Mission in Rwanda
Through Tearfund partner AMU, Moira Presbyterian Church are helping to enable the Church and Community Mobilisation Process (CCMP) within communities across Rwanda.
Moira Presbyterian Church have entered into a partnership relationship with Rugarama Presbyterian Church. Over three years this partnership will be helping to provide support to the local church as they mobilise their resources through initiatives like Savings and Credit Groups who will be an essential part of enabling socio-economic transformation.
Rev Marie Louise Ingabire is the pastor at Rugarama Presbyterian Church.
Please pray that:
- The work will bring holistic change to members of Rugarama Presbyterian Church
- Rugarama Church will be salt and light within its community and that people will turn back to God because of what they are doing there.
Pictures of first class sewing graduation on Sunday 28 January 2018
The banner says ‘Together as Moira Presbyterian Church, Tearfund, Mwanukundwa and Rugarama Parish we will achieve more.’
Rwanda is a landlocked East African country whose green, mountainous landscape has earned it the nickname ‘land of a thousand hills’. It is renowned Volcanoes National Park is home to mountain gorillas and golden monkeys. Bordering Congo and Uganda, the park encompasses 4,570m tall Mount Karisimba and four other forested volcanoes.
Size: 10,169 square miles – Northern Ireland is 5,345
Population: 12m – NI has 1.8m
Capital: Kigali, with a population of 1 million
Language: Kinyarwanda, French & English
Currency: Rwandan Franc
Time zone: +1hr GMT
Religion: Approx. 90% Christianity & 5% Muslim
President: Paul Kagame