Wa­toto choir to per­form

North Coast Times - - OPINION -

A CHIL­DREN’S choir from Uganda will per­form in Clark­son this Thurs­day.

The Zion Fel­low­ship will host the Wa­toto Chil­dren’s Choir pro­duc­tion, Signs and Won­ders, from 7pm on Oc­to­ber 12.

Wa­toto Child Care Min­istries formed in Kam­pala in 1994, with eight or­phans and one wi­dow form­ing the ini­tial group.

Since then it has pro­vided res­i­den­tial care for more than 4000 or­phaned and vul­ner­a­ble chil­dren in the African city, in­clud­ing for­mer child sol­diers.

The choir has toured six con­ti­nents since 1994 and launched the Signs and Won­ders pro­duc­tion in Jan­uary.

“This pro­duc­tion is go­ing to chal­lenge pre­con­ceived ideas about mir­a­cles,” cre­ative di­rec­tor James Skin­ner said.

“The chil­dren will share sto­ries of how their lives have been changed and how they have been called into a life of pur­pose to trans­form their com­mu­ni­ties.”

The per­for­mance will start 7pm at Zion Fel­low­ship in Clark­son.

Call Philip Chia 0421 331 940 for de­tails.

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