AFLEWO, an acronym for Africa Let’s Worship, is an annual interdenominational All-Night Worship project. People from all walks of life congregate without any barriers, lifting one voice in worship and in reverence to God. It is an initiative of Daystar University’s Sing Africa Alumni.
Sing Africa has been in ministry since 1996 under the umbrella of Daystar University Christian Fellowship Ministries, with the vision to bring hope in Jesus to Africa. As Sing Africa members have graduated from Daystar University, they have carried the vision with them wherever they have spread. Over the years, some Sing Africa Alumni have continued to seek God concerning what He wants to do in this nation and across the continent.
In 2004 God directed Sing Africa alumni to fulfilling this call for Kenya to be a cradle of prayer for the nations. In obedience, they began an annual interdenominational Night of Worship through which they would all intercede for Africa. The desire is to fulfill this call with friends, fellow believers and churches from Nairobi and the rest of Kenya, who have a desire to see God glorified.
The AFLEWO Story and the event.
AFLEWO (an acronym for AFRICA LET’S WORSHIP) is an annual all night musical worship event which was started in Nairobi in 2004.
The Event is led by a strong talented music team comprising of singers and instrumentalists drawn from different Christian denominations and churches spread across Nairobi and its environs. The music team leads the congregation through a night of gospel praise and worship.
The talented music team, together with an able team of logistics personnel plan work hand in hand to stage an annual world class event!
The AFLEWO Event aims at involving the entire Christian community in any given AFLEWO town in a night of Christian worship and thus our participants have typically included young, middle-aged and senior-adults.