Christadelphians support the welfare of children

2015-08-06 06:00

The Christadelphians Gospel Group presents a gospel show for Child Welfare South Africa in the St. Simon of Cyrene Anglican Church in Lark Street, Uitenhage on Saturday.

The group has just returned from sold-out shows in Grahamstown and Port Elizabeth.

This evening of song will feature gospel favourites, such as Speak to the Mountain and Dear God, sung by Bassie Human and Wimpie Arries respectively.

“We are extremely excited to perform in Uitenhage since our Christmas Show in 2014. More importantly, this show is for a worthy cause, the welfare of our children.

“We are looking forward to see our supporters sharing this wonderful event with us. Please come early to avoid disappointment”, says Cecil Arnolds, spokesperson of the group.

“We have just returned from sold-out shows in Grahamstown and Port Elizabeth and perform in Upington on 15 August”, continues Arnolds.

)Tickets are R40 each and are available at the door. The show starts at 18:00

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