African Children’s Choir

Helping Africa’s most vulnerable children today, so they can help Africa tomorrow.

The choir are touring the UK with their amazing programme of African dance, drumming and worship songs to uplift you with their wondrous message of hope. The concert features singing, choreography and traditional instruments played by the children. The 80 minute programme includes praise and worship music combined with songs from their own African culture. These talented children are full of joy despite their difficult circumstances, and will capture the hearts of all who watch them.

The money raised from these tours directly enables Music For Life to make a difference in the lives of so many children in Africa. With a focus on education, the Choir is currently caring for several thousand underprivileged children throughout Africa who represent the 53,000 children from around the continent that have been involved in the programmes in the past and are benefiting from the work of the Choir. The children, aged 7 – 11, could have lost all hope, but they have overcome their circumstances and are now working towards making a positive impact in their communities.

Friday 14 December at 7pm. Tickets are available here 

Stuart Townend Courage Tour

 

Friday 23 November at 7.30pm

The concert explores the significance of courage – in all the trials of life, including issues of mental and spiritual health and Stuart’s own recent personal and family experience of grief and loss.

The format is a mixture of chat, congregational worship and performance, and Stuart will also be talking about some of the songs and how they came to be written.

There will be a break for refreshments. The atmosphere is relaxed and informal, but worshipful and participative.

Tickets are now on sale here