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Prayer sessions for matrics

02 October 2015
Matrics joined in prayer and praise at the 2014 session.

Matrics joined in prayer and praise at the 2014 session.

Kouga Municipality will be hosting two prayer sessions for matriculants in preparation of their final school examinations.

All matriculants, their parents, caregivers, educators, spiritual and community leaders are invited to attend.

The first session will take place on Wednesday, 14 October 2015, at 6pm at the Kruisfontein Civic Centre in Humansdorp.

The second session will take place on Thursday, 15 October 2015, at the Dan Sandi Hall in Ramaphosa Village, Patensie.

Kouga Speaker Magdalene Dlomo said that the matric prayer session was a highlight of Council’s annual programme.

“Matriculants tend to be under a lot of pressure to perform well in their final exam. As adults, it is our responsibility to let them know that we will be there for them in any way we can during this important time,” she said.

“They don’t have to face the exams alone. Even when they are in the exam hall, there is a higher power who knows and loves them in totality, regardless of what the outcome might be.”