Swaziland choir to visit Lurgan Elim

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A TEAM of 23 young people from Swaziland are to perform at Lurgan Elim Church as part of a two-week visit to these shores.

The team of young folk, who form a choir, will sing both in SiSwati and English.

They come from Challenge Ministries Centre in Swaziland and are orphans who stay at Hawane Farm, which is an Orphan Centre.

Others come from Teen Challenge Ministries which is a Rehabilitation Centre for those with various addictions.

They will relate their story in song, testimony and drama.

This will be a night not to be missed.

They will be visiting Lurgan Elim Church, Banbridge Road, on Tuesday, April 23 at 8pm.

The Rev Kevin Ward, Director of Challenge Ministries will accompany the group.

Rev Raymond Cotter said: “We are delighted to have the choir visit us again. The first time they came, they made a major impression on many.”