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Saving Lives Through Blood Donation

Every year members of The church of Jesus Christ of latter day saints in the Jinja Uganda Stake participate in a one day Stake blood donation activity. This year’s activity was held on the 14 April 2018 at the Jinja Chapel

Hold a Temple Recommend

Latter-day Saints have been urged to find time and carry out their family history work in a bid to be in position to qualify and live with God. The call was made by The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints, President Russell M. Nelson on 16 April during a conference held at Bomas hall in Nairobi Kenya.

From Mormon Newsroom (Salt Lake City)

President Nelson Concludes Global Ministry Tour in Hawaii

A Great Future for The Mbale Branch

A day to remember for the Mbale Branch of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. On March 31, 2018. President Collings, mission president, received permission to create an official group for the Saints in their own Village of Mile 5. There is a group of 70 members and about 20 of them have for years faithfully attended church meetings with a 1 ½ hour walk to the Mbale Branch meetinghouse.

A Day Fulled With Fun And Learning 

On Saturday the 21st of April 2018, Young Single Adults of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints held a get together activity at the Ntinda Ward of the Kampala North Stake. This activity brought young single adults (YSAs) from many wards in the both the North and South Stake to participate in an afternoon filled with fun, socializing and learning.

From Mormon Newsroom (Salt Lake City)

President Nelson Completes Africa Tour in Zimbabwe

From Mormon Newsroom (Salt Lake City)

President Nelson Begins Global Ministry Tour in the UK

From Mormon Newsroom (Salt Lake City)

Church to Celebrate Revelation on the Priesthood

From South Africa Mormon Newsroom

A New Area Presidency is Announced for the Africa Southeast Area

Five Ways You Can Start Ministering Today

During the most recent General Conference, major changes were made on how members of the Church serve one another. The programs of home and visiting teaching were retired and were replaced by “ministering.” President Russell M. Nelson described ministering as a coordinated effort to help people meet their spiritual and temporal needs.