Members of Sisterhood in Christ International Ministries Rwanda on Monday shared a meal with patients hospitalized at Muhima health center, in Nyarugenge District ahead of the celebration of festive seasons.

The activity was organised in partnership with Sisterhood UK, Hillsong.

Led by Pastor Jackie Mugabo, the representative of Sisterhood in Christ International Ministries Rwanda, the team arrived at the center around 11:00 am.

Sisterhood UK

The visit at the health center featured interactions among members of Sisterhood in Christ International Ministries Rwanda and patients among whom the majority of patients were women.

The team prayed and preached before sharing the meal to the patients. The service made some women confess and received Jesus into their lives.

In her remarks, Pastor Mugabo encouraged the women to pray and stay faithful because Jesus Christ is able to change their lives.

Sisterhood in Christ International Ministries Rwanda is made up of born-again women and girls whose ambition is to preach the gospel of Jesus Christ and supporting the needy to change their lives for the better.

Mugabo noted that supporting is a necessity that God wants every Christian to do, adding that the Bible says that the True church cares about widows and orphans.

“Our prayers should go with works. It is a privilege to show love for the sick people. We have not shared the meal only but we also shared good news about Jesus Christ, ”she added.

According to her, this is the time believers should go out and support orphans and widows as the Bible recommends.

Also, in October 2018 Sisterhood in Christ International Ministries Rwanda in partnership with Mi Health Care UK directed by Erran Warden supported Genocide Survivors in Kinyanya sector, Gasabo district.

They donated foodstuffs, dresses and paid health insurance for over 50 people.

The team arrived at Muhima Health center

Sarah Moxom, the representative of Sisterhood UK