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Uganda Martyrs United Church of Canada Church office at 416-652-9470
2799 Weston, North York, ON M9M 2R8
Dear Brothers and Sisters,
Prayer, simply put is talking with God. We could be praising Him (Adoration), asking for forgiveness (Confession), showing gratitude (Thanksgiving) and asking for favours (Supplication). Whatever is on your mind to pray for, you are welcome to join us on Zoom each Thursday from 9:00 p.m to 10:00 p.m starting this Thursday (May 7, 2020).
During this hour, we will be praying with and for each other. There will be opportunity for open prayer requests as well as private requests. If you have any questions please call:
Pastor Eddie Jjumba - 416 837 1790
George Ngogolo – 416 628 7094
Kareem Kaliba – 416 856 5410
Dear Brothers and Sisters in Christ
Discussion about COVID-19 is growing as confirmed cases of COVID-19 (coronavirus) continue to spread. As a church, we continue to be vigilant, prepare and help our communities of faith plan for contingencies that may or may not arise, realizing that planning ahead is a way to reduce anxiety. We urge you to respond to COVID-19 with compassion, prevention, and prayer.
We know that the people affected include not only those infected by the COVID-19 virus but also their families, friends, co-workers, and community members. We mourn with people whose loved ones have died, who have lost their livelihood through the growing economic impact, who have lost community through self-isolation and limited travel, and, who have lost a sense of security through fear of contamination or racial discrimination.
We also offer our prayers of thanksgiving for the professionals who are providing leadership in the treatment and containment of the virus. And our prayers of concern for those who put at risk their personal health to serve and support others, especially those who are most vulnerable.
As a faith community and leaders, we can familiarize ourselves with the guidelines outlined in our local and government plans ensure that people are able to seek comfort and help in recommended places. Our church will remain CLOSED until clear guidelines have been put in place by our local government.
By mirroring the compassionate presence of Christ and providing clear and specific information, we can all help to mitigate the spreading fear around COVID-19 by doing the following;
Our faithful response of compassion and prevention needs to be surrounded and guided by our continual prayer for the well-being of all people. We will keep you posted.
Stay safe, stay blessed and stay home.
Executive Director - UMUCCA
2 John 1-13 To accommodate those who deprave the doctrine of Christ injures our own orthodox witness.
Three ways of standing firm in your faith “I waited patiently for the LORD; he turned to me and heard my cry. He lifted me out of the slimy pit, out of the mud and mire; he set my feet upon a rock and gave me a firm place to stand”.
A GREAT EARTHQUAKE. No man has more religion than he can show in time of adversity. The jail was a test of the Christian character of Paul and Silas. The way they stood the test, not only exalts them as Christian heroes, but also shows what power there is in the religion of Jesus.