Network Norwich and Norfolk > Resources > Events > Missionaries digging wells in Uganda to visit Norwich

Missionaries digging wells in Uganda to visit Norwich

Sue and Simon MorganCFWhat prompts two successful professionals to leave the UK and serve God in Uganda? You have the opportunity to ask them as they visit a Norwich church on Sunday June 2.

Sue and Simon Morgan will speak about their Christian journey in Uganda at Norwich Central Baptist Church (NCBC) on June 2 during the morning service, starting at 10.45.

Sue, together with a Ugandan water engineer named Sunday, founded the Mission 4 Water charity ten years ago. Their drilling team of young men drillers, many of whom, like Sunday, are orphans, have to date constructed 145 low cost boreholes in rural villages and institutions like schools and hospitals throughout Uganda. Each well costs £2000 to build and maintain. 
Simon has been the country leader for a charity called Mission Direct, which offer short-term overseas missions. Simon also runs Alpha courses and has assisted at a theological college. 

Steve and Kate Gaskin, members of NCBC, are hosing Sue and Simon for the weekend. Steve has worked with Simon in Uganda teaching children maths in 2015 and 2016. Steve said, "This introduction does not do justice to the work they do. They have an amazing story! Why not come along on Sunday, 2nd June and see how God has hugely moved in their lives."

Do you appreciate our service and stories?

The Network Norwich & Norfolk website has been published for over 13 years now and we have an established team of professional journalists covering the activities, organisations and churches which make up the county’s Christian community. Our whole purpose is to support that community by daily providing accurate, unbiased stories and features.

To pay for that service, we rely on our partner organisations, advertisers and readers to, in turn, support us financially. We want to keep the website free for everyone to access and continue to be able to pay for writers to produce the content you can enjoy every day.

We would like to ask you to consider supporting our work and suggest you might want to make a small regular donation of just £1 a week and become one of our 100 Friends, or a larger one-off or annual amount.

Because we are part of a registered charity we can reclaim Gift Aid on your donations if you are a tax-payer.

Click here to fill out a standing order form and to add an extra 25% for free via Gift Aid

Click below to donate instantly via a credit or debit card or Paypal

 Recommended reading 
Not rated. Write the first review or comment
Site Search

 Norfolk services........ 


Twitter-button  facebookbutton


Sign up for our
free e-newsletter

Send us your latest local news and events