Vessels of Honour is an evangelistic outreach program, operating under Amazing Grace Faith Church and currently operating in Uganda.
Our mandate is to preach the gospel through meeting the physical needs of those in need.
Our passion is to restore hope and dignity to those in need.

Our Vision

Revealing Jesus to our world.

Our Mission

To preach the gospel of our Lord Jesus Christ through providing physical aid to the world around us by:
Feeding the hungry,
Quenching the thirsty,
Housing the homeless,
Clothing the naked
Visiting the sick and those in prison, in obedience to Matthew 25:36-40

What We Do

Charity Work

Life can take unpleasant turns sometimes leaving the victims hopeless, traumatized and even depressed. With our intervention at such times, we show that there’s a God who is touched by the feelings of our infirmities. (Hebrews 4:15)
We demonstrate the heart of the Father towards His people in practical terms. Jesus, in Matthew 25:35-40 showed us that it is not enough to love in word but also in deed. In His words, He confirms to us that whatsoever good we do unto God’s people we have done unto Him. Therefore, we at Vessels of Honour have purposed to reach out to those around us whenever it hurts thereby illustrating and extending the Kingdom of heaven here on earth. We show the world that Jesus not only loves them but that He cares for them too. Remember, people will not know how much you love them until they see how much you care.

Crisis Response and Disaster relief

Natural disasters are always devastating leaving their victims in a very hopeless state to a point of questioning the love of God if there’s no timely intervention. Our response teams restore hope to the affected people and communities by being a source of physical help in form of basic needs like; food, water, shelter, clothing and medical supplies. (Matthew 6:32-32)

Jesus not only ministered to the spiritual needs of the people but he cared for their physical needs as well. Yes, He preached the gospel of the kingdom to them, healed the sick, opened blind eyes and cleansed the lepers. However, He also fed the hungry crowds and provided wine at a wedding; He ministered to their physical needs!


For I was hungry, and you gave me meat: I was thirsty, and you gave me drink: I was a stranger, and you took me in: Naked, and you clothed me: I was sick, and you visited me: I was in prison, and you came to me.
In as much as you have done it unto one of the least of these my brethren, you have done it unto me.