A movement of gospel movements for the flourishing of African Cities.

Vision & Mission


A movement of City Gospel Movements for the spiritual and social flourishing of Africa. 


United prayer and evangelism; 

Discipleship and ethics; Revival and flourishing

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Our History

As we look back on these milestones of what God has done through Movement Day, we are excited for what lies ahead:

2015 City Changers Movement Day Pretoria

The first Movement Day outside the United States of America.  Attended by people of South Africa and 14 other nations.

2016 Movement Day Global Cities

This gathering sparked the vision for an African gathering. Attended by 286 delegates from Africa.

2017 Movement Day Africa Roadshow

Four Movement Day events organised by different Gospel Movements in Pretoria, Cape Town, Durban and Nairobi (East Africa) that served as a catalyst for the envisioned Africa wide gathering in 2018.

2018 Movement Day Africa Kenya

A gathering of 600 leaders from 49 key African Cities gathered presenting different spheres of society.

Our World

Movement Day (MD) was launched in 2010, as a one-day to three-day gathering of ministry, marketplace and nonprofit leaders passionate about cities and the Gospel of Jesus, coming together across denominational, ethnic, geographical, and socio-economic lines. Over 18,000 city leaders have been trained.

Those called to lead these gatherings are individuals with a vision for God accelerating a gospel movement in their city, individuals eager to link arms with other leaders who desire to see the Body of Christ come together. Movement Day Expressions is the vehicle through which we serve the launch of these gatherings across the globe.

There is a unique opportunity and urgency to unite and empower Christian leaders to change cities through gospel movement and impact today’s urban issues of: Fatherlessness, Education, Poverty and Unemployment.

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 MOVEMENT DAY events  

Pan African Movement 2019

Movement Day Nairobi 2018


Stephen Mbogo


Peter Watt



Nokwazi Mdlalose

Graham Power

Stephen Smith

Robert Ntuli

Vice Chair

Craig Sider

CEO M.org

Mac Pier

Founder M.org

Lutangu Lubasi

RHL - Central

Emmanuel Kwizera

RHL - East

 Bernard Sachie

RHL - West

Ambrose Nyangao

Claude Alexander

Boshoff Grobler

Trevor Herbert

Jurie Kriel

John-Wesley Nguuh

Steve Flandorp

Jean Symons

Koketso Molaolwe


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