Dear Brothers and Sisters of UCC,

 

Greetings in the name of our Lord Jesus Christ. I trust you are all well during these uncertain times.

 

I am very thankful to God that, even in the midst of this Pandemic and the restrictions it has placed on

many of our daily schedules, we are blessed to still be able to gather together physically as a body of

believers and worship Him and experience fellowship together. 

This of course is also made possible because of the absence of the student body from the campus

whose numbers would swell our ranks and make meeting more difficult (but still, with a little ingenuity,

possible). We have also moved to a more open venue ( the canteen area) with natural airflow being

guaranteed and safe physical distance as well as personal and material disinfection being exercised

(although the rain outside the walls made the sermon a little difficult to hear last Sunday). 

 

We have also begun the Chaplain's webpage and are able to upload the sermons as well as a lot of

other material. If you are reading this then of course you know this already. Please do share this

webpage location with others around you who may be finding isolation difficult for their spiritual

growth.

 

So, I do want to remind you of a few things:

 

1. If you are sick please do not attend the worship services in person and instead enjoy them from

the comfort of your home. Please also feel free to email me at any time with any concerns you may

have. This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

 

2. Right now our numbers are hovering around 15-20 people. We could safely accommodate a

maximum of 40. So, if you know of any English speakers in the Kigamboni district who would benefit

from worshipping with other Christians then please invite them (remind them to respect the

cleanliness and distance requirements).

 

Let's pray that this state of affairs will not last long and we can all return to the campus and together

give all the Glory to God Alone! 

 

Blessings,

 

Pastor Don.