Province of the Anglican Church of South Sudan

December 2016-January 2017 Fall-Winter Trips, Refugee Outreach

Mission report

We would like to thank our partners for their generous donations that allowed our mission to continue its work in Adjumani, northern Uganda. We want to keep you informed of the work being done and this report also includes a proposal for what we would like to do to help the refugees in the next 6-months. 

p1The end of 2016 and the beginning of 2017 marks the busy season for refugee outreach that covers Alere, Ayilo I, Ayilo II, Olua I, Olua II, Nyamazi I, Nyamazi II and Dzaipi. We were blessed to have many volunteers come to serve this fall-Winter, Six Churches have been planted so far. These teams devoted themselves and served at the refugee camps, encouraged the South Sudanese congregations, and spread the light of Gospel.

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Rebuilding self-reliance in Nyumazi refugee camp:                         Proposed site for Agricultural activities

The big upcoming event for the farming calendar had been widely expected, the 2017 ploughing playoffs. The farmers sector in refugee camps is underdeveloped and in desperate need of rehabilitation. A South Sudan refugee relies heavily on neighboring countries for certified seed, which is costly, and farmers rely on the informal seed sector.


Sharing the Gospel under the tree in OLUA II, these new converts completed commitment basic training that will help them after the evangelism. We partnered with local churches and pastors from across denominational lines and ministered closely with local organizing teams. We thank the Lord for allowing us to uplift the name which is above every name, the name of Jesus Christ.

Please join us in praying for the spiritual growth of all those that received Christ as their Savior. Also pray that the Lord will bring forth spiritual fruit from the many seeds that were sown in the lives of thousands of lost souls. Thank you for partnering with us to take the gospel to the uttermost.


Sharing Jesus Christ in refugee camp with youth/children from Nuer /Dinka congregations in ALERE



We preached the gospel face-to-face during these evangelistic ministry services, 812 young adults publicly received Christ Jesus as their personal savior


Elijah and youth mama during church planting in AYILO I & II in northern Uganda this fall, our mission team spent two weeks sharing the gospel in Uganda. The Lord opened the door for us to preach in homes, refugee camps, hospitals, churches. We also conducted outdoor evangelism in different areas in the remote West Nile region of northern Uganda.


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Sharing the gospel and praying with church leaders


Prayer Updates: A few specific things you can be praying for this month:

1. Please continue to pray for the refugees as they struggle to find new life in northern Uganda 

2. Pray for the pastoral training / Evangelistic ministry that will be held at Nyumazi, refugee camp in February, 2017.

3. Pray for the missioners as we face many tasks this fall-Winter.

4. Pray for new converts and teachers as they resume training next month

How you can help

      Every single contribution helps us give even more support to South Sudanese families in desperate need of help.

      Share this story and spread the word about the millions of refugees’ people who need us.

      Ask your close friends and family to contribute to our efforts to help South Sudanese fleeing the war crisis.