Christian Fellowship International (CFI) is set to hold it’s Virtual Conference 2020 starting on Friday 4 September and running till Sunday the 6th of September.
The 3-day conference will be hosted by the ZimDFW Community Alliance and features a number of prominent ministers of the word and music.
Hosted by CFI founders Dr Rev and Mrs Ndemera, the conference will have Evangelist Muparinga as the main guest speaker.
The power filled program will kick start on Friday with the 1900-2030hr opening service slot.
The following day, Saturday will start with a morning service at 10:00hrs with the second service at 13:00hrs and the 19:00 slot concluding the day’s program.
Sunday will be the closing day of the conference with the program getting wrapped up after the 10:00hrs livestream service.
The CFI Virtual Conference 2020 will be streamed live across various platforms including YouTube, with links found on the website www.christianfellowshipinternational.org, their Facebook page and other social media.
The anticipated speaker roster features various people such as gospel music star Rev Toggy Chivaviro of the Ebenezer fame and Prophet Matema from Zimbabwe as well as Pastor Banda from Botswana.
Pastor Tshuma from the USA and Rev Mudambanuki, Pastor Kambizi, Rev Hofisi and Pastor Lufiyele from Canada also make up the speakers list.
The worship segment will be led by the headline musicians,Minister Ellard and Sharon Cherayi.
Jonah Chivasa, still riding high with his hit song Zvinoita Nyasha will also perform alongside Chelsea Mguni and Admire Manyange.
Veteren gospel music artist Baba Mechanic Manyeruke is expected to usher the people into a revelation and celebration of praise with ongs off his extensive playlist as special guest artist.
CFI is a thriving Christian, Interdenominational consortium of churches and fellowships across the United States that seeks to bring member Churches together in the United States and spreading across the world for fellowship, support, education, sharing of ideas and resources for ministry, to provide a common witness, and to hold each other accountable for the ministry of spreading the Gospel of Jesus Christ.