Monthly Archives: June 2011

My Name is Not Mzungu

by Abbott Bailey Mzungu.  White person.  Wherever we go, particularly outside Kampala, the children (and some adults) look at us, point, laugh, and say “Mzungu.”  White person.  Here it is not just a matter of pointing out the obvious.  There … Continue reading

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What difference does a printer make?

One of the tasks assigned to us by Joanita was pricing a printer for the school to purchase.  Most of us are so accustomed to printing whatever we want almost whenever we want for work, school, home, that we take … Continue reading

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Kyaggwe Village

by Abbott Bailey We’ve now been here in Uganda for almost a week, and it’s hard to know where to start.  We are exhausted and energized at the same time, having spent a lot of time talking to the children … Continue reading

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Mission Uganda@The Circle of Peace School

by Abbott Bailey Abbott and Elaine Baur are in Uganda on a mission trip to the Circle of Peace School, which offers primary education to some of Uganda’s poorest and most vulnerable children.  It was started by Joanita Senoga and … Continue reading

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May Mark Madness!

by Katie McGrann, Children’s Minister On Sunday, May 22, we celebrated our year of studying the Gospel of Mark with “May Mark Madness.” Parishioners of all ages comprised four teams who worked together to sort out a Bible verse, assemble … Continue reading

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