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Bulembu Choir Concert

Bulembu are a not-for-profit organisation restoring hope, equipping lives and building families through Christ-centered community care and community enterprise.

Join them for an evening with the Bulembu Choir from the Kingdom of Eswatini as they bring their message of hope through song and dance. Listen as the children dance and sing. 

They will also share their testimonies about what God has done in their lives. 

The evening will be a mixture of african song and outreach. 

Book in now: https://thelittleboxoffice.com/cmswazi/event/view/101601

Who is Challenge Ministries Swaziland (CMS)?
Challenge Ministries Swaziland is a not for profit section 21 charity based in Swaziland; a small, beautiful country which is landlocked between South Africa and Mozambique. Swaziland has one of the highest HIV/AIDS rates in the world, which has resulted in many orphaned or vulnerable children living on the streets without any hope for the future.

CMS has a vision to make a difference in Swaziland for many generations through the care of orphaned and vulnerable children, development of rural communities, education, rehabilitation programs, rural healthcare, sustainability projects and teaching godly leadership.

Challenge Ministries Swaziland (CMS) started in 1997 at the height of the HIV/AIDS crisis when Kevin & Helen Ward were troubled by the increasing number of street children in the nation’s capital city.  Together they opened a coffee shop drop-in centre called “The Lighthouse”. It was a refuge of safety for those on the street; however, it was soon evident that feeding and clothing these vulnerable children was not enough. While they hoped that many of the children they encountered could be reunited with their families, they soon found that those families no longer existed, or that the family homes were not safe. Most of the children had experienced abuse while living on the street and all had experienced rejection. CMS has since grown to focus on caring for orphans, vulnerable children and rehabilitating people with life controlling habits or those having escaped from domestic violence. Read the full story

Earlier Event: June 9
City-wide prayer meeting
Later Event: June 27
At The Heart on the Edge