Lagos – The Apostolic Faith Mission headquarters for West and Central Africa (WECA) will hold its 2016 Christmas carol and concert on Dec. 18 at its headquarters in Anthony Village, off Ikorodu Road, Lagos State.
This is contained in a statement released by Mr Kayode Adeleye, its Head of Public Relations, in Lagos.
The statement said that the annual concert which had attracted many important dignitaries including past heads of state would be a soul inspiring one.
“In the spirit of the season, the Apostolic Faith Church headquarters for West and Central Africa (WECA) will hold its annual Christmas concert at the church’s headquarters in Anthony Village, Lagos.
“The 2016 Christmas Concert tagged `Carol of Christmas’ will feature Christmas carols, Symphony Orchestra, classical and sacred music from the masters.
“The concert will start by 5p.m.,’’ the statement said.
The statement added that the church mass choir and orchestra would be on hand to render songs from the popular Christmas tunes.
It added that,“ Christmas is purposely meant to celebrate the birth of Jesus Christ regarded among Christians as the saviour of the world.
“It is also a time when families, loved ones and everyone come together to thank God for giving them Jesus Christ.
“The celebration also coincides with the end of the year’s activities; when families exchange visits and attend concerts to felicitate within themselves.
“However, to give the Christmas the true reflection it deserves, the church will treat the public to soul inspiring music that truly depicts the season,’’ the statement said.