St Columba seeks to raise K8 million in gospel concert


Faith Mussa, Great Angels Choir and Ndirande Anglican Voices will tonight share the stage in a gospel concert organised by St Columba CCAP Church fundraising team to be held at St Columba CCAP Church at Blantyre.

St Columba CCAP Church fundraising team has since indicated that it wants to raise K8 million through the fundraising concert.

“This concert is open to everyone regardless of denomination. We just want to call upon people to come in large numbers and be part of this concert, which promises nothing but the best, especially with a good line-up of artists. Apart from raising funds to build a nursery school, the platform is aimed at bringing people together and listening to the word of God through music,” deputy chairperson of the fundraising team, Leria Likongwe, said Thursday.


She said they were 100 percent ready for the concert.

“We have shown, over the years we have been running these fundraising concerts, that we are in a good relationship with artists. They have supported us greatly,” Likongwe said.

This is a rare meet for the three gospel music giants, who have since promised to give people a fine ride at the concert.


Ndirande Anglican Voices’ lead vocalist Dennis Kalimbe said Thursday they were ready for the concert.

“We are looking forward to ministering the word of God through music. There are only three artists on the bill and, so, this gives us a chance to interact with the audience,” Kalimbe said.

The Blantyre-based group recently shared the stage with Great Angels Choir during The Return of Mlaka Maliro concert at Blantyre Sports Club.

Great Angels Choir Music Director Ephraim Zonda also said they were set for the concert.

“We are happy to share the stage with Faith Mussa and Ndirande Anglican Voices. We are ready,” Zonda said.

The Lilongwe-based gospel group is currently finalising its new album titled Ufumu Umodzi Siuwukilana.

Faith, who is set to perform in Spain next month and is also expected to share the stage with a Christian American group The Afters in free shows next week, said the concert gives him an opportunity to minister the word of God through music in a church.

“It’s been sometime since we performed in a church in Blantyre. These are the moments you long for and, so, we are looking forward to the concert,” the singer and guitarist said.

Ahead of the concert, Faith will this afternoon hold a free show for children at Beehive.

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