SA-based musician to grace Call to Worship event

HARARE - Zimbabwean musician Mkhululi Bhebhe, who is part of South Africa’s Joyous Celebration, will grace the two-day Call to Worship Africa (CTWA) worship nights and music seminar on May 24 and 25 at the Harare International Conference Centre.

The Worship Africa (CTWA) event will see over 80 musicians from various churches take part in the praise and worship celebration.

Major highlights of the show will include praise and worship seminar and two music nights.

Musicians Bongani Nhlabi, Tracy Ushe, Tatenda Machingura, Shuvai Mafuta and Kelvin Tapi, who will perform during the two-day event, are excited to be part of the praise and worship celebration.

“I joined CTWA in 2011 and at that time I was a fitter and turner. CTWA is a fusion of different churches, culture and rhythms.

It has been an eye-opener in terms of worship and I got to learn about the diversity of praise and worship,” said Nhlabi.

“We will have an international music night on My 24 where we adopt different international English songs.
“A mini workshop on grooming and other music lessons will take place from the morning of May 25 before the Africa night where we will celebrate African rhythms and local worship songs,” added Nhlabi.

Ushe, who also doubles up as the CTWA administrator, hailed the participation of South Africa -based Mkhululi.

“We are so excited that Mkhululi is coming back home to impart the knowledge he attained while he was in SA. It is an opportunity to get to know him and I am so grateful to be part of a greater call of people who are influencing the manifestation of something good,” said Ushe.

“CTWA unites the people from all walks of life. The mandate is to unify the body of Christ through music”.
Machingura echoed similar sentiments and added: “I only joined the team last year and I already feel an impartation, we take praise and worship to higher dimensions.”

CTWA seeks to reach out to the Zimbabwean youths in order to empower them through music training workshops to either participate in Church Worship teams or be professional musicians as a way of earning a living.

Their mandate is to raise anointed, passionate worshipers who will usher in the presence of God wherever they go. - Tarisai Machakaire

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