Just As I Am is a journey into the past with glimpses into the future. By combining traditional hymns with African cultural sounds, the choir joyfully shares their hope in God’s faithfulness. Each song encourages us to know that we are made for a purpose and that God loves us and wants us to come to him… Just as we are.
Worship should always begin in our hearts and in our lives….so that when we add melodies, rhythms, voices and sounds, our songs authentically resonate with the reality of just how good our God truly is. Recorded over ten days in a makeshift studio at the African Children’s Choir Primary School in Uganda we trust you also experience worship rising from deep hope and unshakable faith.
£2,000 will fund a five-day outreach trip for our university students to bring supplies to an area of extreme need.
£250 will cover the cost of running one of our community outreach programmes for one entire month.
£100 will fund the transportation costs for one month, allowing our university students to reach our 7 weekly community outreach programmes.
£30 will enable our university students to distribute a piece of fruit and a nutritious juice pack to approximately 70 children.
This truly unique collection of Christmas songs makes the perfect gift for your loved ones, or pre-Christmas treat for yourself to enjoy as you prepare for the festivities. Bringing together the mature sound of our ‘Young Voices’ group, all past ACC members who are now studying at University, with the energetic voices of the African Children’s Choir, ‘Emmanuel’ will bring the magical sound of Africa to your home this Christmas.
Show your support for the Choir by wearing one of these high quality t-shirts, with our vibrant, eye-catching logo on the front. We have one size only should be suitable for ages 9 – 11.
Show your support for the Choir by wearing one of these high quality t-shirts, with our vibrant, eye-catching logo on the front.
This inspiring twentieth anniversary gospel concert was performed at the beautiful Orpheum Theatre in Vancouver BC. It is an accumulation of two decades of heart warming music by the African Children’s Choir™. Featuring 60 current and former members of the Choir, it includes “You are the Shepherd”, written especially for the Choir by Keith and Krystyn Getty and “Teach Me to Dance” which brought the audience of 2200 to its feet. An uplifting, hope–filled performance you won’t want to miss!
The African Children’s Choir Celebrate with some of their international circle of faithful friends: The Gaither Vocal Band, Jars of Clay, Brenton Brown, Michael W. Smith, The Young Africans.
This album was a celebration of fifteen extraordinary years of the African Children’s Choir™ giving hope and a future to some of the poorest and most helpless children in Africa. The Choir is joined by the Young Africans, all previous members of our early Choirs, now working as teachers, doctors, lawyers, social workers and many other professions.