CHAPEL SERVICES We held two Chapel services a week with one by led myself and another by the boys from the various houses. Some of the topics covered were: new life through faith in Christ; keeping faith in God despite tragedy and trauma; the power of the Holy Spirit; forgiving one another and tithing and giving generously. In respect of the last mentioned topic we responded by taking the highest offerings at our Chapel service in recent history. Our worship, led by Bernard Krüger and also by the SCA band, has consisted of the singing of contemporary songs such as “Oceans” and traditional hymns such as “There’s a light upon the mountain.” This has catered for the varied worship styles of our boys and staff.We have even witnessed a few tears at odd occasions during our singing testifying to a meaningful worship experience. I was assisted at each service by our head of chapel, Daniel Pons, in the reading of the scripture of the day and the opening of the Chapel. SCA The SCA, led by the Siya Kheswa and the Committee, assisted by myself and Sue Murray, has continued to play a pivotal role in sharing faith in God. The group has continued to grow in numbers with over 200 boys in attendance at some meetings. We invited speakers from the SCA on topics such as self-image, the love of God and how to make good choices with special reference to alcohol and drugs. We also had braai’s and fellowship with St. Mary’s, Durban Girls College and St. John’s. MINISTRYWEEK Our Ministry week took place at the end of July and was themed “Believe”. We had guest speakers at assemblies and in classes from various churches. One of the highlights of the week was Angus Buchan who spoke on the power of the Holy Spirit.We also had performing bands.The week ended with a youth rally, attended by some 500 young people from surrounding schools. CELL GROUPS Our Cell Groups met regularly in the boarding houses, led by the SCA committee boys. Here the boys discussed the challenges and joys they experienced during the week, studied Bible topics and prayed together. These cell groups have helped the boys to build strong relationships in the Lord with one another and have served as a source of spiritual and moral strength. 61 SPIRITUALITY The words of BishopVorster, at my induction service on 21st January, still ring fresh in my ear:“Be the aroma of Christ…” This report is an attempt to show how we have tried to be that aroma.