is a landlocked country in East Africa whose diverse landscape encompasses the
snow-capped Rwenzori Mountains and Lake Victoria.
Harley, our Minister, visited the Reformed Presbyterian Church in Kalasa, (a village about an hour's drive north
of Kampala) in October 1997, April 2002 and
November 2006 during
trips from the UK to encourage the various new congregations
of what was a new and growing church in Uganda. The building in the pictures
below was roofed with the help of gifts from Shanklin and was subsequently
named 'The Shanklin Block'.
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The Shanklin Block at Kalasa - classrooms at
the church school that were begun in May 2002 during the visit by our
minister who took with him gifts for this work.
The building, which they
also use as a school for orphans and five classrooms, has now been built
alongside. Meetings end when it gets dark around 18:00 as there is no
electricity. Pastor Rev Martin Sebbugo and his wife Gertrude visited
Shanklin in 1996, which led us to start sending regular gifts to help with
their work and mission.
supporting the work in Uganda, and also in Malawi, Ghana and Zambia, can be
The Romans One Eleven Trust.