Serve with the OP Uganda Mission
- Trip Status: Open
- Date: Year-Round
- Contact: David Robbins at firstname.lastname@example.org
- Trip Costs: Transportation, lodging, meals, other
The OP Uganda Mission (OPUM), the largest mission station in the OPC, offers many opportunities for short-term mission service, year-round!
There are many ways for a short-term visitor to serve on this field:
- Medical clinic
- Farm project
- Education outreach program
- Village evangelism
- Construction and repair projects
- Helping out in the homes of missionaries
OPUM maintains an excellent website at www.opum.org that includes an extensive and carefully detailed visitor’s handbook (Karamoja Handbook) which is must-reading for anyone interested in serving in this remote region of the world. In the Handbook, you’ll find information about the work of the mission, the application process (including visas, insurance and vaccinations), what to pack, rules for community living, local standards of conduct, and even critters and varmints!
If you are in good health and prepared to stay for at least 3 weeks of service, visit the OPUM website and learn more! Our missionaries in Uganda love the fellowship and help of short-term visitors! With advance knowledge of you and your skill set, they will determine how best to put your gifts to work to advance the goals of the mission. While there, you will learn an immense amount about the Karamojong people and culture, as well as the labors of our missionaries there.
OPUM invites you to come serve, learn, and assist in the active ministry of word and deed carried out daily in the Karamoja region of Uganda. Short-term visitors are welcome year-round!
Apply at least 2 months before you would like to arrive in Uganda. Lots of logistics to be worked out!
Click here for an application form.
Deadline for Application:
It takes a lot of effort to coordinate food, housing, projects, etc., in Uganda! Therefore, please apply at least two months before you would like to arrive, understanding that OPUM may say yes or no depending on the logistical challenges and other factors.
Rev. David Robbins
Rev. Eric Tuninga