Theological College. Pastor Nelson Wesamoya explained that the vision for the college is “the direct result of ELI’s training over several years that has impacted thousands of lives.” Their vision is an interdenominational college that trains leaders. Vicar Noah represented one diocese of the Church of Uganda and Deacon Arphaxed another. The COU is the conservative version of the Anglican Church. Bishop Francis is the top leader of the Evangelical Episcopal Pentecostal fellowship of churches in Uganda, Rwanda and Tanzania. Green Pastures, in partnership with ELI, works with hundreds of independents and various other fellowships.
Immediately after the CCI training the Don and Dave met with George Kitabula, headmaster of Green Pasture Secondary and Vocational School, Agnes Wesamoya, a key leader of Wampewo Primary School as well as some teachers. They discussed how ELI might partner with these schools to help them become “model” schools from which we can send Educational CCIs out to influence other schools. Wampewo has over 440 primary students and only 12 teachers. GPSV school has over 160 students.