The Mission Department exists to equip the local church for effective mission and evangelism.
To carry out this comprehensive vision, the department has seven units:
1. Youth and Student Ministries
2. Mother’s Union and Family Life Programme
4. Christian-Muslim Relations
5. Boys and Girls’ Brigade
6. Alpha Uganda
7. SOMA Uganda
Youth and Students unit reaches out to youth in educational institutions as well as school dropouts by organizing conference, missions, games and sports, and music and drama. We equip youth workers for evangelism and discipleship and prepare them for mission work.
Contact person: Rev. Canon Capt. Titus Baraka, Acting Coordinator
Mothers Union supports families through capacity building, parenting, and income generating projects and evangelizes in order to have God-fearing families. Family Life Programme focuses on enhancing the building of relationships between couples and peer groups so as to work together in order to improve the quality of life, alleviate poverty, and training for discipleship within families and communities.
Contact person: Mrs. Sarah Kasule: email@example.com
Christian-Muslim Relations focus: training clergy and lay leaders in the differences and similarities between Christianity and Islam and how the local church can effectively relate to its Muslim neighbours.
Contact person: Musa Syamutsangira: firstname.lastname@example.org
Alpha Uganda. Alpha is a ten-week course that explores the meaning of life. The Alpha Uganda office spreads the vision of Alpha as an evangelistic tool, trains church leaders in how to run effective Alpha courses, and distributes resources for Alpha Courses throughout Uganda.
Contact person : Berna Amodoi: email@example.com
SOMA Uganda. SOMA Uganda is a mission agency called by God to serve the Anglican Communion and the worldwide church by building up and equipping the Body of Jesus Christ through the renewing power of the Holy Spirit, principally through short term, cross-cultural missions, for the transformation of individuals, churches and communities. Contact person: Rev. Canon Capt. Titus Baraka, Acting Coordinator