Dear SPC, We are almost fit the government requirements. The toilet is finished before Monday 3 February 2020 of opening the school. thanks to Stony point church for supporting us. Also I want to know the schedule for your visiting in kiryandongo, If it’s still the same. God bless you Stony point church. In the [...]
GIVING HEALTH AND LIFE IN JESUS NAME The American Red Cross is the nonprofit provider of blood products to area hospitals. The majority of this blood comes from blood drives organized by groups such as SPC. By giving blood with the American Red Cross, SPC supports patients in need throughout greater Richmond, every day [...]
Sunday, March 8 from 12:30 to 2:00 PM Sally K will tell us about her plan to move to and serve in Lebanon and what we can do to help her. A yummy, free lunch will be served. CLICK HERE TO RSVP.
Jessica Willis, CEO of Richmond Justice Initiative, will be at SPC for lunch on Sunday, February 2 in the Fellowship Hall to teach us about human trafficking in and around RVA, what RJI is doing to combat it, and how we can join the fight. CLICK HERE TO RSVP FOR THIS FREE INFO-LUNCH.
FOR SPC EMERGENCY FOOD PANTRY GUESTS • DECEMBER 17 & 23 "For I was hungry and you gave Me food, I was thirsty and you gave Me drink, I was a stranger and you welcomed Me, I was naked and you clothed Me, I was sick and you visited Me, I was in prison and [...]
WOMEN COUNSELORS: SECOND TRAINING IN NOVEMBER 2019 The women counselors Give appreciation to Stony Point Church for funding this helpful project. They conducted a training today in Matgocni Church (Good Shepherd School compound). These women were taught lessons they learned from the SPC Team (Martha Furman and Anita Keltonic) this past summer.
Dear Friends, We have been much loved and have seen God’s kindness to us in numerous ways. Last Sunday, after the service in Vitkovce, the Roma believers provided a wonderful farewell meal and showered us with gifts that included a winter coat; a dress; a home-made cookbook with personal letters; and the list goes on. [...]
Pastor James Bab is one of SPC's partners in Kiryandongo Refugee Settlement. His church is in the process of establishing a primary school for children in and around the church. The school is now serving about 450 students. SPC is helping the school construct a fence around the school (a requirement for operating a school [...]
Sekyanzi Joshua asked if we would mind posting one more thought he has regarding our work and witness in Uganda. We said no. Here's what he wrote. MB Many people think that it seems too expensive for one to fly from the States to Africa to preach the Good News of Jesus Christ when Africa [...]
No, we haven't gone back to Uganda. Not yet, anyway. (Although I am sorely tempted to.) But I wanted to let our dear supporters know that, even though we have come home, the work in Uganda goes on...thanks to their (your!) generous, faithful giving. Good Shepherd School is operated by our partners in Kiryandongo Refugee [...]