Celebration Church hosts Night of Arts Part Two


CELEBRATION Church Bulawayo will on Friday host an event dubbed the Night of Arts Part Two, featuring various Christian artistes, among them Family Voices.


Other groups invited for the cross-cultural event are Youths for Christ Artists, Harvest House International Church Youths Artists and Destiny Praise.

Organisers of the event said the main mission was to minister to the youths and young adults in the Bulawayo community through creative arts ministry which consist of drama, poetry, music and dance.

Lorna Nyathi, one of the administrators told Southern Eye yesterday that in the past months they had been concerned about how best they could minister to their target groups.

“We realised that to sufficiently influence salvation among young adults we need to reach out to them and teach them about the Word of God.

“Cross-culture recognises that young adults have limited knowledge about the Word of God and we anticipate to making it easy for them by spreading and imparting it to them through a more creative, fun and entertaining way which is performance through arts,” she added.

Nyathi said his organisation wanted to expose Bulawayo’s talent in a Christian way.

The theme scripture of the event is in 1 Peter 4 verse 10 which states that “Each one should use whatever gift he has received to serve others, faithfully administering God’s grace in its various forms.”

Auditions were conducted last Friday at Celebration Church where different youths showcased their talents.

Reverend Lizwe Sibanda said: “The Night of Arts is a platform for young people to showcase their talent and creativity through creative arts in the form of music, dance, poetry. It is also an evangelism tool to minister to the lives of young people through creative arts.

“We invite all the young people from Bulawayo to come and be ministered to in a totally different way,” he said.