Tygerberg Service Centre and Meals on Wheels, based in Parrow in the Western Cape is the oldest of its kind within the realm of the Seventh-Day Adventist Church.
This branch was stated just two years after the birth of Meals on Wheels, making it just shy of 50 years old.
Once in East London he had one of his teeth knocked out, but in that town an SDA church was later built, a matter of great satisfaction to Moko, who stated that he would gladly give every tooth he had if each one would result in the establishment of a church. Hyatt he traveled widely through the Kaffir country in a small wagon, holding meetings and establishing churches. He retained his strength and vigor almost to the end of his long life.
In 1915 Moko was ordained, being the first African SDA minister to be ordained in South Africa. This article is reprinted with permission from the Seventh-Day Adventist Encyclopedia, copyright © by Review and Herald Publishing Association, 55 West Oak Ridge Drive, Hagerstown, Maryland 21740, 800-765-6955.
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In 1893 Moko accepted the Seventh-day Adventist faith through the influence of Fred Reed, and was baptized in 1895 (according to his obituary) at the second camp meeting held in South Africa.
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