LIU Melodies Concert: Worship Experience 2017

On Saturday 25 March 2017, we had the Melodies Worship Experience 2017 hosting different choirs and students from Universities around Mbale to minister through praise and worship. The theme was: Lay your crown before the throne in worship. Revelation 4:10

The LIU Melodies Concert happens every second semester of every academic year with the major aim of inspiring Christians to minister through music.

“We have done two concerts so far, but this time we wanted to try something new: A Worship Experience. We wanted to involve the congregation and let everyone worship and praise. It worked, although at the end of the event people looked tired because it was a fulltime of worship, singing and dancing. We hope that for the next event it will be the original idea of a concert. We have experienced some financial constrains this year but we are still confident that we will be able to organise a stronger event next year.” Rehema Nakyagaba – Chairperson LIU Melodies

The Melodies is a good time for LIU students, staff and the community to come together and worship. It helps us to understand how to praise the true God, go an extra mile in worship and grow in faith. It is also a way our students can put their spiritual gifts into practice and serve the lord. – Fred Watsekoni, Executive Assistant, Office of The Vice Chancellor

Thoughts about the New Campus

Uzziel Mucyo – Student
I expect a clean environment, conducive for learning. And I’m so excited about our basketball pitch that is being developed.

Nisha Wakuma – Head Marketing
I really see that the university is going to boost many activities around the community. A lot of businesses ideas are going to be developed. This is just in line with the mission of LivingStone, to transform African communities through quality Christ-centered higher education.

Kizireh Peter-Dean of Students
When I think about the new campus, I picture a lot of developments at LivingStone; the precious space will help us grow, being on the road will also help us attract more students and the university will grow bigger.

Judah Kisakye – Student
I think the new campus is going to provide us with enough room for development and growth, especially in my field of Information technology. Being a big campus, we hope that our computer and media labs will be enhanced.