Mwangaza Children’s Choir comes to Wellington and Palmerston North

Mwangaza Children’s Choir comes to Wellington and Palmerston North

On the 19th of May, Wellington Cathedral of St Paul is hosting a Tearfund event with the Mwangaza children’s choir. “We’re really excited by this, and are keen to publicise this widely throughout the diocese,” says Richard Apperley, the Cathedral’s Assistant Music Director.  The event will be raising money for Tearfund’s work.  The choir will also be performing in Palmerston North on the 18th of May, and in Lower Hutt and Porirua on the 20th of May – visit the website for more information.

The Mwangaza Children’s Choir (pronounced m-wahn-GAH-zah) is an inspiring group of talented children aged 8-12 who are dedicated to sharing the Gospel of hope through song, dance and their testimonies. The choir based in Gaba, Uganda, was established in 2004 as a ministry outreach of Africa Renewal Ministries (ARM). They have extensively toured the USA, Holland and Germany, and are now coming to Australasia in 2018.

Through traditional African worship songs and dance they raise awareness and support for the churches, schools, medical clinics and orphanages ARM establishes throughout Uganda. As Tearfund ambassadors, the choir also promotes our Child Sponsorship Programme. It’s all about shining the light of Jesus throughout Uganda and the world!

Details of the Mwangaza Children’s Choir – Light Up Tour 2018 are as follows:

Friday 18th of May, 7pm
Life Church, Palmerston North

Saturday 19 May, 7pm
Wellington Cathedral of St Paul

Sunday 20th of May, 10am
Hope Centre, Lower Hutt

Sunday 20th May, 7pm
Elim Church, Porirua

What’s in store for you:
A vibrant evening that is colourful and beautiful!
Seeing and hearing children who love to give testimonies, sing, and share life experiences a way for you to reach out internationally without travel!
An incredible outreach opportunity for your church
A high-quality Christian musical event

Experience the incredible sights and sounds of authentic African worship, The Mwangaza Experience—it’s life-changing!  See more (including an inspiring video) at