Members and leaders of Christ Embassy Church Uganda have kicked off a massive clean-up campaign in their communities across the country ahead of Pastor (PhD) Chris Oyakhilome’s birthday. He turns 54 on December 7, 2017.
Announcing the initiative at a press conference last week, an official of Christ Embassy, Deaconess Sarah Esi Koomson said the service dubbed, “Believers’ Loveworld Incorporated (BLW) International Day of Service 2017” forms a part of their “transforming lives” initiative aimed at exhibiting the love of God to mankind.
“We as Christ Embassy will, as it has been a part of our ministry, show Christ’s love to our neighbours. And on his birthday come December 7, our man of God has requested us to render services to our society. We are not only for preaching the gospel but also giving back to society,” she added.
This campaign is nationwide – across all branches of Christ Embassy and it entails activities such as meal donations to street children, hospital visitations, clean up exercise, orphanage visits among others.
Christians at Christ Embassy Church Uganda, joined by other ministries affiliated to or otherwise in support of the cause over the weekend rolled up their sleeves to clean the the streets, washed peoples cars and cleared sidewalks and drainage systems bringing joy to the community and drawing the attention of passers-by in areas including Nyanama, Mutundwe Parish, Rubaga Division.
By Staff Writer.