Epiphany Services Reflect On Resilience
On Tuesday 9 January, pupils took part in services to celebrate the Feast of Epiphany, the feast that marks the arrival of the three wise men to pay homage to the newborn king.
This school year the Chaplaincy theme is ‘Resilience’. So in the service, Father Alan Whelan MSC reflected on how that journey of the three wise men was one of resilience. He encouraged pupils, as they settled back down to daily school life, to reflect on their personal resilience, sharing stories of resilience before encouraging pupils to record their focus for resilience this term on a card. Headmaster, Grove du Toit, reminded the school community to focus their energy and their resilience on the things that matter.
Of course, no Epiphany service would be complete without the singing of the popular carol, We Three Kings. You can hear pupils singing the opening lines here.
Our thanks go to Father Alan for leading the services and for reminding us all of the importance of resilience.