Dear all, 

I wanted to share a quick message with you about what’s currently happening in South Africa and how this impacts your training at MyFiladelfia.

Last night, our President, let us know that there will be a significant cancellation of various events, which has already started to occur and the fact that we should limit travel as far as possible. Concerning our workshop/contact session season, it is critically important for us to realise that this impacts us. So, we’ve decided that we would like to adhere to what he has said. 

Therefore, we are going to move all our first-round workshops/contact sessions to online webinars. The good thing is you will now save on travel and the cost that you would have for guest houses. We will host it on an online format for you in the comfort of your own home. We realise that for the next month’s things are be going to be quite confusing. MyFiladelfia should not add to that stress. As per usual, everything continues regarding your studies, your assignments, the administration, and the office. The telephones, emails, everything is going to be business as usual. 

We’re also going to send an e-mail to each of the students, to inform you how everything will work regarding the online webinars. Dates will be confirmed, and the sessions will be recorded. You must know that we have your best interests at heart, and it’s essential to make sure that everybody is safe. Therefore we’ve decided to continue with the workshops in an online format.

Secondly, we will also, unfortunately, be cancelling the graduation event in May. Alternatively, this year, we will be mailing your qualifications to you. 

If there are any questions that you have, do not hesitate to contact us. We are ready to take your calls and answer your emails. 
We are here to help, and to be a solution in times of crisis. 

God has always been, and He always will be in control. MyFiladelfia is here to stay, albeit in a slightly new fashion.

We still look forward to meeting you in person, and it seems that we’re going to do at the end of the year.

God bless and stay safe.

Pastor Jack.

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