The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints is now officially Registered in Rwanda.
National and community officials joined with Church leaders at the Kigali Serena Hotel for an exhibition, dinner, and program on February 7th. The following afternoon members and their guests celebrated at their meeting house in Gishushu .
Elder David R. Bednar, of the Quorum of the Twelve Apostles of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, visited Uganda to instruct Church members and discuss topics that affect those inside or outside the Church.
“The Lord will hasten the work in His time. Our part is not to be bound up by tradition. If the Lord is hastening His work we cannot keep doing things the same way we have always done them.” This was the council of Elder Bednar in his address to the Saints in Uganda.
The theme of this event was, "The Other Side of Me" and was held not only to honor the disabled graduates, but to showcase the skills and talents they have developed despite their disabilities.
The Lubaga Division Mayor’s Garden in Kampala was the site for the graduation of 45 members of The Disabled Women Designers on Saturday, November 30th.This organization is designed to train disabled persons and parents of disabled children in tailoring, knitting, embroidery art, and other skills.
The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints has been commended for doing charity in Uganda without discrimination. This was revealed by the State Minister of gender and cultural affairs, Hon. Rukia Nakadama, when she officiated at a farewell dinner for the former Uganda- Kampala Mission President Eric Jackson and his wife Kaye Jackson who recently completed a three year mission .
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