Category Archive : Living Hope Events

It’s almost Spring and we’re looking forward to a beautiful summer. Living Hope is celebrating a Spring Open Day on Saturday, 7th September from 09:00 – 14:00 at our Living Hope Facility in Kommetjie Road Capri.

The day will be packed with fun activities for the whole family, such as carnival games, jumping castles, candy floss, popcorn, face painting, competitions, music and a live DJ. You can also take advantage of our Food Court that will have various fast foods for sale. A dedicated Kids Zone with adult supervision will give your kids the time of their lives.

Your family will also have the opportunity to participate in scheduled tours through our Health Care Centre and the rest of our facility to give you an overview of all the services Living Hope offers. A mobile clinic will be available for Blood Pressure Monitoring, Blood Sugar Testing, Body Mass Index, TB Screening, HIV testing and counseling.

Contact Mario at Events@Livinghope.Co.Za 073 279 9190
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Living Hope invites the public to a Night of Worship on 10 August at King of Kings Baptist Centre, Sunvalley, Cape Town.  The two hour free concert will feature musicians from Nashville, TN in the United States.  The worship band is made up of skilled musicians who tour state-side with worship bands for Beth Moore and many others. The concert will conclude a day of worship seminars and sessions hosted by CCFM Radio.

The concert will start at 19h00 and end at 21h00.  The musicians are members of a team from both LifeWay Christian Resources and BBC who are in Cape Town serving through music.

ONE NIGHT ONLY – not to be missed

For more information contact Karen on 083 456 9594

 

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Living Hope would like to extend a welcome to the community to come join us as we celebrate Mandela Day on July 18!

We invite you to donate 67 minutes of your time as we celebrate the 67 years Nelson Mandela devoted of his life for the service and hope of humanity.  We will have a variety of projects to get involved with for all people of all skill levels.  Come serve for this great day and plug into one of these needed areas: MAINTENANCE – help with projects such as gardening beds, painting reveals, removing rubble and varnishing.  CLEANING – help with things like washing walls, windows, doors and room organization.  HEALTH CARE CENTER – help serve tea and lunch to patients, clean up wheelchairs and sand and varnish furniture.  FIELD OF HOPE – help clean up and provide maintenance on our new land. PRAYER WALK – join other volunteers and the staff of Living Hope as we walk and pray for the campus and land that God has entrusted to us.

So how do you get involved?  Simply report for service at the Living Hope Main Campus in Capri on Mandela Day, July 18th between 10am -3pm and make yourself available for 67 minutes of service.  If you have tools that can help with any of the projects bring them along and be ready to use them.

The Living Hope Capri campus is located on Kommetjie Rd in Capri across from the Sunny Acres shopping centre and Food Zone.  For more information contact Mario on 021 784 2800 or 073 279 9190.

We look forward to seeing you and having you join in on this great celebration of service and hope!!

 

Living Grace* is hosting a “Ride for Recovery Breakfast Run” on 13 April 2013 beginning at 7 a.m in Muizenberg, the ride will take you around the Peninsular ending at Living Hope in Capri.  The cost is R100 per person and includes  breakfast and coffee. All funds raised will benefit the substance abuse recovery programme at Living Grace.

For more information call 021 788 9702 or email admin@livinggrace.co.za

*Living Grace is a ministry of Living Hope and is focused on reaching out to the Homeless and the Addicted.

The Homeless ministry provides help in the form of daily meals, locker storage, shower and laundry and a clothing shop to people.  Spiritual help is a significant focus.  CLients also receive access to social service, medical care and opportunities for employment and accommodation.

A major issue in driving poverty and AIDS is Substance Abuse.  The Substance Abuse program offers outpatient rehabilitation to clients in all the areas we serve.  The program is based on a “road to recovery” model.

It is important to note that Living Grace does not charge for any of its services and relies solely on donor support to continue to offer a helping hand to those in desperate circumstances.

Thanks so much for your support this year.

 

The first annual Ride to Recovery took place on a beautiful Saturday. On November 17th, area bikers joined together at Food Love’s Market in Tokai where they rode a stunning 2 hour route around the peninsula. They viewed several Living Hope communities and finished the ride at Living Hope offices in Capri. The riders were treated to a light brunch, served by Living Grace staff and clients. All funds raised benefited Living Grace. Peter Lovick, General Manager of Living Grace, is an avid biker, especially for a great cause.

Many local residents chose to spend their 67 minutes serving the clients and staff of Living Hope. Combined, our local community of volunteers logged over 24 hours worth of service.

“God Bless all those who gave a representative of the goodness that is so often hidden within the hearts of people – we had the privilege of being the recipients and it was truly a blessing,” Sandy Lovick, (Manager, Living Care).

Fifteen members of the South African Military Medical Corps from the Simonstown Sickbay served in the Living Way Health Care Centre Unit for 67 minutes which allowed mangers to provide a tea for their own staff and allow them 67 minutes away from the ward. The University of Delaware missions team also served the staff.

The medics assisted Living Care Manager, Sandy Lovick, with the hands on care of the patients while other servicemen served and helped feed patients while others cleaned windows, and swept and mopped the floors throughout the Unit.

A branch of the Navy attended to the gardens and sanded and varnished two benches for the verandah. They also presented us with a cake decorated with the Navy crest that was shared by patients and staff.

Adding sunshine as his 67 minutes, rollup blinds were fitted by Matthew Hare as his contribution to Mandela Day. These were to the value of R10,000.00, a tremendous assistance to the comfort of the patients.

Also in the Health Care Centre, staff members from Harcourts Property provided a collection of biscuits from their staff. Representatives shared a packet with each patient and left us with a bag full of packets for distribution at a later date.

Two young ladies from Masi arrived and asked what they could do and willingly emptied dustbins and mopped floors. A young man from Ocean View cleaned windows, which meant that every window had been cleaned by the end of the day!

Ladies of the Seven Day Adventist Church delivered a gift for every staff member to say thank you for what the staff do for others everyday as they work at Living Hope. As Living Hope continues to offer health care screenings, two teams from America assisted, making it possible to test 123 people in just over three hours.

Russel Rigter (volunteer) assisted with the co-ordination of Silvermine Academy who varnished Living Hope’s wooden bungalows at False Bay hospital and Liz Potgieter (volunteer) took the photos at False Bay hospital.

Jackie Boshoff cleaned out the Living Right room in Masiphumelele and Emily Aaserod-Oosthuizen assisted with packing grocery parcels that had been very kindly donated by a variety of donors throughout the day.

Thank you to all who served Living Hope for Mandela Day. Your 67 minutes has left a lasting impression.

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Track 1 – Abambonang’ uYesu (They have not seen Him)

Many have not seen Him
Jesus passing by
He was performing miracles
Jesus passing by.

 Tracks 3 – Themba lam (My hope)

I will ascend with my hope
When I enter in heaven my hope will be with me
Praise, praise the name of the Lord 

Track 6 – Nkosi sikelel’iAfrika

Lord bless Afrika
May her spirit rise high up
Hear our prayers oh Father
Oh Lord bless, us its family 

Let it be! Let it be!
Let it be till eternity!

Track 7 – Great wonder

A great mystery, a great wonder
That has filled the heavens and the earth.
This great wonder Is God’s own son
Came down to earth that we may be saved.
He felt great compassion
He took upon Him all our sin and shame. 
Those that believe in Him today shall not be judged
May you be glorified Lord for eternity.

Track 9 – Coming Home

I have strayed away from home
Now I am coming back
Open your loving arms Lord and welcome me back.
Coming home, coming home
Lord I’m coming home
Open your loving arms Lord welcome me back.

Track 10 – Hymn 10

When the great men and women of faith depart on this earth;
You father of all great men and women shall remain with us.
That great sea of great men and women of faith therefore
Shall never cease.

Track 11 – iminyaka (Years)

Many years have passed by
And time has gone by:
Jesus is coming, and He is coming very soon.
The time of His second coming does not seem
He will come and fetch us all that are His
For He indeed is coming very soon.

Track 12 – Izulu wolingena (You will enter heaven)

You will enter heaven only by your work in Christ!

Track 13 – Hallelujah amen

Hallelujah unto the lamb
That died on Calvary.
Hallelujah Hallelujah
Hallelujah  Amen

For all our friends who aren’t  able to make the “Night of Worship” Benefit Concert for Living Hope on the 26th April at Brentwood Baptist Church, Nashville, TN, we have great news … you are able to watch online through a online live simulcast.

 Performing artists include: Michael W Smith, Tommy Walker, Jennie Lee Riddle, Meredith Andrews, Michael Farren, Shelly E Johnson and more

Click the link below to view the concert online:

http://live.worshipstream.com/SDCCWorshipNight

 

Living Hope will be hosting their Partners Conference this April from the 25 – 26th at Brentwood Baptist Church, Nashville, TN.

Everyone is welcome, should you wish to attend, please click the link below to register:

http://www.brentwoodbaptist.com/brentwood/announcements/2012/03-22/living-hope-partners-conference

There will also be a special NIGHT of  WORSHIP to end everything off on April 26th at 6:30pm!

Hope to see you all there!

 

Living Hope is thrilled to announce a special Benefit concert which will be hosted on the 26th April 2012 at Brentwood Baptist, TN and promises to be a night full of entertainment and meaningful worship.

The concert will form part of this year’s Worship Leader “Song DISCovery Conference” and will coincide with our annual partners conference. Not only will we be treated to songs by Michael W Smith, but the line- up includes artists like Tommy Walker, Jennie Lee Riddle, Michael Farren, Meredith Andrews and Shelly E Johnson.

For all those attending the concert, you will have the opportunity to purchase the new Michael W Smith song which he wrote and produced for Living Hope. This song is featured on a CD that will be available on the night of the concert. This CD was a dream project that involved a choir from Masiphumelele and has had input from Jars of Clay and Casting Crowns in its production.

(click below to see what Michael W Smith has to say about Living Hope and the concert)

Michael W Smith talks about Living Hope and the concert

But that is not all! We will also use this opportunity to launch a book entitled:” Faces of Hope”, that was written by Allen Allnoch, a volunteer from the US that worked at Living Hope. This book features the stories of the people who have been touched and changed by the work that Living Hope is doing in the communities we serve. It is a beautiful book and will be on sale at the concert too.

So bring your friends and your family along on 26th April at 6.30pm to Brentwood Baptist, TN For more info about the night of worship, please email dpop@brentwoodbaptist.com

*The concert is a non ticketed event so there is no charge for entrance, however, as it is a benefit concert, we appeal to all to open their hearts and give towards Living Hope in a generous way. Our focus on the night will be to raise funds for our DAD program which allows Life Skills Educators to work with children and teens in impoverished and challenging home-circumstances to bring hope and to show God’s love. Through the various programs offered, the children have a place to feel at home and loved, while learning about sexual abstinence and other lifestyle issues. The program also includes parenting classes extending Living Hope’s influence into the home.