Other churches that
have come on board to unite against the blight of whoonga are
National Baptist Church and AmaZion on 9 April 2011 and 21 May
respectively. Ayihlome heads to the University of Johannesburg on 27
March 2011 where varying church denominations will gather to add
their voices in the fight against whoonga.
event will be held at Durban’s ICC on 6 March 2011 and it promises
nothing but pure enjoyment for gospel lovers.
With the likes of
Bishop Arthur Kitonga, Bishop Freddy Edwards, Bishop Mpendulo
and other, sharing the word of God, the
event is not to miss. Pastor Vusi & Dr Taki Dube will host.
Gospel music giants
have also came in their numbers in support of the celebration.
Mahlangu, Rebecca Malope, Sifiso Ncwane, Israel Mosehla and many
more, will grace the day.
Beknown to the
gospel fretenity, Pastor Dube enthuses, “It is not everyday that one
celebrates the opportunity of reaching another year of victory!
Everyone is a leader of his own destiny and we are calling all
friends and community to come for this once in the lifetime
celebration. ECC is about people, Ecc is about empowerment ECC is
about change for better and a place of Joy for all! After this
celebration your life will never be the same.”
The World Gospel
Powerhouse’s Zanele Mbokazi: “We are pleased to see that different
churches are committing themselves to be pat of Ayihlome-Churchs
against Whoonga initiative. We are inviting more churches to take
part. The ECC has set the tone for fellow churches to celebrate with
Fighting Whoonga, continues through-out all the upcoming events in
Durban and outside KZN province.
Tickets available at
Computicket & Shoprite Checkers at R100.
For further details
Gospel PowerHouse on 031-303 3520