The Tumbleweed Story
March 11, 2024

For fifteen years, this community met in a marquee tent on a vacant lot. Every Sunday morning, they would pitch the tent, set out the chairs and set up the sound equipment. This happened every Sunday for most of the year. In 2023, Idwala Rock Foundation teamed up with Judea Harvest and Crossways Church to build a 240 metres squared building, which was completed in March 2024. This was the first phase. The second phase is currently in the planning stage, whereby the functional use of the building during the week would comprise of community uplifting activities. The progress on this phase will be announced in due course.

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