About Rabagirana Ministries:
Video about the work of the organization: https://vimeo.com/272590231
'Invisible Scars' a short documentary on the issues in Rwanda: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KujNBm-MylY
„Our passion is to see Rwanda become a model of lasting peace, unity and light to the nations to the glory of God. (Isaiah 60:3).
We help people find new freedom and hope through our healing and reconciliation programs. We strengthen peace through facilitating reconciled people to find creative solutions to their common challenges through community development initiatives.
We sustain community progress through developing responsible and mature leaders through running our servant leadership programs.”
Rabagirana Ministries is focusing on three things:
Reconciliation trainings and workshops, Community Development, and Leadership Development.
Support from the IP would contribute to the ongoing building project of Rabagirana Ministries. They are building a residential building
to provide more accommodation for trainings and a multi-purpose hall (for weddings and events) as an income generation project.
Click here to see the full report...
Ward 8 at Mulleriyawa Hospital had been supported by St Andrew’s church in Colombo for two decades, but last year they needed extra funding to allow the women in the ward to have proper baths, showers and toilet facilities after the existing plumbing had passed its prime and was no longer functioning properly.
This project aimed to refurbish these facilities and this has now been succesfully completed.
Click Here to read full report..
The visiting team from St Andrew’s Scots Kirk
are thanked by the Nurse in Charge.
"Go, then, to all peoples, everywhere… you will be witnesses for me to the ends of the earth."
And it begins to become clear that this really isn’t about providing churches conveniently for Scots on holiday. It never was.
Our ministry and mission reaches refugees, politicians and international business leaders alike, and covers those who live here, those who visit here by choice, and those whose choices have been taken from them.
Our congregations are drawn from five continents, and from the widest range of Christian backgrounds. And our mission work stretches into Africa, Asia and the Americas.
We hope you find this short outline interesting. If it provides a focus for prayer, we would be grateful. If it stimulates further research into what we’re doing in Christ’s service, we would be encouraged. All the weblinks you need are here. And if it gets you personally involved in our work and worship, whether through practical support or participation, we look forward to welcoming you.