Raising up a generation for Christ, ministering to one another, and preaching the Gospel to the Community.
In 1998, a cholera epidemic erupted as a direct result of South Sudan’s civil war and displacement of Sudanese refugees. Doctors Juventine and Elizabeth Emuku, from Kampala, began serving the local people with the love and gospel of Jesus Christ. Over the last 15 years, God had used this couple to transform their community through the following;
- Vibrant church plant with over 200 members who are committed to growing in the truth of the gospel. This growth led to two more church plants and is now considered a ministry hub for training, discipleship, and sending. These churches now operate as independent Calvary Chapels.
- Fully operational hospital focusing on women, children and other vulnerable persons, serving nearly 30,000 patients per year. The Midigo Hospital specializes in maternal and infant care, HIV / AIDS, mobile medical care to remote areas, and surgical operations.
- Calvary school offers high quality, Christian academics to over 200 primary school children from nearby Christian, Muslim, and Sudanese families. Calvary School doubled in enrollment in one year, and is working towards expanding educational services through secondary school. The school has since become independent under the guidance of Calvary Chapel Midigo.