our mission:​

To plant seeds of hope in an orphan’s heart by sharing the Gospel of Jesus Christ as well as lovingly support their needs and the needs of other vulnerable women and children near Jinja, Uganda.  As followers of Jesus Christ we have all had the honor and privilege of being adopted into God’s glorious family and given the gift of eternal life.   We are thankful for our adoption into God’s family and we strive to bring vulnerable women and children the word of God in hope that they too will become believers and thus adopted into God’s family.  Our goal is to ensure that as many vulnerable people as possible find a permanent home within God’s kingdom and begin their new life as a child of God.  

 God has given all believers a mandate to defend orphans, to seek  justice for vulnerable people, and to deliver them all from their wicked oppressors.  The ministries that comprise the Greater Love Ministries-Uganda have been established to help fulfill this mandate from God and to seek out orphans, women and widows in their distress.   Our goal is to plant the seeds of HOPE in their hearts, one child/women at a time.

Do not merely listen to the word, and so deceive yourselves. Do what it says.

 James 1:22 

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The Greater Love Nursery & Primary School is a Christian mixed day and boarding school located in Njeru Town Council. Our mission is to produce disciplined and self-reliant citizens.  Our slogan is "Trust God for Success". 

“Learn to do good: Seek justice, Rebuke the oppressor; Defend the fatherless, Plead for the widow.”  

Greater Love Nursery
& Primary School


Greater Love Medical Center

The Greater Love Medical Center began operation in April 2018.  It will be a small reduced-fee clinic primarily focusing on women's and children's medical needs.  The new maternity ward and 24-hour treatment facility will be open in 2020.


​Greater Love Ministries - Uganda

Calvary Orphan Outreach

The Calvary Orphan Outreach oversees the orphan care initiative for Greater Love Ministries - Uganda.  This arm of the ministry is tasked with providing care for the 21 orphans that are ages 12  to 22 years old and are in various levels of school.