Is Uganda on your Bucket List?

If going on a mission trip to Uganda is on your bucket list, NOW is the time to take that step! Or maybe you have already experienced the life change that happens on a 410 Bridge Haiti or Kenya trip and you are ready to go again, but now to Uganda.

Fall is a great time to experience another part of the world while serving the Lord.
The 410 Bridge is offering an open trip* to Kaihura, Uganda November 6 – 15, 2014.  Kaihura is home to the 2013 Daraja Children’s Choir.
We are looking for a few interested men and women, and even families who want to be challenged, stretched, and blessed as you say “yes” to God’s invitation to join Him in touching hearts and souls for Christ.

If you are interested or have any questions, please feel free to email Amy Todd at amy@410bridge.org.

Click here to register

* An “Open Trip” is open to individuals who have the call to serve, but are not connected with a church, school, or other organization already serving through The 410 Bridge.  These trips are led by a dedicated, trained 410 Bridge approved leader, but made up of individuals from all over who come together as a team. Our US and in-country staff will work closely to build an itinerary that addresses the needs identified by the community while utilizing the unique gifts within the team.

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