Lifepoint partners with Global Outreach, specifically the Global Theological Seminary just outside Jinja, Uganda. Through that partnership, we’ve also been grown into a partnership with 2 local churches, being planted by GTS students. Our work in Uganda is centralized around encouraging church leaders and indigenous church plants to reach their part of the world with the gospel.

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When is the 2017 Trip?

Dates are TBD – however, Summer is likely. If you are interested in being notified once the trip is set, please email

What is the approximate cost?

The cost for Uganda is approximately $2700/person (up to half of the cost will be covered by WOW funds for LifePoint members) which includes round trip airfare to Uganda, housing, meals in country, local transportation, ministry projects/materials, day trip activities, departure taxes, fees, insurance on you and your baggage.  The cost does not include souvenirs, passport fees or vaccination costs.

What will we be doing on the trip?

During our time in Uganda, we will be working alongside our in-country ministry partner, Global Outreach – specifically, the Global Theological Seminary (GTS) just outside Jinja. This year, specifically, the team will be attending the April graduation ceremony at GTS.  Our primary purpose on this trip will be to come alongside and join the local leaders, pastors, and missionaries in their efforts to teach, encourage, disciple, and minster in the local churches and villages.

Where will we stay?

The team will be housed in a local Guest House. Guest Homes are similar to smaller, “bed and breakfast” type hotels.

How will we get around the city?

The team will be transported around the city in a seminary vehicle, taxi’s, hired vans, or hired buses.  One may even have the opportunity to ride on the back of a “boda boda” or motorcycle taxi.

What else will we do?

One evening, the team will get to visit the source of the Nile River by boat while their meal is being prepared at the Kingfisher Resort. There will also be opportunities for shopping in local markets for souvenirs etc.

What is a typical day’s schedule like?

After breakfast, the team will spend the morning at GTS, sitting in on classes and spending time with students and faculty.  The team will participate in chapel at the seminary in late morning.  After chapel, the team will have lunch and head towards their afternoon ministry location(s) until dinner.  Evenings will most likely consist of free time and/or team preparation time for the next day.