April 20, 2024

Jinja City, Uganda – The Lutheran Church of Uganda has kicked off its 5-day Pastoral Leadership Institute International Year III Conference. The conference aims to equip participants with the necessary skills and knowledge to lead and serve their congregations effectively.

The conference, which is being held under the theme “Building Strong Leaders for Vibrant Congregations,” has brought together over 12 couples from various parts of Eastern Deanery of LCU. The attendees include pastors, Evangelists and Church Leaders, people who are passionate about serving their communities and spreading the gospel.

The opening day of the conference was filled with a review of Year I and Year II teachings, insightful presentations, and engaging discussions.

The conference also featured several sessions including “Biblical Foundation for Missional Communities. Introduction to Year III learning among others.

Participants had the opportunity to learn from experienced church leaders and to share their own experiences and insights.

“I am glad to see so many passionate and committed leaders gathered here today for PLII Year III training” said Bishop Charles Bameka, Natoinal Presiding Bishop of the Lutheran Church of Uganda. “Our hope is that this conference will equip and inspire them to lead their congregations with excellence and to make a positive impact in their communities.”

The 5-day conference promises to be an enriching and transformative experience for all participants. It will provide a platform for learning, networking, and fellowship, as well as an opportunity to deepen one’s faith and commitment to God’s work.

The conference will run until Friday, September 17th, with each day featuring a variety of sessions and activities.