Our News

20 APRIL 2021


The life-rights residents of Kendrick House spent some time this morning making over 200 sandwiches for the fire-fighters fighting the blaze on Table Mountain. After the Manager of the Home had opened in prayer and Kitchen Manager Ian Lamont had explained how the process would work, the residents got stuck in making sure they buttered the bread from “wall to wall” as they added a variety of fillings. Spirits soared as they chatted and listened to background music while making a difference to the lives of others. The sandwich making was followed by tea and biscuits and a round of applause when it was all over. The sandwiches were delivered to “Ladles of Love” who will distribute them to the fire-fighters.


As part of our Easter celebrations the residents of Kendrick House enjoyed a special Church service. Members of the staff took part in the Scripture readings from Matthew 27, appropriate hymns were sung and the Manager, Mrs Judy Simons delivered a message centered on the cross. The greatness of Jesus was brought across by Lee-Ann Davids in song and dance. The service was followed by hot cross buns for tea and a special roast lunch which was enjoyed by everyone present.

Jesus, grant us strength to carry the cross when……?


The staff and residents spent some time in devotion this morning commemorating the announcement of national lock-down due to Covid-19 one year ago and giving thanks to the Lord for His protection. Residents and staff participated in the lighting of candles, prayers and singing. Prayers covered various aspects of Covid-19 experienced during the time that the pandemic has been amongst us as a world and nation.