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Piggery Project & Teacher Training


help us support Christian school education in uganda!

Covenant Life School is not only part of a world-wide movement that is saving souls and changing nations through Christian School Education, we also are building partnerships in specific locations.

Covenant Life Church has supported the Kiburara Gospel Center since its beginning in 1996. In addition to growing as a strong local church, the center has trained pastors and planted 19 churches. In 2011 the center started Kiburara Alpha Omega Vocational School, a predominantly boarding school serving more than 330 students with a Christian education. The average age in Uganda is around 14 years, so there is a real potential to change the nation through Christian school education.

The Alpha Omega School leaders have reached out to five nearby villages with newly opened elementary schools to build relationships and to encourage and help each other. Last summer three CLS teachers (Sara Rohr, Charlotte Deibel, and Julie Barnett) participated in the third Educator's Trip to take resources and practical knowledge to help all of these schools.

School hours run until late into the evening and the school has classes six days a week. Teachers at Alpha Omega Vocational School live on truly sacrificial wages. The needs are many, but CLS is inviting our community to partner through CLS with Alpha Omega on their Piggery Project and Teacher Training initiative. The piggery is a working pig farm that will make money to supplement and stabilize teacher salaries. The Teacher Training initiative will equip teachers to bring a biblical worldview to the students.

Click HERE for a report on the 2016 Educator's Trip.

Contribute to the Piggery Project and Teacher Training online HERE, or you can send a check to Covenant Life School. Write Alpha Omega School on the memo line.

Thank you for your support!