Little did we know that when we posted news of Charles and Susan’s wedding and then the joy of the arrival of Bruce, his son on our blog just a couple of years ago, we would tragically be posting pictures of his funeral so soon after this.
None of us [...]
Pastor Charles is still in St Francis Hospital Nsambya Kampala and very unwell.
Scans and tests show he now has stage 4 cancer, very high blood pressure and kidney failure. He is having frequent dialysis and is due to start Chemotherapy today 10th May 2023.
His medical bills went past [...]
TEAMS’s resident Pastor Charles Ajum is seriously unwell and since the beginning of this year has been in and out of hospital in Kampala with dreadful abdominal pains and bleeding.
After tests he was diagnosed as having severe ulcerative colitis and more recently is undergoing treatment for suspected kidney failure.
Last month, we had to say goodbye to 9 of our loyal staff; a truly harrowing experience for them and the TEAMS management Board. The Pandemic has put paid to any fundraising for TEAMS for the past 17 months and with many of our long-standing supporters finding themselves with reduced incomes, [...]
We are delighted to announce that we have a new member of the TEAMS family – Pastor Charles and his wife Susan have been blessed with a bonny baby boy!
Born on Sunday 7th March he and mum are doing well and both were back home within 12 hours! [...]
Technology is wonderful when it works, the trouble is we become so dependent upon it that when it lets us down, we really grind to a halt! TEAMS suffered this fate when a melt-down in 2 of our management computers severely disrupted our work recently. With no funds in our [...]
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 [...]
Earlier this year, TEAMS organised a staff team building day, which the majority of staff attended. They went to the Recreation Project in Gulu and were facilitated by a friend of TEAMS, Dan Unterheiner. At their site, staff participated in a variety of activities and challenges, which promote teamwork and [...]