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WSC Evening Prayer Service - 2 July 2021

Programme (click on an item to listen to the recording): 

"We love because He first loved us" - 1 John 4:19

  1. Opening: The Four Candles from Sharon Daniels; 
  2. Scripture Reading: Psalm 23 - read by Pumza Mooi
  3. First Prayer: Written by Pumza Mooi on 2 September 2018 - read by Wonga Ntshinga
  4. Response to the Prayer from members; 
  5. Second Prayer: Lesego Marumo
  6. Music and Video Celebration: Send us your favourite songs - open session; 
  7. Wowos Video / Testimony: Tsakane Maqhayiya; Response from Wonga Ntshinga
  8. Third Prayer: Open to all members;   
  9. Closing Remarks: Wonga Ntshinga (Bawo Wethu Osezulwini - Rev. Nkomfa Mkabile); Dr Martin Luther King - Keep Moving 
  10. Vote of Thanks: Pumza Mooi;
  11. Closure: Wonga Ntshinga

"Be still and know that I am God" - Psalms 46:10

WSC Evening Prayer Service - 27 March 2022, 20:00

Programme (click here to listen to the recording): 

"Therefore put on the full armor of God, so that when the day of evil comes, you may be able to stand your ground, and after you have done everything, to stand." - Ephesians 6:13-14

  1. Opening: Wonga Ntshinga; 
  2. Song of Celebrations and Teachings; 
  3. Scripture Reading: Ephesians 6:13-14 and Proverbs 3: 5-7 by Pumza Mooi dating back to December 2021; 
  4. Response to the Prayer by Wonga Ntshinga; 
  5. Music and Video Celebration - open session; 
  6. Wowos Responses
  7. Picture and Prayers: Open to all members;  
  8. Music and Video Celebration - open session; 
  9. Closing Remarks: Wonga Ntshinga

Pumza mooi Prayer - 7 april 2022

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Spiritual Reflection


I grew up in a family that practised and still practices ancestral traditions, consulting with izinyanga and visiting graves to make requests. Then in 2010, I chose to follow and trust God wholly. I've never looked back; my life has elevated, and I credit it to God.

As with any growth, I believed that I understood and had an idea about spirituality, deity, God and amadlozi, badimo, etc. Thankfully I've never been critical of where I had started and never arrogant about my journey of faith. This has kept me open to listening and hearing others who practised differently from me. 

I am now at the point where I know that I have faith and that God is my sustenance and provider. I believe in Jesus Christ and the Holy Spirit. However, I do not know about spirituality, I do not know where ancestors fit spiritually, and I don't know where amadlozi and amathonga come into the picture. This makes me open to learning and understanding the spiritual world and its concepts. It feels liberating to be here because I can learn new things, but I am not open to anyone who criticizes one practice in hopes of convincing others to follow their view and practices. I'm open to teachers and not critics.

ZL Kunene

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