Readings this month Sunday 3 March Psalm 30 John 15:1-17 Sunday 10 March Psalm 31 John 2:1-12 Sunday 17 March Psalm 32 John 4:1-15 Sunday 24 March Psalm 33 John 5:1-18 Sunday 31 March Psalm 34 John 6:16-25 Trip to Uganda, February 24 – March 14 2019 On Sunday, we sent the team of seven off with prayers for a […]
Peter writes: Did you know these facts about Uganda? Population in 2019 of 45.07 million people Life expectancy of the average male is 56.7 Life expectancy of the average female is 60.5 84% of the population is Christian, 14% is Muslim 48.47% of the population is between 0-14 years 21.16% of the population is between 15-24 years 84% of the […]
Here’s Bex with another video blog. She’s chatting to Helen. Helen is a CMS mission partner who lives and works in Kampala.
Here’s a vlog from Bex about her Uganda experience so far.
Hello lovely people! It’s Serena here. For those of you who don’t know, this trip to Uganda has been my first time out of Europe. Where do I start!? I can’t even begin to describe how much I have loved it. I don’t have enough words in this blog to write fully about my experience, so I look forward to […]
Hi, it’s Annabel here. For the past couple of days the other half of the team, Ruth, Serena, Bex and I, have been doing kids work training in Naminage. About 15-20 came, a range of teachers, students, pastors from neighbouring churches and locals. It was amazing to be there with people who shared the same heart for children and God as […]
Sam’s one of the project co-ordinators – he’s been receiving training this week in preparation for the launch of the project. Here’s his video story.
Hello, it’s Andy here. Peter, Jo and I are in Jinja overnight to meet with Busoga Trust and other local development organisations, to look at what local support and governance could be available for the social enterprise. Back in Naminage, the rest of the team are continuing to offer training to those that are wanting to get involved in children’s […]
Jo here – It’s day 5 and weather update: it’s still hot! We’re enjoying the sun, and no one’s been burnt… yet. Yesterday afternoon, we saw the training that school staff and business owners are going through as part of the Petal Project scheme. Through learning essential business schools such as record keeping, marketing and financial transparency, these trainees will […]
Ruth here, writing from beautifully sunny Naminage. We arrived safely last night having stayed in Kampala for a night and then traveled on through Jinja. It rained hard last night which was a blessing as they have had a drought for a long time. It meant that the water tank here actually has some water in now. Today, Ash Wednesday, […]