KIMWANYI CHURCH AND ON TO ENTEBBE

On the way to Kimwanyi this morning we stopped to ‘rescue’ two young children aged around 2 & 3 wandering across the main road. Unfortunately this is not uncommon as youngsters are left to fend for themselves while parents go in search of work.


Ian preached at the 9.30 service at Kimwanyi on Ephesians 1 v 15 – 23 It was, as always, a good sermon. By the time the service and songs of thanks etc ended three hours had passed, the inevitable photos and then yet another wonderful …lunch at Patrick’s house cooked by Frank. More photos then it was “time to go”

A quick stop to collect our luggage and 5 hours later after a brief stop at the equator and a detour to visit Catherine (Head teacher at Kimwanyi) who had been involved in an accident and was unable to be at the school) we arrived back at the Serene guest House. A light supper and it was time for bed.

In many ways we will be sad to leave Uganda tomorrow. We have strengthened relationships with those we have worked with over the years and made many new friends. It will be good however to return to our families, drive on relatively safe roads, eat familiar food and not have to use a long drop!!!
Thank you to everyone who has followed our journey. Please pray for God’s guidance as you consider how you can play a part in this work.