Dare: 25 July 2018
Source: The Guardian
At the Victory Grace Church in Albion, 100 worshippers sing and sway with their eyes closed and their palms out.
Leading them is Pastor Nathan Kuku, dressed in a tan leather jacket. He bounds across the room, his arms jutting out at sharp angles as he gesticulates with an almost Mick Jagger-like energy.
The gospel music swells. Some women lose their footing and are guided to the front of the church – technically a Maltese community centre in Melbourne’s western suburbs. Kuku places his hand on the women’s foreheads, and they collapse again.\