Monday, 26 November 2012

UCF Choir

Thinking about the UCF choir gets me all emotional. That is the one place in church ministry that i felt connected to so much yet the one place that i could not get involved into for a long time.

One thing that pulled me to the UCF Basketball court where I made my first declaration of Love for Jesus was the Music. The worship was beautiful; I could not just pass by. There is something Magnetic, wonderfully magnetic when it comes to Music for the Lord.... It just drew me. And i did accept the Lord. That was 16th November 2008.

Then I joined UCF. And I was amazed; listening to the Choir give praises and bring forth sweet music to the Lord. I knew I wanted to be a part of that ministry. But I took time. For some reasons, I wouldn't join the choir until this year in February when I decided, that it was the time for me to join.
At first, I thought that I couldn't be there, thought my sound would be horrible and scare everyone else off. But after I joined I realized that Jesus doesn't care if I think I am not Good enough. He equips those that He calls. And He uses weak vessels, so i did not need to be perfect to serve Him. He is perfect and I would be perfect in Him.
I also learned that Choir is not about Music alone. It is ministry, where lives are transformed, friendships are made, challenges are shared, fears are dealt with, and also a place to learn to love and to grow as Christ would want us to. Being in Choir is a great step in my life. It is wonderful.
This year we have had several activities.... Passion Nite at the start of this semester, Passion out reaches to a couple of places (a church in the suburbs of Kampala and a University off Entebbe Road). Making Christ's fame Known has been our main focus this year.
Passion nite

We had a Christmas production/ Passion nite it was totally amazing. We dressed in white. that was fun. and beautiful
Christmas production












Love this bunch. Dennis, Diana and Robinah


Hamlet came along too.




group foto with friends in Choir
Milly, me, Rosette, and Robinah

Performing Kinyarwanda dance

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