In 1994, the Wototo Child Care Ministry, Inc. began offering holistic care for the women and children of Uganda. Since its inception, the organization has offered medical treatments, education (formal and vocational) and counseling with a spiritual edge. The Wototo Child Care Ministry also formed the Wototo Children’s Choir to serves “as advocates for the 18 million African children currently orphaned by AIDS.”
The choir will begin a six-month U.S. tour in Tuscaloosa and make their way to Mobile Feb. 8. As the group travels the highways and byways of America, they will provide a “dynamic worship experience” at each stop. The choir will be regaling their audiences with their latest production, “Oh What Love.” Twenty songwriters penned compositions that highlight the life of an orphan and the love of God. “Oh What Love” should be a colorful and charismatic display of faith and worship from the other side of the globe.
Wototo Children’s Choir
Date: Sunday, Feb. 8, 8:45 a.m. and 10:30 a.m.
Venue: Praise Family Church, 2605 Dawes Road,
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