Musicians Mechanic Manyeruke, Charles Charamba and Michael Mahendere will next week spice up Living Citadel church conference that takes place in Chitungwiza.
Dubbed “September to Remember” the seven-day event will host a number of worshippers with Manyeruke, Charamba and Mahendere as the main acts.
Manyeruke will be at the conference’s opening night on Monday while Mahendere performs on Friday and Charamba graces the event on Saturday.
The conference takes place at Unit A Crèche Grounds and Living Citadel founder, Apostle Cornelious Chikuhwa will be the main speaker.
Chikuhwa said they have invited the musicians to ensure that people that will attend the conference get a time to worship after teachings.
“We will have various sessions throughout the week and the musicians are coming in to spice up the event. We have done all the groundwork and it will be a time of healing and preaching,” said Chikuhwa.
“We have various guest speakers that are coming to share the word with multitudes that are expected at the event. It has been a great event over the past seven years and we are expecting a bigger occasion this year.
“The musicians will add colour to the event and we are hosting them on different days of the week to make the event memorable. All the musicians are good praise and worship ministers and it means we will have the word through preaching and also through music.
“God always works wonders during the event and we know we will be blessed more this year. People from many parts of the country and from abroad are coming to the conference and it is likely to be a memorable experience.
“The teachings will be rich in wisdom, God’s power will be seen through healing and deliverance while music will cap the events. We are proud to be hosting the event at our church and people of Chitungwiza and surrounding places will have a time to remember.”
Manyeruke said he is pleased to be part of the opening night of the conference.
“I am happy to be part of the conference. Chitungwiza is my area and I will be ministering at my home through songs. We will be dancing and worshipping and people should come in their numbers to the event. I have worked with most people that are part of the event and I know it will be a week to remember,” said Manyeruke.
Living Citadel church has thousands of followers and Chikuhwa says they are spreading their wings to many parts of the country.