Sunday, August 13
Stage in the Round
235 Queens Quay West
Neema Children's choir – representing children in Uganda and the rest of Africa who have been orphaned due to the effects of civil war, AIDS and under-developed social systems – raise their voices in songs of love, gratitude and praise, testifying to the hope that brough them through unimaginable challenges.
The Neema Children’s choir members are orphaned children aged 8–17, who are being raised by Pastor Francis Daniel Mutibwa and his wife Winnie Tumu of Kingdom Child Project in Uganda. Neema Children’s choir was birthed over ten years ago as a result of the cry of the less privileged, orphans and destitute children of Uganda in 2002. The Neema Children’s choir captivates and inspires their audiences with joyful songs that speak of their plight, their journey of deliverance, healing, restoration and faith.