Mwangaza Children’s Choir at Centerpoint Church

By Jon Duncan
Special to The PREVIEW

Mwangaza (pronounced m-wahn-GAH-zah) Children’s Choir is dedicated to sharing the Gospel of Jesus Christ through song, dance and testimony.

Mwangaza is the Swahili word for “shining light.”

The radiant faces of the children and audience shape the tour into an unforgettable experience that bridges cultural and language barriers. The majority of each Mwangaza concert is performed in English, but some parts may be in their native language, Swahili.

Mwangaza Children’s Choir is an inspiring group of hopeful and talented children, ages 8-12, who admirably represent the orphaned and poverty-stricken youth of Uganda.

The choir, which is based in Gaba, Uganda, tours as a ministry outreach of Africa Renewal Ministries to share a special message of hope through original Ugandan song and dance. In the process, the children seek to raise awareness of and resources for the churches, schools, orphanages, medical clinics and child sponsorships that have been established by Africa Renewal Ministries.

Join us at Centerpoint Church on Sunday, June 16, at 6:30 p.m. to see the Mwangaza Children’s Choir perform.  Centerpoint is located at 2750 Cornerstone Drive, across U.S. 160 from the golf course.

This story was posted on June 13, 2013.