Makorora Parish celebrates confirmation of 42 young and adult

On Sunday, 28th July 2013, 42 youth received confirmation at Makorora Parish and among them 4 were adult baptized before confirmation service. Makorora Parish (Tanga town) is in Pwani deanery of North Eastern Diocese – ELCT. The parish is headed by Rev. Ndimbo
Confirmands shaking hands with church elders
The service began at 9.00am with a regular Sunday service headed by Principal Dean Rev. Yohana Mmaka in liturgy secession aided by Pwani deanery dean Rev. Amasia Kaoneka while Bishop Rev. Dr. Stephen Munga led sermons.
Adult baptizm
Bishop Dr. Munga during sermons insisted on unity and warned on the world changes in technology that will affect the whole church if serious measures to couple with technology won’t be implemented for the spread of word of God. He warns youth to invest in education for their future. 
He criticizes the Tanzania government, saying he understand that over the past couple of years, the national examination results have been steadily deteriorating that led to insufficient number of students in higher level. As a nation, we need to think aloud, what we have just witnessed is just another manifestation of wasted financial and other resources.
Moreover, Munga tells young confirmands to struggle for the future of Tanzania and for betterment of their lives and families. 
Prossesions led by trumpet
Evangelist choir
Confirmation enables a baptized person to confirm the promises made on their behalf at baptism. It is also a sign of full membership to the Christian community. A baptized person believes that he or she is receiving the gift of the Holy Spirit. To some, party probably begins in the early afternoon, after the confirmation ceremony is completed.
Tumaini Choir singing