Young Choir Members Are Change Makers For Africa's Future
The African Children's Choir, with its parent organization, Music for Life, aims to help their country's most vulnerable children today, so they can help Africa grow in the future.
This Saturday and Wednesday, these 18 talented young singers will be performing in Harlan and Berne, Indiana.
The first African Children's Choir was established in 1984, by Ray Barnett. Now, 46 choirs later, their message of hope continues to be shared, and the love offerings they've collected on tour have helped about 1,000 former choir members complete school and educated more than 52,000 children in their own countries.
Earlier this week, WBOI's Julia Meek met with choir manager, Tina Sipp by phone, to discuss the message of the African Children's Choir.
African Children's Choir Event Information:
Christian Community Center of Harlan, Indiana
Saturday, February 18th, 2017
First Mennonite Church, Berne, Indiana
Wednesday, February 22nd, 2017
Both shows: No tickets, donations welcome. Visit the African Children's Choir website for more information on the organization.