The Blue Train is poised to invade Thohoyandou, a Far North Eastern Town of Limpopo Province, on 8-10 March 2019 for an annual National Women Conference. The Conference officially kicks off at 21:00 and concludes at 15:00 on Sunday, 10 March 2019 at the University of Venda (Univen).

Under the Theme “Those who trust in the Lord will renew their strength”, over 5000 UAAC Faithful from all nine (9) RSA Provinces, Zimbabwe, Botswana and Zambia will attend the convention dubbed, UAAC ‘second biggest gathering. The Departure for all Southern Provinces based members is scheduled for 21h00 at Petropoort, outside Pretoria, whist those from other countries have arranged different estimated times of departure. They will all converge at Thohoyandou in the early hours of Saturday, 9 March 2019, to join their Limpopo counterparts who would have started the first service at 21:00 on Friday, 8 March 2019.

UAAC Bishops, Office bearers from the National Executive Committee and the Youth will participate in the conference, supporting their mothers. The Conference has also attracted local traditional leaders, prominent political leaders, members of the private sector and UNIVEN Students.

Somewhat of a subdued mood is expected on Sunday morning as it is traditionally meant for the church Spiritual Father to deliver an annual message to the Women. However, the momentum will rise again as the Women, who vowed to live the legacy of the late Archbishop Dr EMM Mureri, will showcase what he taught them over the years. They will certainly soothe themselves with his favourite songs such as Twanano, Lentswe, Vha do Gonya na, Xamlezweni and many more.

The conference will certainly leave an indelible mark in the minds of many and as in the past gatherings; some members of the public will repent and be converted.

United we shall always stand as we live the Legacy of Archbishop Dr EMM Mureri.

Vha do gonya thavha ila heee…, heee…, Hamadala li a fhalala…, heli ndi Dzhatsha.

Peace be unto all!