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This is the AFLEWO Story

Where did it all start? Who were involved ? – A Short Background..

"When God's people begin to praise and worship Him using the Biblical methods He gives, the Power of His presence comes among His people in an even greater measure."

Graham Truscott

The AFLEWO Story and how the journey begun.

AFLEWO, an acronym for Africa Let’s Worship, is an annual interdenominational All-Night Worship project. People from all walks of life congregate without any barriers, lifting one voice in worship and in reverence to God. It is an initiative of Daystar University’s Sing Africa Alumni.

Sing Africa has been in ministry since 1996 under the umbrella of Daystar University Christian Fellowship Ministries, with the vision to bring hope in Jesus to Africa. As Sing Africa members have graduated from Daystar University, they have carried the vision with them wherever they have spread. Over the years, some Sing Africa Alumni have continued to seek God concerning what He wants to do in this nation and across the continent.

In 2004 God directed Sing Africa alumni to fulfilling this call for Kenya to be a cradle of prayer for the nations. In obedience, they began an annual interdenominational Night of Worship through which they would all intercede for Africa. The desire is to fulfill this call with friends, fellow believers and churches from Nairobi and the rest of Kenya, who have a desire to see God glorified.

 

The AFLEWO Story and the event.

AFLEWO (an acronym for AFRICA LET’S WORSHIP) is an annual all night musical worship event which was started in Nairobi in 2004.

The Event is led by a strong talented music team comprising of singers and instrumentalists drawn from different Christian denominations and churches spread across Nairobi and its environs. The music team leads the congregation through a night of gospel praise and worship.

The talented music team, together with an able team of logistics personnel plan work hand in hand to stage an annual world class event!

The AFLEWO Event aims at involving the entire Christian community in any given AFLEWO town in a night of Christian worship and thus our participants have typically included young, middle-aged and senior-adults.
 

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The AFLEWO Management Team

Introducing Individual Commitment To A Group Effort .

Teamwork is the ability to work together toward a common vision. The ability to direct individual accomplishments toward organizational objectives. It is the fuel that allows common people to attain uncommon results!

Andrew Carnegie

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The AFLEWO management is comprised of individuals drawn from different churches each sharing a common vision for prayer and worship in not only Kenya but also AFRICA. Thus the AFLEWO Management comprises of the following offices.

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The AFLEWO team is given spiritual guidance by a team of dedicated pastors. Since AFLEWO draws an inter-denominational team, the pastors are also drawn from various churches.

1) Chairman

2) Administrator

3) Music Director

4) Fundraising Coordinator

5) PR/Marketing Coordinator

6) Events Manager

7) Small Groups Coordinator

8) Chaplain/Church Relations

9) Partnership Coordinator

Currently the following pastors form the Pastoral Advisory Board:

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Philip Kitoto,
International Christian Centre.

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Reverend Tom Otieno,
ACK Christ Church.

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Pastor Kyamah Mugambi,
Mavuno Downtown.

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Reverend Grace Bukachi,
CITAM, NPC Woodley.

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Pastor Jackie Othoro,
Nairobi Chapel Church.

Awesome People Behind The AFLEWO Management Team

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Music Director
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Resources

Never forget the three powerful resources you always have available to you: love, prayer, and forgiveness. "H. Jackson Brown, Jr."

AFLEWO FAQ's

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AFLEWO Press Release

AFLEWO KENYA 2013 EVENT ON 31ST MAY 2013

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AFLEWO CHAPTERS

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AFLEWO NAIROBI

AFLEWO Nairobi is the inaugural event of all AFLEWO chapters and was first held in 2004 and has birthed the rest of the chapters. It is simply referred as ‘AFLEWO’.
The events have been held at CITAM Karen (formerly known as NPC Karen) since 2004 except in 2007 where it was held at Nyayo Stadium. From 2013, the event is now held at Winners’ Chapel, the largest indoor facility in East Africa.
Typically held in September unless otherwise, AFLEWO Nairobi has experienced tremendous growth and is now the largest worship event in Kenya bringing together a crowd of more than 15,000 people at once.

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AFLEWO NAKURU

AFLEWO Nakuru was birthed in 2013. The team was part of the 1,000 voice choir drawn from all chapters at the AFLEWO 2013 national event.
Just like all AFLEWO chapters, the choir is drawn from different denominations.
The team held their first event in Nakuru in August 2014 at Deliverance Church, Nakuru.
The event was attended by more than 2,000 people. The chapter continues to grow.

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AFLEWO MOMBASA

AFLEWO Mombasa was first held in 2009 at the beautiful Elim Sanctuary in Makupa. The first event was hosted by AFLEWO Nairobi team assisted with the Mombasa team.
AFLEWO Mombasa has been credited with uniting the church in Mombasa by bringing together a choir from different denominations.
The event is typically held in September at the Elim Church and is attended by more than 5,000 every year.

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AFLEWO NYERI

AFLEWO Nyeri was founded in 2010 and the first event was held at PCEA Nyamachaki in October 2010.
The event has steadily grown and is attended by over 2,000 people from the town of Nyeri.
The event is supported by the pastors’ fellowship in Nyeri.

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AFLEWO TANZANIA

AFLEWO Tanzania was founded in 2010 and held its first event in April 2011 at Aga Khan Diamond Hall in Dar-es-Salaam.
The event was a huge success drawing a crowd of more than 4,000 people.
The event has continued to grow and has held 3 more events at CCC Upanga church.
Also known as AFLEWO Dar, AFLEWO Tanzania was the first international event for AFLEWO.

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AFLEWO Rwanda

AFLEWO Rwanda also known as AFLEWO Kigali was founded in 2011 and was first held at CLA, Nyarutarama in November 2011.
It brought together a choir from different denominations in Kigali.
AFLEWO Kigali held its second event in March 2014 as part of the country’s 20 year commemoration of the genocide. The theme was healing and reconciliation.

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AFLEWO MERU

AFLEWO Meru was founded in 2012 and held its first event at Gikumene High School on 20th April, 2012.
AFLEWO Meru choir was also part of the AFLEWO 2013 '1000' voice choir held at Winners’ Chapel on the eve of Kenya’s Independence Day to commemorate 50 years of independence.
The chapter continues to grow and held its second event in September, 2014 at KEMU Chapel.

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