17 November 2016
Renowned pastor, Angus Buchan, plans to fill FNB Stadium as he prays for rain and the end of a recent dark cloud casting over the country, this Saturday, 19th November. “This is set to be the largest multicultural, multi-language gathering South Africa has ever seen – All for one purpose – asking for God’s hand of mercy on our land, once more.
The Angus Buchan: Sacred Assembly event at the country’s biggest venue is free from Computicket, Shoprite/Checkers retail outlets around the country. The FNB Stadium Precinct parking costs R50 with Park n Ride facilities (R120-160 return) from Alberton, Carnival City, Eastrand Mall, Forest Hill City, Linden, Silverstar and Menlyn also available. The event is also being serviced by Top 6 Taxi’s, Rea Vaya bus services and Uber, with a special discount for first time riders. For more transport info and FAQ’s, go to www.angusbuchan.co.za/sacredassembly
“The vast majority of South Africans, across all colour and cultural boundaries, yearn for hope, peace and justice. There are already over 70,000 tickets being distributed and there are approximately 30,000 more tickets to go as we all come together in praying for peace, prosperity and rain to cultivate our crops.”
“We will also pray for the leadership of our country as we all look to steer the ship in the positive direction that will benefit South Africans and call to an end all the negativity that has plagued us in recent months. It is pleasing to see the public response from all corners and demographics of our beautiful land.
“I invite all South Africans – young, old, black, white, coloured, Indian, men, women and children. Each individual – miners, students, church ministers, farmers, sports people, housewives, the aged, teachers, politicians, business people and the unemployed to come pray together on Saturday.”
There are a number of high profile dignitaries already expected to attend the Nasrec located venue that is famous for football events having staged the 2010 Fifa World Cup final as well as the recently sold-out Soweto derby fixture between Orlando Pirates and Kaizer Chiefs.
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