The people of Uganda are some of the most resilient and creative people, but often, they lack basic resources to sustain a healthy life. For the past seven years, we have been building meaningful relationships with vulnerable communities to share the love of Christ and break the cycle of poverty. We seek to empower the gifts and talents that are already present in the communities through intentional, Ugandan led ministry.



Our Kid’s Club was formed from an immediate need for child care due to the growing number of mothers joining the Women’s Ministry in 2015. Sozo saw this need as an opportunity to further serve the village by providing bible study, devotion, and a safe place for the children to play. Now, between 200-300 kids regularly attend Kid’s Club twice a week.



The Women’s Ministry, Two for ONE Purpose, began in January 2015 with 26 women seeking a deeper knowledge of the Word of God. Today, Two for ONE Purpose has reached well over 200 women with the love of Christ and provides those who wish an opportunity for self-sustainability through jewelry making and other crafts that are sold to support these women.



The Men’s Ministry began in September of 2017 during a retreat for the Sozo boys consisting of discipleship and serving the community where the Sozo land is. The Sozo young men led worship and spent one on one time discipling, giving testimony to, and sharing the gospel with their fellow Ugandan neighbors in this village. The men of the village were invited to continue to gather each Thursday for Bible Study and discipleship led by the local pastor, Samuel. Sozo provided Bibles in their language, Luganda, and now, there over a dozen men who continue to gather weekly.

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Family-to-Family is our annual outreach ministry where our very own Sozo children have the opportunity to share the Gospel and the love of Jesus Christ to families living in some of the poorest villages in Uganda as well as provide them with everyday living essentials such as bags of salt, sugar, rice, cooking oil, bar soap, and matches each Christmas season.