‘Jesus Culture’ back in South Africa

Local worshippers are in for a treat in June, when global youth movement, Jesus Culture, hits South African shores to host a series of worship nights across the country.

The popular worship collective, well known for hits such as Your Love Never Fails and How He Loves, will be gracing venues across Pretoria, Johannesburg and Cape Town to host worship and ministry nights featuring Kim Walker-Smith, Chris McClarney and Jesus Culture founder, Banning Liebscher.

Sadly, Durban and Port Elizabeth has been dropped from the band’s tour Itinerary but two more dates have been added to the Pretoria and Cape Town stops, after tickets for those venues were sold out.

Speaking in a promotional video clip, Walker-Smith and Liebscher shared their enthusiasm for the ministry trip. “It’s going to be an incredible time. We’re excited!” said Liebscher.

Liebscher, a powerful speaker and teacher in his own right, will lead the teaching segments of the worship nights. He served on staff at Bethel Church in Redding, California for 18 years, founding the Jesus Culture ministry during that time. In 2014, along with his family and the Jesus Culture team, he relocated to Sacramento where they started a church, Jesus Culture Sacramento. His vision is to see people encounter God, be empowered in community and engaged in revival and transformation.

A firm favorite, on the upcoming tour, is Jesus Culture worship leader, Kim Walker-Smith, who will be leading worship along with Jesus Culture Music newbie, Chris McClarney. Crooner, McClarney, made waves in 2015 with his first Jesus Culture Music release titled Everything and Nothing Less and has been hailed as a singer and songwriter to watch out for.

Tickets for the June 4 worship night at the Moreletapark Gemente Auditorium in Pretoria and the June 8 worship night at the GrandWest Grand Arena in Cape Town, are still available.

Tckets for the June 5 Pretoria worship night, the June 7 Johannesburg event and the June 9 Cape Town event have been sold out.

Ticket prices range between R250 and R350 and can be purchased on www.itickets.co.za

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  1. Great times for Africa