Pastor Charles is still in St Francis Hospital Nsambya Kampala and very unwell.
Scans and tests show he now has stage 4 cancer, very high blood pressure and kidney failure. He is having frequent dialysis and is due to start Chemotherapy today 10th May 2023.
His medical bills went past [...]
TEAMS’s resident Pastor Charles Ajum is seriously unwell and since the beginning of this year has been in and out of hospital in Kampala with dreadful abdominal pains and bleeding.
After tests he was diagnosed as having severe ulcerative colitis and more recently is undergoing treatment for suspected kidney failure.
TEAMS has grown up! It had its 21st birthday this year. What a lot of wonderful things have happened during its ‘childhood’. We have truly been blessed. We hope that we have managed to pass on these blessings to those in Northern Uganda who are vulnerable, [...]
It is hard to believe that TEAMS is now 21 years old and has definitely “come of age”!
During this time, we have spread the word of God to countless people, helped teach hundreds to read and write English; taught many a Skill-for-life in our vocational training centre; supported more than [...]
The cost-of-living crisis we are experiencing in the UK is being felt right around the world. Here in the UK, we are blessed to have a government which not only funds our NHS, but also is doing its best to help the most vulnerable, particularly with the soaring energy [...]
Yesterday in Sidmouth Devon, the All Saints Church crafting group held a coffee, cake and craft sale in aid of TEAMS. There were many delicious cakes to eat and some wonderful crafts (and plants) to buy. The weather was kind, the sun shone so people ventured [...]
Following the long Ugandan lock-down, TEAMS church has reopened again and our young Pastor, Charles Ajum, is growing its congregation. Adult numbers are about double the number of attendees at the beginning of 2020 with between 70 and 80 adults. We are delighted that more and more [...]
Last month, we had to say goodbye to 9 of our loyal staff; a truly harrowing experience for them and the TEAMS management Board. The Pandemic has put paid to any fundraising for TEAMS for the past 17 months and with many of our long-standing supporters finding themselves with reduced incomes, [...]