Church Planting

Here we are referring to the existing congregation. The smallest con­ gregation has 45-60 People and the largest 200- 350 People. 90% of the believers in these Churches have been baptized and about only 30% own a Bible.

Uganda most of the time is referred to as a Christian nation but that is so far not true, because there many people who are not Cchurched and unreached as well, most of our church plant in Uganda, is geared towards the remote villages.

South Sudan opened up; but due to an on-going instability, reaching the unreached is possible because they are reachable now more than ever!
For many years our prayers, giving and strategies all seemed going against a rock as Sudan missioncontinued to be the most difficult place to reach, due to the infrastructures, poor roads, political instabilities and many others, but now we have no excuse! God has brought a big number of Sudanese, of which most of them are hearing the gospel for the first time! What do you do when God brings closer to you the people you wanted so much to reach? The answer is: you reach them!


The Refugee problem is traced from decades of civil war and the most recent conflict of January 2014. Fighting broke out again in the capital city of Juba in July 1, 2016. Due to the increasing violence, scarcity of food, and financial instability caused by the war, inflation reached 60%). As a result, many South Sudanese have been fleeing their country in over­ whelming numbers according to UNHCR to-date. So far, over one million South Sudanese refugees in Uganda are women and children.

There are about 21 South Sudanese Refugee settlement camps in Uganda, 18 in Adjuman District, others in Bweyele, Arua, and most recent in Yumbe. These camps range from the smallest like 20,000, E.g Pagerinya, where we have so far planted two Churches. The camp has 46000 people and the largest Bidibid in Yumbe with over 150,000 people. Our Response!