Potter's Hand Worship to launch first album

Local gospel group Potter’s Hand worship is set to unveil a 14-track album titled Ishimwe N’Iryawe, tomorrow,October 29, at New Life Bible Church in Kicukiro.

Local gospel group Potter’s Hand worship is set to unveil a 14-track album titled Ishimwe N’Iryawe, tomorrow,October 29, at New Life Bible Church in Kicukiro.

Assistant lead singer of the 40-member group, Innocent Asiimwe Mudenge, said the album – their first

since the group’s formation five years ago – comprises both and new hymns. The album comprises 14 singles, all in Kinyarwanda. They include Nyiri Cyubahiro, and Ishimwe niryawe.

“The concert is aimed at spreading the gospel and to thank God for what He has done in our respective lives,” said Asiimwe.

There will also be a special tribute to Martin Butarama, the group’s late pastor, who composed most of the

songs on the album and mentored most of the group’s members.

The concert starts at 5p.m. Entrance fee to the concert is Rwf5,000, from which one will also walk away with a CD, at Rwf2000. Potter’s Hand Worship serves under The Potter’s Hand Ministries’ Church.

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