1. Saving Souls Sideways 2015: Skate, Ski, Surf


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    Saving Souls Sideways is an event we do with our high school guys as we go skating, skiing and surfing over the course of three days. We study God's word, have fun and build relationships to the glory of God! We look forward to next year's trip in 2016! Youth Group is every Wednesday night: Jr High 5:30 & High School 7:15

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    • Minedumps and Tokoloshes


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      Comic artists Moray Rhoda and Ray Whitcher are on a mission to get more South African-flavoured stories told by local creators. Readers, they say, are ready. “People are hungry for comics,” says Whitcher, an animator and illustrator in Joburg who teaches multimedia design at the Greenside Design Centre. “ They didn’t know that they [South African comics] existed… People are like ‘Wow!’ They have been going ‘I didn’t know that this stuff was so good!’ People think because its South African its bad.” Whitcher and Rhoda are part of SA Comics, a collective of independent South African artists producing cartoons and comics, both printed and online. “We wanted to bring comics to an audience that might not neccessairly be familiar with it but would respect the medium,” says Whitcher. They are part of a larger burgeoning of creativity within the South African comics industry that is exploring new storylines, themes and characters more reflective of our current-day society. There have even been gay squirrels [link to Girl Power] and streetwise skhokhos (tough guy). Rhoda, the creator behind Velocity, a collaborative graphic novel anthology created by South African and Australian comic book artists is generally recognised as the “godfather” of local comics because of his longstanding involvement. Based in Cape Town, Rhoda has been involved in the local comics scene since 2000 when he founded the Igubu Comics Collective. When Igubu disbanded, Rhoda began art directing Media 24’s Beat Comics studio, producing the comics Unicity, Mzansi Beats and Kasiwash. Stalwart supporters of the cause, they offer advice to other comics entering the industry. “Lets hear some South African stories because we don’t have enough. Everyone is trying to be American. We know the American formula works,” says Whitcher. “I want to see something about tokoloshes, I want to see something about mine dumps.” Rhoda advises youngsters not to give up: “The first comic you’re going to make is not going to be that good. But you have to keep making stuff and accept that people are going to say that it’s not really all that good.” But the interview ends on a high note with Rhoda giving his definition of creativity. He says, “creativity is being able to look at a blank page and see the possibilities on that page.”

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      • Velocity Students – Egg Roulette


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        • Harassment 40 sec-03


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          “The liberal idea of tolerance is more and more a kind of intolerance. What it means is 'Leave me alone; don't harass me; I'm intolerant towards your over-proximity.” Say No to Harrasment A initiative Awareness campaign produced for WDD

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          • Warasat 35 Sec


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            • Sketch 53 sec


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              This Advertisement was created for the initiation of awareness campaign on the behalf of Women Development Department.

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              • Brooks CR - Cat 5 and 4 finish


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                This video is about Brooks CR - Cat 5 and 4 finish

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                • Gatti Randagi 3


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                  • Introduction // Tere O'Connor / Sister


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                    Performance of Tere O'Connor's work "Sister" Part of Velocity OPEN FORUM: Irreconcilability, presented by Velocity and On The Boards. NOV 23, 2015 / Velocity Founders Theater Performed by fearless and unparalleled NYC dancers, David Thomson and Cynthia Oliver, "Sister" weaves various dance vocabularies into an intimate, complex, yet often playful tapestry, creating an unexpected universe. "Sister" (2012) was commissioned by the Krannert Art Museum at the University of Illinois and is the third work in Tere O’Connor’s BLEED project investigating the complex strata of information comprising a dance. “I tried to escape the omnipresence of theme and variation in dance by immersing myself in what I call ‘variation and variation.’ I looked to sisters as a metaphor for duplication, sameness and difference. I was attempting to validate a different idea regarding ‘development’ in a dance, one that didn’t offer an anchoring point.” – Tere O’Connor on Sister

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                    • Velocity


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                      The presence of time in our everyday life.

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