The Mwangaza Children’s Choir is a singing, dancing, drumming choir of 18 children aged between 8 and 12 years old from Kampala, Uganda. They are on an ambitious tour of 47 towns and cities across Australia to raise awareness and funds to help
Choir team leader Ronald Sahr Jarvouhey said the group had come to the country with more than just entertainment in mind. “We have kids here who are singing on behalf of other children in Uganda who might not be able to get to school,” he said. “We believe God can give people here the opportunity to be able to help those children get to school.”
The tour will raise funds through donations, the sale of traditional crafts, and pledges to Africa Renewal Ministries, as well as supporting Northgate’s International Mission arm of Live Connection.
Come and join us in hearing this wonderful choir while we celebrate and help the Ugandan people!
Saturday 21 April 2018 – 6.30 pm – followed by coffee and cake – Northgate Ministries