders, who have also invited their respective congregation, will be attending the National Day of Prayer.

As part of a prayer week leading up to the official National Day of Prayer, representatives from the Motsepe Foundation and certain Religious and Faith-Based organisations will visit and pray at the following venues:

Darul Islam Mosque

Friday 24 November 2017

12:00

Corner Gonubie and Pluto Roads

Surrey Estate

Cape Town

And

The Gardens Synagogue

Saturday 25 November 2017

88 Hatfield Street

Gardens

Cape Town

 

The Motsepe Foundation invites all South Africans to attend the National Day of Prayer.

 

For any questions and enquiries, please contact:

local Religious or Faith-Based organisations

or the Motsepe Foundation:

         Nozipho Xulu        –        082 382 7041

         Nebo Legoabe       –        076 306 5625