Enjoy vibrant costumes, African dance, song and drum routines! First United Methodist Church in Glenwood Springs will host the Imani Milele Children's choir at 7 p.m. Aug. 17.
Imani Milele is a Swahili phrase meaning “Always Believe”. This is the message we give to our children, encouraging them to never give up. Imani carries this motto with them as they perform for people across the United States. We believe that every child is special and we are dedicated to changing the world, one child at a time, through education.
The choir is an integral part of the Imani Milele Children’s organization. We currently rescue, educate and develop over 3,500 children in Uganda. With the help of groups and individuals like you, Imani is forming a strong and passionate team who works together to make a difference in the lives of these children.
The choir has been treating audiences to fun-filled, interactive and inspirational concerts since 2013. Expect to experience “True Africa”, which is showcased through culturally unique music, dance and well-crafted drum routines. Imanis’ vibrant costumes and enthusiastic energy creates a dynamic performance for all to enjoy. These concerts bring people of all ages the hope of a brighter future through Jesus Christ.