Timothy Project: CCPC Uganda 2017

Jun 15, 2017

CrossTraining Timothy ProjectThe Timothy Project: CCPC Uganda 2017 trip will see a team of adults and students from CrossTraining’s  partner church, Cherry Creek Presbyterian Church head to Kampala, Uganda for a couple weeks of ministry. . The team consisting of adult leaders and students, will over two weeks, serve in a number of ways. From school visits and participating in school ministry, to partnering with and hearing stories from Youth For Christ leaders, to visiting with pregnant teenagers at the Mirembe House.

Timothy Project: CCPC Uganda 2017

The Mirembe House will be one place of ministry

The team will also have a day of soccer ministry, playing with the street kids of Kampala and also work on a service project in Gulu with a safari experience at the end of the trip. CCPC has made a regular trip of going to Uganda and also utilized the Timothy Project when a team went in 2015. New to the team for this year is Cameron Bristol, who shared his excitement about the trip,

I personally have heard great things from the people who have gone on past trips with the church and am incredibly excited to experience it myself – getting to be the hands and feet of Jesus Christ and hopefully bringing a peace of it back into my own community.

Timothy Project: CCPC Uganda 2017

Street kids in Kampala are excited to receive brand new jerseys after playing with the CCPC team in 2015.

As a supporting partner church with CrossTraining, CCPC has requested via the Timothy Project to take a number of jerseys and soccer balls so that they can hand out to the street kids on the day they hold soccer ministry. The team leaves June 2o and returns in early July. Supporters are encouraged to pray for the team as they travel and minister and serve.

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