Saturday, September 26, 2009

Africa Let's Worship


About a week ago there was a group of us from NEGST that went to an annual event called Africa Let's Worship. Its a worship service that goes from 9:00 pm until 6:00 am. Its big, about 10 to 15 thousand people big. We went 2 hours early to get seats, and by around 9 the church it was held in filled up and no one else could get inside. Thousands more were in tents outside the church.

I really enjoyed it. It was certainly high energy, and had quite a bit of technical trouble, including the power going out and the entire church going pitch dark, but it was a lot of fun. It was also very reverent at times, and we lots of time for prayer. We didn't stay the whole time, but left at 1 am. Next time I think I'd like to stay longer.

Alpheus and John as we were holding down the seats.

1 comment:

Andrew in America said...

nice, reminds me of dcat (whatever that stood for, i forgot) in tokyo, although i'd be surprised if it reminded you of that too, since actually it sounds nothing like it and im not sure why it reminds me of it in the first place

anyway, sounds cool!