BY DOREEN KAJERU
The Crossover Group organized a remarkable worship night that amazed Nkoyoyo Hall goers.
The session started off with vigorous prayer for the success of the service, followed by a moment of worship that turned the worshippers’ mood into one spirit-filled zealous congregation.
Under their motto scripture, “New creatures in Christ,” Crossover had various dance performances that had the audience begging for more.
Other groups like the Survivors, individual poets, Salsa dancers, Touch Life Ministries, Crossover Externals, and the Abstinence Dance group, presented during the night.
The Abstinence Group, with their passionate and vigorous performance, had an outstanding audience appeal.
Crossover sang songs from the West, and later crowned the praise with popular African hits like Bambolera Jesu, Tambira Jehovah and Siyabonga, that had the congregation dancing across the hall in high spirits.
The night was blessed with a scriptural reading from Romans 6:4, which encourages us to die to sin and be new creatures through resurrection with Christ.
Crossover started in 2009, at Seroma Christian High School. After the completion of high school, the group’s leader, Ndoto Nzyimi, introduced it to UCU. In 2014, the group selected an official committee and registered itself with the chaplaincy in
the same year. With the aim of raising dance
ministers, the group started spreading its wings and got more members.
They have done outreaches in schools like Nile High School and door-to-door evangelism. Apart from UCU, the group performs and worships at Luzira Pentecostal Church and Mount Olive Church.