Welcome to
Towers of Hope

A  place where vulnerable people can
realise, through the grace of God,
their God-given ABILITY

Towers of Hope
Towers of Hope

Tel +27 51 430 4274
Email info@towersofhope.org

Tue-Fri | 9am - 5pm

37 Henry Street | Bloemfontein | 9301 | RSA

FNB | Brandwag 23-05-34


11 July 2016

Mandela Day 2016 @ Towers!

Next Monday, 18 July, Towers of Hope has quite a couple of diverse opportunities for those who, in commemorationof Nelson Mandela, want to do their 67 MINUTES of community service.

You could either be involved with:

  • our food program (i.e. serving or preparing food in our daily soup kitchen),
  • helping us to sort out and preparing clothing parcels in our 2nd hand clothing bank,
  • assisting in cleaning our facilities (i.e. washing walls & windows, painting the fence),
  • assisting in general admin on our office,
  • or IF YOU ARE VERY ADVENTUROUS, preparing "eco-bricks" (i.e. filling plastice bottles with non-recyclable rubbish)

Whatever you would like to do, PLEASE contact us beforehand @ 051-430-4274 (office), or Neels @ 076-930-2046 / neels@towersofhope.org

Together, we are making a difference!

De la Harpe V le Roux

Woodcutting by Fritz Eichenberg (1901-1990), “Christ of the Breadline” (1950)

“[Christ] who, being in the very nature of God, did not consider equality with God something to be grasped, but made himself nothing, taking the very nature of a servant...” (Phlp 2:5-6)

In the picture, Christ of the breadlines… the artist tries to picture THIS LOVE of Jesus for broken, smelly, ignorant human beings by picturing Jesus as one of us!  He has wholly and totally associated Himself with those on the margins of society.  He knows every worry, trouble, heart-ache.  He has paid for it by his blood.  He has taken it onto Himself...

And as his followers, we have to follow Him also in THIS...