Ambassadors of Christ Choir start five-day mission trip in Zambia

A team of almost 40 singers of the celebrated Seventh Day Adventist choir, Ambassadors of Christ, have arrived in the Republic of Zambia on Friday, August 4,2023 ahead of a five-day mission trip.

This is the choir’s third mission trip to this landlocked country at the crossroads of Central, Southern and East Africa.

The trip will feature a series of evangelistic concerts in four provinces specifically at Copperbelt University, Levy Mwanawasa, Heroes stadium and Choma Independence stadium.

Joseph Mutabazi, the Choir’s Spokesperson, shared that previous mission trips to this country bore fruits as the message in their songs drew many Zambians to Jesus Christ.

“Evangelising three times in this country tells it all. We have been blessed to serve Zambians and drew many to Jesus Christ. We are grateful to God for our brothers and sisters in Zambia,” he noted.

For the past 28 years, Ambassadors of Christ choir has served in gospel outreach missions in the country, countries in sub- Saharan Africa and the United States of America.

Specifically, the choir ministered in Tanzania, Uganda, the Democratic Republic of Congo and Angola among other places.

Mutabazi expressed that the choir is glad to return to Zambia after more than Eight years.

“We can’t wait to see you (Zambians) again and praise our Lord together,” he added.

The Choir serves under its mission of drawing many to Jesus Christ ahead of His return.

In future, Ambassadors of Christ will continue to host its annual concerts, organise evangelistic outreaches.

Ambassadors of Christ Choir (AOCC) is a gospel music ministry affiliated to Remera Seventh-Day Adventist church (SDA) in Kigali.

The Choir was founded in 1995 and is under Remera SDA church affiliated to the East Central Rwanda Conference of Rwanda Union Mission (RUM) of the SDA church. So far, it has more than 50 active members among other associate members.

Also, the choir has founded a team of over 40 young girls and boys to establish “Ambassadors Junior” choir.