Ubombo Children’s Care Village; Sunday School!

On my visit of a couple of weeks back, I was lucky enough to be able to join the children for Sunday School with the classroom turned into Chapel. A delight. One of the house mom’s read the story about Abraham and Joseph, and the children took turns translating it from English to Zulu. There was beautiful singing and afterwards we had tea and scones, which one of the older girls had baked for the group. It was charming, and moving and raised much emotion in me.

If you find yourself staying in the area over a weekend, do make your way to the Children’s Home and join in. Its a remarkable experience. Be warned though, there may be tears.

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