Sunday, April 22, 2007
Open House Time Again!
Salisbury House is different from many other men's residences at Universities in South Africa. As a rule the house is closed to 50% of the population: ladies.
Once a semester, we hold an Open House. During this time the students go to a lot of effort to beautify their rooms and to become hospitable to the ladies that are usually not allowed in.
Our theme was: The Circus. Our worship for the evening was also based on the theme. We described several characters in the circus and asked the students who they would identify with. Each character also had some truths to share about life in general.
This is TJ talking about jugglers.
Pablo talks about Trapeze Artists.
I think we were able to put an accurate identikit of Zandisile on the screen. If he ever commits a crime this could help to identify him.
Neeta felt that Zandisile displayed too much of a eurocentric stereotype of being a clown. He tried to africanize the role slightly.
Peter has a lot of experience with the young lions in our dorm.
Mpho poses with his good friend Shalom.
Mirless being very welcoming in a special friend in Paulo Darcy's room. Guess who comes form Angola.
Photography Credit: Pictures taken by our campus chaplain, Ps. Eddie Appollis.