UPCNL International mission trip program

Working in Unity so that every joint supplies its share Ephesians 4:16   

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Our Programs are the designated programs which allows every person to minister as he/she flows. Whatever your Gift, skills, passions or background, there’s an opportunity for you to share the love of Christ with people of Uganda. We give everyone opportunity to operate in various kinds of ministry. Whether it is preaching and teaching,

Praying for healing and deliverance ministry,

Community development and agriculture

And many more activity that you can take part in which brings you closer to God personally, and show His great love for people of Uganda as you may see of what we do on our Network of Churches Website (www.upcn.cfsites.org) and Footage/video on Youtube http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tvS6XOZaxIk&feature=em-share_video_user.

We give our visitors a tight security as you may see.

We give our visitors opportunities to tour also and see attractive things we have in Uganda like. The source of Rive Nile ‘‘World’s Longest River” The River Nile is about 6,670 km (4,160 miles) in length and is the longest river in Africa and in the world which is draining into the Mediterranean Sea. The source of all this tumult is marked by a modest sign that reads “The Source of R. Nile - Jinja - World’s Longest River” at Ripon Falls in Lake Victoria, Africa's biggest lake also. On the northern edge of the lake, water pours over a waterfall, into a narrow opening which is the beginning of River Nile.

2. We have Uganda Martyrs Shrine Namugongo.

From far, the eyes cannot fail to catch the sight of a whitish pinnacle towering the normally blue sky. As one approaches, one is gripped by that special feel of a godly environment, with a heroic atmosphere of the Martyrs given by the imposing giant structure of a shrine.

 The Shrine is well known for its beautiful and unique interior and exterior, but it is especially notable for its shape and architectural plan: the 22 copper pillars-over 100 feet long that support the shrine built in form of an African hut and its wooden doors that depict the history of the Martyrs. The Shrine seats arranged in a circular form

The Pavilion (Island) in the lake is another unique feature at Namugongo with a clear view that can be seen from all angles of the over 15 acres Shrine compound.

3.  The Uganda Zoo

Uganda is rich in wildlife and natural resources. The pearl of Africa has beautiful and diverse habitat for animals in Zoo and national parks. The Western part is an ideal location for tracking the rare Mountain Gorilla’s and the very much humanlike chimpanzees. Seeing zebra’s, giraffe, hippo’s and many other wild animals but it is definitely also the best place in the world to go and see primates in the wild and go Gorilla tracking.

If you come to Uganda we will arrange you on other costs the right safari if you should wish to do so.  Like Queen Elizabeth National Park where Lions, Leopards, Elephants, Hippos and many more animals can be found.