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The Kinyua Ngeera Education Foundation presents: “The Father’s Heart: My Story”, a worship concert.
Why “The Father’s Heart”? We pay fees for bright needy students through High School (and develop leaders), not because we swim in monetary abundance, but because we understand the Father’s Heart (God) for the needy in society. With the little He’s blessed us with, we seek to bless others. That’s at the core of the gospel of Christ. Why “My Story”? Because each of us has a story… of where God took us from, of where He is taking us… a story of why we give, why we help, why we LOVE… the Salvation Story-the greatest love story. His abundant love is what drives us.
As God wills, join us at Mamlaka Hill Chapel on 5th May 2013, from 3pm – 5pm as we tell this story, as we worship the King of kings, as we raise support and create awareness on the Foundation’s initiatives.
Tickets go for KES 350 advance, KES 500 at the gate.
Ticket hotlines: 0704 099 462, 0720 241 300
What to expect: a beautiful time of worship, great music, poetry, dance… all brought to you by KNEF in partnership with some of the most gifted Christian artistes in Nairobi.Directed by Phillip Wambua, this concert promises to be one that you don’t wanna miss!
Proceeds from the concert go towards financing the Foundation’s primary objective; paying fees for bright needy students in high school.
In a plantation there is usually the illusion of an idyllic farming group. However, beneath its deceptive exterior, the Chola’s plantation is everything but calm. The Cholas are uptight and feel entitled to the land and the people that work their land. The farm workers have little or no rights, until one of them becomes a lawyer, and their re-education begins. Then the unthinkable happens – he falls in love with his family’s masters’ daughter. What follows is a dramatic musical adventure full of humor and tragedy.
This is the story of Rohio & Juliet, a Kenyan story loosely based on Shakespeare’s Romeo and Juliet, the classical romantic tragedy. The musical aptly tackles issues most pressing to Kenyans. As we gear towards elections these are issues that we cannot afford to ignore and this dramatic musical puts a mirror in front of us with full doses of laughter, excitement, choreographed dance and original music by the Mamlaka Hill Chapel Drama team. The musical captures the true issues that we continually face us Kenyans, and which most people will readily relate. Rohio & Juliet delivers a powerful message in a truly unique theatrical performance that is bound to leave us all with the potent choice – love or war?
“Touching Heaven, Changing Earth”, is a worship concert that aims to draw you to an intimate time of worship through great music, poetry and dance. All in an effort to raise funds for KNEF’s cause. In order to make a difference on earth, you’ve got to know and experience the creator of the earth thus, “Touching Heaven, Changing Earth”.
Who are we?
The Kinyua Ngeera Education Foundation (KNEF), is a non-profit organization with the Vision: “Educate a child, develop a leader, secure the future”
Its main objectives are:
a) To support bright and needy students in the attainment of high school education by offering full scholarships based on merit
b) To source for and use funds towards the achievement of objective (i) above
c) To offer mentorship to the beneficiaries of the foundation and to develop leadership skills in the students
d) To empower communities using available resources towards improved livelihoods.
GTO (God’s Take Off) is a gospel band that’s out to bring back the heart of praise and worship in gospel music, at the same time maintaining impeccable musical standards.
Advance tickets available at;
1.) Garlix Restaurant, Monrovia street, opposite Nakumatt Lifestyle
2.) Mamlaka Hill Chapel
Ticket Hotlines: 0720241300, 0704099462
Jazz Alive, show cases Christian Jazz Artists, promoting up and coming Jazz artists and underground Jazz artists. From Funk Jazz, Acid Jazz to Smooth Jazz and Jazz standards. The Jazz Alive concerts started in June 2011. This is the 3rd Edition featuring the Grove Band and a special appearance by Joseph Hellon. The tickets are available at Ksh.500/= at Mamlaka Hill Chapel, on Mamlaka Road, off Nyerere Road behind the Serena Hotel Nairobi.
The Kinyua Ngeera Educational Foundation and GTO THE BAND present,
A concert: My life my love my all
Featuring Poets Serah and Krhoda
Date: May 1, 2011
Venue: Mamlaka Hill Chapel
Tickets: Kshs 200
For more details call: 0752 003 266 or 0721 391 947