Bushikori Christian Centre - Australian Support Committee -

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The Bushikori Christian Centre Mbale, Uganda, exists to fulfil the great commission of Jesus Christ in both word and deed by spreading the word of God and taking care of widows, orphans and other vulnerable children.

The Australian Support Committee considers it a privilege to partner with BCC through providing prayer support, organising student sponsorship in Australia and administering donated funds to help resource BCC for over 25 years.

Letter from the late Director of Bushikori Christian Centre, Uganda to all supporters. Click here.

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What's Happening Locally?

New July 2021
Newsletter available (see below)

Highlights of this newsletter include

* an update on our new Acting Director Mary Wanendeya

* a focus on Education and a special connection with Covenant College Geelong.

* the long-term impact of sponsorship - stories shared by sponsors and students

Education gives Bushikori students the opportunity to have a better future for themselves and their families

Thank you for your contribution to this important cause and we hope you are encouraged by this latest news.


Give the gift of education and sponsor a child!

We have a list of children needing sponsoring. Their families are mostly peasant farmers who are barely able to provide food and shelter and so need help to support their child's education.

We would love to hear from you if you are interested in taking up any of these precious children. Click HERE

All your QUESTIONS answered!!

 


Christmas for Bushikori 2021

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We are gathering donations now In preparation for our November bank transfer to Bushikori.

Christmas giving each year is a reminder and celebration of God's great gift of love to each one of us.

Any amounts contributed will be of great assistance and make such a difference.

To donate see our Payment Options Page and reference it with your name/Christmas fund

 

What's Happening in Uganda?

Prayer point

Please remember to pray for our Ugandan friends and the people of that country as they are facing many challenges during this time of Covid-19 crisis.

Please also pray for the Staff and management of Bushikori as they navigate this period of mourning after the death of our beloved Anne Wandendeya

JPS Covid Update

Here is a short video updating us on how they are handling supporting JPS students during this time of Covid. It is particularly addressed to St Johns, Highton but is relevant to all supporters.

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JPS Christian Education Training

This video is a report on the progress of Bushikori Christian Centre - Uganda, Joshua Primary School, Christian Education Training program's 2nd year of operation May 2020-Feb 2021

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BCC Christmas Gathering 2020

A short video reporting on the 2020 annual Children's Christmas gathering at Bushikori.

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Bushikori Christian Centre on a google map

 

View our Youtube channel to see other videos from Bushikori Uganda

SUPPORTING OUR WORK!

You can partner with us to break the cycle of poverty by providing education and health care for a community in Uganda.

1. Sponsor a Student which provides school fees, uniforms, scholastic materials, healthcare and a main meal.

2. Financial support by donating to one of our funds -
(see under fundraising)
All donations above $2 are tax deductible

3. Support our fundraisers

4. We need your prayer support - see our specific
prayer needs

Download our Information Brochure

NEWSLETTER

Click on image to download our
July 2021 newsletter.

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Click HERE to goto our Newsletter Archive


"And you shall be a blessing..." Gen12:2

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