But I do know that they started services at 7:00 pm with a memorial service. Then at 8:30 pm they had a robing service for the Women’s Manyano and the Young Men’s Guild. The women’s Manyano is the women’s service organization of the church. Unlike in the
The uniforms colors symbolize the darkness the world was in before Christ (black) followed by the blood of Christ which washed away our sins (red) and finally the light of the world in Christ because we are cleansed (white). The ladies in the pictures below are the wives of the Superintendent and two ministers in Central Circuit. From Left to Right they are: Mrs. Nyameka, Mrs. Gaolatlhe and Mrs. Mubuza.
After the Robing service, there was a revival that started at 10:30 pm. I was told the sanctuary was absolutely packed and that it was a very moving service with of course lots of singing, dancing and praying. It was followed by a prayer service at 4:45am which lead to Holy Communion at 5:30am. They broke for breakfast at 7:00am. Then at 9:00 they have a “Devine Service”. The scripture for this service was Luke 24:1-12. Of course the emphasis was on the resurrection because without the resurrection, all we would have been left with was the death of a very influential man. There were very few people left for this service. Most people had started heading back to their homesteads and some much needed rest. It was an awesome weekend, even with a horrible headache. I a so sorry I missed the revival