SetHIMOff Music Presents The African Music Ministers Conference 2017 Featuring Myron Butler

The African Music Ministers Conference 2017 is set to hold with a bang! The music training conference for Artistes, Worship Leaders, Music Ministers, Choirs, Instrumentalists, Church music ministry administrators and more is expected to seat between 1,000 – 1,500 registered participants.

The 2013 edition featured Grammy Award Nominee and multi Stellar Awards winner Pastor Kim Burrell as the Main Guest Artist / Minister. This year, The conference will host Grammy Award and multi Stellar Award winning artiste and Pastor at Bishop TD Jakes’ Potters House, Dallas, Texas, Myron Butler as main Guest Minister.

Also on the headlining list of facilitators include Kevin Gray (USA), Sammie Okposo, Wilson Joel, ID Cabasa, Mike Abdul, Nosa, K-Sticks, Tosin Alao, Tolucci, Olaitan Dada, Ada Ehi, Joepraize, Oye Akindeinde (360Nobs), Deji Irawo (X2D), Yinka Davies, Kenny Kore, Tim Godfrey and many more.

The conference with the theme “Teach Me To Fish – Who You Epp” and hosted by Gospel artistes Cute Sagay & Sophiya, is set to hold in 3 locations namely:

– Port Harcourt – 14th June, 2017
– Abuja – 15th June, 2017
– Lagos – 16th – 17th, June 2017

It is adviced that you to register your choir early in order to qualify for the discounts.

Churches and Ministries desirous of hosting the conference in Lagos, Abuja and Port Harcourt, or hosting our Main Guest Minister Myron Butler, can reach organizers on the phone number below.

SPONSORSHIP opportunities are currently available, so interested corporate organisations can also reach out to us.

DISCOUNTS: 25% – 50% Group Discounts for churches / ministries with large groups is also available, dependent on number of registrants.

50% DISCOUNTS also available for 20-man choir member upon registration.

Contact:

Tel: 234 806 738 7455

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