The seminar is part of Christafari’s return visit to PNG in the coming weeks.
The group fuses rustic roots with modern dancehall and yardee culture to create their own signature sound.
The group’s visit will consist of two live concerts in Moresby from October 1-2 at the Rev Sione Kami Memorial Church (RSKMC) and visits to Ukarumpa in East Highlands and Rabaul in East New Britain.
Christafari is known for popular gospel songs including Cries of the City, He Will Deliver Me, Freedom Step, He is Greater Than I and Sitting and Watching.
This will be the second year for RSKMC to host the two-night concert.
The group last visited PNG and performed during the church’s Silver Jubilee celebrations in November 2015, which saw more than 7,000 people attend.
The band recently released a new video “Lord, You Are Good”, featuring the tour including sights, scenes and faces of PNG apart from the other Melanesian countries.
Organisers at RSKMC confirmed that tickets for the concert are going for K30 per person per night while kids under five years have free admission.
Tickets will be on sale at the church’s administration office during the week from 9am-5pm and at the church foyer during Sunday services from 8.30am to 12noon.
Christafari, formed in 1990, is centreed on the personality of ordained Minister Mark “Tansoback” Mohr, an American, born-again Christian.
Until the age of 17, Mohr was a Rastafarian and the essential goal of Christafari is to promote Christianity to all people, including Rastafarians.