The Trustees and Ugandan staff wish all of our supporters and volunteers a very Happy New Year and pray that it will be healthy and peace-filled!
We really appreciate your support and prayers and look forward to serving those in need in Northern Uganda during 2019.
May God bless you richly and [...]
“Duncan Watt, chairman of the trustees of TEAMS said he was very sad to see Ed leave and had thoroughly enjoyed working alongside him. He is a man who has a very strong faith and is wise beyond his years. Nevertheless, the Board could not be happier over Ed’s reason [...]
Through the generous support of one of our donors we have been able to construct a 2 roomed brick built house with separate toilet, shower and cooking area on our land in Gulu. This accommodation has been built specifically for our Pastor who presently lives 8 miles from our [...]
The team starts to get the luggage together feeling very glad that it will be sent straight through to Entebbe and not collected and re-checked in by us in Nairobi.
Happy New Year to you all!
As we start the new year, TEAMS’ UK office has moved address! In a bid to save costs here in the UK and enable us to use more donations in Uganda, we are relocating from our offices in Hendon to a shared work space [...]
At the beginning of September 2017, TEAMS’ welcomed in a New Pastor, Ajum Charles. We are very grateful for his work and ministry with TEAMS. The community have already been commenting on the fact that he cares for them and he has already seen growth in the church among adults and [...]
Here are a few photos of some of the children that TEAMS support through their education. They are collecting their materials so they are ready for the start of the school term. The materials consist of paper, notebooks, pens, pencils, rulers, rubbers, calculators (where necessary), bags and water bottles.
STITCHES continues to be popular with 27 enrolling to join Year 1. This is amazing and very encouraging. To be honest it is really a few too many but as we have found in previous years there are inevitably some who leave, either because this course is [...]