Kara Great  Grace 2022 Thrills Patrons

Each year since 2012, the Pentecost International Worship Center’s (PIWC) resident choir, New Songs of Accra (TNS), will take patrons of their KARA musical concert to the Throne of Grace, November 20, 2022. Sunday will be different than when this year’s concert was held at the National Theatre..

Celebrating the 10th anniversary of the Gospel Musical Concert, this year’s Kara Musical Concert theme was ‘Great Grace’, bringing together prominent figures and business personalities from Ghana’s Pentecostal churches to celebrate God’s grace.

Even before the performance started at 17:00, the seats at the National Theater were full.

It was a wonderful evening for the patrons who danced the night away as Elder Kwesi Mirek, Piezy Esther, Akesse Brempon and Pastor Emmanuel Kiei Boet took turns dancing to the music performances that thrilled the attendees.

The evening also featured performances by the PIWC Asokwa Choir, Ruth Adjei, Braa Kwaku, Shadrach Mensah and Kweku Teye.

First, the PIWC Sakumono Choir set the mood for the evening with soul-inspiring gospel songs. PIC Asokwa Choir followed. Shadrak Mensah, Akosua Karl, Blah Kwak, Ruth Adjay and Akesse Brimpon then maintained the tense atmosphere.

Pastors Kobby Mantey, Esther Addo, Kweku Teye, and Kyei Boate did their part to “keep the fire burning.” They entertained their patrons with some very good gospel songs.

But when gospel diva Piezy Esther took the stage, the auditorium was electrified. She really put on a performance and many patrons couldn’t help but dance along. Her stage skills are also top-notch, in fact she kept the patrons going wild until the end of her performance.

Lastly, Elder Dr. Kwesi Mirek, a master of gospel music, captured the audience’s attention by performing a powerful hymn that resonated with her heart.

Later, the hundreds of patrons who packed the National Theatre, could not resist and joined Elder Milek on stage as he switched from worship songs to more danceable songs and joined him. I danced to

Kara started as Altar of Worship in 2012, but was rebranded two years later (2016).

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