Sarah and Simon Cawdell, Uganda

Coming alongside local Christians, helping them to grow in their faith, teaching theology to local leaders and building self-sufficiency.

Uganda: training

Local partner Judith Murungi writes that 15 pastors and leaders recently received CMS-Africa’s holistic transformational leadership training. Praise God for this investment in these leaders and pray for these leaders and their churches to have an impact on their communities, particularly those where cattle-raiding is an issue. Pray, too, for those learning biblical stewardship principles […]

Uganda: Sunday school

Alongside their responsibilities at Moyo Hospital and Kajo-Keji Christian College (in South Sudan) respectively, Neil and Sue Browning lead a Sunday school with five young leaders. Up to 120 children have been attending, and recently many responded to a gospel message. Pray with them that these children seek God seriously.

An invitation to Boris Johnson

A CMS mission partner invites the prime minister to visit southwest Uganda – to gain some perspective and more compassion when it comes to refugees.

Uganda: returning to Potter’s Village

Mission partner Nicci Maxwell has returned to Kisoro this week after being on home leave in the UK. As she returns to a department with great needs, pray for wisdom for Nicci not to take on too much too soon, and for the courage to say no when necessary. One of Nicci’s key colleagues at […]

Uganda: trauma healing

Local partner Sam Malish writes that trauma healing training has taken place in several locations recently, and that many young people have been reached with Bible stories about forgiveness. In addition, 22 new trauma healing groups have been started. Praise God for these encouraging developments, and pray for God to multiply the impact of this […]

Uganda: refugee healing

Give thanks for the work of local partner Sam Malish (who featured in our Christmas Appeal). He reports that in the second half of 2021, 34 new trauma healing groups were started in Imvepi refugee settlement in northern Uganda, which reached more than 800 people. Sam's team also provided 25 children's workers with specific "Walking with Wounded Children" training. Covid restrictions were still hampering the in-person work. Pray for Sam and the team.

Judith Murungi, Uganda

Coordinating CMS-Africa activities in Uganda and training and mentoring leaders for effective holistic discipleship

Neil and Sue Browning, Uganda

Neil works as a surgeon at the local government hospital in Moyo and Sue as a lecturer at Kajo-Keji Christian College (KCC).

Tom and Verity Clare, Uganda

Tom works to improve the health of locals and refugees. Verity looks after our children and hopes to work in peacebuilding or teaching English.

Nicci Maxwell, Uganda

Providing paediatric and neonatal medical care to the community, and providing training, mentorship and support to local healthcare workers.

Malcolm Pritchard, Uganda

Theological college tutor, helping to promote spiritual development and a faithful understanding of the gospel in college life.