Harvest House International Church’s talented Hosanna Choir is set to be the main act at a concert at Elite 400 on Saturday evening.
The choir, which is made up of 80 members, performed as a supporting act at a number of functions organised by the denomination.
They performed at South African worshipper Benjamin Dube’s performance at the Zimbabwe International Trade Fair Grounds in December last year and at a Joyous Celebration tour in August this year.
Speaking to NewsDay on behalf of the choir, pastor Gift Mhlanga said the concert would be the first for the group as the main attraction.
“It will be the choir’s inaugural concert. Through the concert, we want to create a platform to expose gifts that God has given to young people,” said Mhlanga.
“We would like people to see the abundant talent that is in the church. The musicians are really talented.”
Nompumelelo Bhebhe, a concert planning committee member, said the music concert would also feature groups from other churches.
“There will also be Family Voices from the Family of God Church as well as the Conquerors from the Seventh Day Adventist Church,” she said.
She said the planning committee had received a lot of support from church leader, Collin Nyathi who said he would always support the efforts of the youth to minister to others through music.