United for Worship in Kwatha Night
United For Worship, an interdenominational team with the aim of bringing professionalism and the true essence of the Bible of worship is out with Kwatha Night to be held today at Joyous Church in Lilongwe.
The event will be headlined by renowned musician Faith Mussa, who confirmed of his presence Thursday.
“Yes, I will be there and looking forward to ministering the word of God through music,” the singer and guitarist said.
United for Worship Executive Director Pastor Nico Katimba said Thursday that Kwatha Night is an uplifting session calling the body of Christ “to our war cry, even as we celebrate the death and resurrection of our Lord and saviour Jesus Christ”.
“Through Jesus Christ’s death on the Cross, we have been granted a second chance. We have permission to leave our old lives behind and focus on the new day, with all its potential for joy and choices that honour God,” Katimba said.
He called on people to patronise the event saying that Kwatha Night is a night reminding God that his son did not die for nothing.
“It is going to be a night of singing and worshipping God as we celebrate the victory on the cross,” Pastor Katimba said.
He said that their key message ahead of the event is that of hope – faith in the future and a new beginning.
“Worshipping together teaches us to submit and surrender all our cares to God – our priorities, plans, hopes, dreams and even fears,” Katimba said.
He said as a team, despite the challenges, they managed to record a number of songs last year but they are yet to release them.
“It is our desire one day as United for Worship to have our own musical and recording equipment as well as having partners, who can give us support for us to execute our vision,” Katimba said.
He said United for Worship’s vision is to unite all worshippers from different denominations in the country to gather together and worship God in a way to invite him to come through and bless this nation and give us all its needs.