The main objective of the Missions and Discipleship Ministry at st Francis is to train and equip ordinary people to go and do extraordinary things in the name of Jesus so that all might see, hear and experience God’s love in tangible ways. In this way we are able to make Disciples who make Disciples for Jesus Christ.
Missions; the ministry has several mission teams / groups and these include; Kabale Ankole Anglican youth missioners (KAAYM), Ruwenzori Anglican youth missioners (RAYM), Kisoro Anglican youth missioners (KIM), and West-Nile Anglican youth missioners (WAYM) and recently the office has embarked at having other regions come up with mission groups like Buganda Anglican youth missioners (BAYM) and Busoga Anglican youth missioners (BUAYM). We call upon elders and students from these regions to join the department in the formation of these teams. This ministry has strategic ministry partners who are able to work together with the office to foster change among students. These partnerships include, Living word Uganda (bible handling) Global link Africa(missions) VERITAS Uganda( bible handling) A consortium of evangelical mission in Uganda(raising preachers) Proclamation task (bible handling) Teens challenge ( addictions) Proclaim Africa (evangelism) Ravi Zacharias international ministries (apologetics) Power F.M( mission/films) Christ Church Kansas (Packwel Church, Gulu University Chapel .
Discipleship; we are working together with Life Ministry in helping to Disciple new believers, using the different discipleship tools bought from their Offices; these tools have helped so much in nurturing the believers who are later recruited in the cells and fellowships.
Cell; St. Francis Chapel is a cell based church which is “small enough to care, and yet big enough to celebrate”. Cell ministry focuses on developing a deeper relationship with God and one another. It creates an atmosphere for personal growth and development and seeking the lost. We meet in our homes to share the word and break bread following what the apostles did in Acts 2:46-47
Our cells are spread out through Kampala but most are concentrated with Makerere University and the areas surrounding the university.
In a cell, we read the word of God, encourage each other and challenge each other on matters of faith and life style. Everyone who belongs to a cell has a testimony about this ministry. “A home cell is a care group through which you will be embraced, nurtured, equipped and meaningfully connected to the body of Christ at St. Francis Chapel.
Join a cell today and you will truly belong to St. Francis Chapel. Download the Cell App (go to Google play store, type in St. Francis, download, install and sign up) to find out a cell near you or come to the cell tent on a Sunday at the Chapel entrance and we register you!