South Africa first for Worship Central

The Worship Central team will be heading to South Africa for the first time this February.

They will be in Cape Town on 13 February, Durban on 15 February, and Johannesburg on 16 February.

The nights will combine worship, teaching and ministry as the Worship Central team help Christians encounter God and be empowered to serve him.

Hitting the road in South Africa are worship artist Tim Hughes and leader of the worship team at Holy Trinity Brompton, in London, Luke Hellebronth.

The South Africa dates come just before Worship Central's UK tour, which kicks off in Southampton on 13 March.

The tour takes in Bristol, Newcastle, Cambridge, Manchester, Sheffield and Edinburgh before wrapping up in Belfast on 23 March.

For tickets and info, visit www.worshipcentral.org/events

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