On Tuesday, CAST celebrated what God has done in 2014 through our Annual General Meeting. The focus of the night was on CAST’s commitment to building a movement of Christians and churches who build the kingdom of God every day, in simple, ordinary ways by bringing peace, justice, compassion and salvation to everyone we touch. CAST celebrated our staff, volunteers, donors, and members, and their commitment to becoming part of the movement.
Before the AGM, everyone enjoyed a light dinner of soup and bread. Then attendees were entertained by two local choirs from Lamontville who performed songs in both English and Zulu.
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In addition to hearing updates from various CAST staff, attendees also had the chance to hear a few testimonies from individuals who have been empowered by CAST, including Mbali Sontsele, a woman from Lamontville who lost her home in a fire, Lydia Gayiya, an Addington CAST volunteer, and Sizwe Blose, a young man from KwaDabeka who has been mentored.
“Give Your Brain a Hand” artwork, created by students from Addington Primary School, was displayed in the foyer for guests to see. Most of the artwork was created from recycled materials.
Overall the night was a great success, celebrating what God has done in the lives of his people. Thank you for being a part of the movement!