Fernhill Heath Baptist Churchin partnership with Emmanuel Cathedral, Arua, Uganda.
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A team from Emmanuel Cathedral, Arua, Uganda accepted an invitation from Rev Jeff Porter, on behalf of Fernhill Heath Baptist Church. They visited us for just over 2 weeks in July 2013. The team consisted of Bishop Joel Obetia, Florence Abuko, Rev Canon Solomon Adebo, John Alipa, Rev Collins Andaku, Jacob Angualuga and Shem Ovua.
The team arrive in the UK
On the first Sunday they attend Services at Fernhill Heath
On Monday, the team visited Droitwich Baptist Church, and a BBQ in Fernhill Heath
in the evening
The next day was a visit to the Sacred Heart Catholic Church in Droitwich,
followed by a concert at the Salvation Army in Dudley.
In the evening they led a Bible Study
On Tuesday the team visited the International Mission Centre (IMC) and
Heart of England Baptist Association (HEBA) in Birmingham
and in the evening it was Songs of Praise back at Fernhill Heath
They went on a tour of Worcester University, The Hive and Worcester Cathedral.
In the evening the men attended Grumpy Mens Club (GMC),
and Jacob was a guest at the Boys Brigade in Droitwich.
Hindlip First School hosted the team on the Friday morning.
A Barn Dance was held in the evening
On Saturday, an afternoon of games and then a picnic was enjoyed by all at Upper Sapey
The team were welcomed at Worcester Cathedral for their Sunday Morning Service, and then in the evening we all enjoyed Cheryl's Baptismal Service at Fernhill Heath.
On the Monday morning, Grimley and Holt School hosted the team.
In the evening the team led us in a very enjoyable African Evening
The next day was a visit to a Nursery, then onto Bewdley Baptist Church
and lunch in the Wyre Forest.
Some of the team visited F.OA.G offices in Powick, Florence was a guest of Wednesday Morning Ladies (WML), and in the evening the team led a Bible Study
The Mayor of Worcester kindly received the team, and provided a guided tour of the Guildhall. Followed by a shopping experience, and tour of some of the historic buildings in Worcester
In the evening we held a skittles evening
Friday was left for the team to 'chill out' and they did many different things.
In the evening we joined together in a Garden Fellowship evening.
On Saturday we had a day at Warwick Castle
Special farewell Services were held on the final Sunday of their visit.
They depart and begin their journey back to Arua, Uganda.