AWF Diocese of Khahlamba lights up Green

 

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The Anglican Woman’s Fellow­ship of the Diocese of Khahlamba held its 4th annual conference at Palloti Farm in Queenstown from the 19th -20th August 2017. Ms Thulethu Ngudle and Mr Bonginkosi White from the Diocese of Mthatha, attended the event representing Green Anglicans Provincial office. In their speech they explained the relevancy and importance of the environment in our church.

They urged every member of the AWF to become a green Anglican. They can become Green Anglicans by taking care of the environment e.g. saving water, recycling, avoiding any form of pollution, tree planting, do away with take away containers, gardening etc. They urged AWF members to start up projects that will encourage people to take care of the environment. AWF members were so happy to hear about the Green Anglicans and promised to start caring for the environment.

-Thulethu Ngudle

 

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