KIREKA ADVENTIST HOSPITAL PROJECT
Kireka Adventist Hospital is one of our big project Central Uganda Conference is undertaking. It is one of our strategic planning goals aimed at fulfilling God’s mission of proclaiming the 3 angles message.
This 500 bed hospital will cost more than 10 Billion Ug shs. We have planned to reach every one individual of the conference. To make sure that everyone participates we have printed books of rememberance to reach every congregation. On 15th March a group of more than 80 members were sensitized on how to mobilize individuals through the conference.
More than 60 individuals will go to different district headquarters and other big churches with the message of putting up a big referral Adventist Hospital in Kireka-Kinawattaka area. The artistic impression has also been sent in various congregations covering the conference.Add a comment
Kireka Adventist Hospital
1.1. Mission Statement
The Executive Committee must clearly state it. A failure of which will be to give a proper direction to the Task Committee/ Board, especially in the phases of facilities planning and determination of services to offer. Below are some suggestions:
a) To experience God’s love, wisdom, and power with the community by promoting healing and wellness of the whole person”.
b) “Caring for the body, mind and spirit of our patients, colleagues, community and ourselves”.
c) “To share God’s love by providing physical, mental and spiritual healing”.
d) “To provide premier ethical leadership and multidisciplinary teamwork to plan, establish, and manage a comprehensive range of healthcare services that promote a total healing environment and lifestyle with values consistent with philosophy, teachings and practices of the Seventh-day Adventist Church”.Add a comment
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The Central Uganda Conference (CUC) of the Seventh-day Adventist Church in Uganda Union continues to register steady progress with a number of churches and districts now being led by ordained ministers (pastors).
Bishop James Kaggya (L) castigating the newly ordained Pastors at Kireka Hill SDA ChurchAdd a comment
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