Project Antioch: Epiphany is Going to Uganda


Are you a committed Christian? Are you around college-age (18-24 years-old)? Are you ready to participate in the Great Commission by going to make disciples of all nations (Matthew 28:19)? Are you prepared for an adventure of growth, learning, and service? Then Project Antioch: Uganda is for you.

This June, at the invitation of the Anglican Church of Uganda and under the oversight of a missions organization called Rock the World, Epiphany taking leadership in sending a team of young adults to Uganda for a unique mission opportunity. Michael Guernsey will be leading a mission team of college-age students (18-24 years-old) to Uganda. This mission team will be made up of 8-10 American college-age students (and a couple of adult leaders) who will partner with a group of 8-10 Ugandan college-age students to do discipleship training together and to do mission work together in Uganda. This group of 18-24 year olds will be made up of Epiphany members as well as Anglicans from around the ACNA.

➢ To participate in Jesus’ command to “Go and make disciples…” (Matthew 28:19)
➢ To learn from our brothers and sisters in Uganda
➢ To grow as Jesus’ disciples
➢ To gain experience in international missions
➢ To share our gifts and talents in Uganda
➢ To partner in mission with young Anglican Christians in Uganda

The approximate dates for this are June 3 – June 25.

The online application for Project Antioch: Uganda can be found by clicking here.

For More information, contact Michael Guernsey at

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