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St Luke's Anglican Church in Evaton, Vereeniging, yesterday celebrated 100 years of existence..
The church was founded in 1906 by the residents and the celebration of a century of worshipping the Almighty was held at the church .
The original church, which still exists, was a small building built from rocks.
But another building, which was opened in 1919, is used for worshipping.
Bishop Peter Lee held a short prayer at the old building. The congregation then moved to the building they now use for the church service.
"It is with great joy that I celebrate 100 years with you [the congregants] in this holy building," Bishop Lee said.
Sowetan's regional editor Charles Mogale, who is a parishioner and church organist, accompanied the singing.
The church last month had a gala dinner and an auction to raise funds to build a community purpose centre.