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UOEC 28th Council; MD;2023

Tokkummaa Waldoota Oromoo Warra Wangeelaa

Worship serv.
LV, ND 2023
LV, ND 2023
Devotion
LV, ND 2023
Memory
Pastors fellowship - Lunch - 2023
Pastors visiting, the so called sin city
UOEC Pastors Workshop 2023, LV ND

Hosted by Oromo Evangelical Church in Las Vegas in Feb. 2023

UOEC Pastors Workshop 2023, LV ND
UOEC Pastors Workshop 2023, LV ND
UOEC Pastors Workshop 2023, LV ND
Praying for those who served
Rev. Dr. Gemechu Olana - Biblical Social Justice
Morning Worship
H. Communion Serv.
UOEC President remarks
Word of God
UOEC Pastors Workshop 2023, LV ND

2023 UOEC Pastors Workshop

UOEC Pastors Workshop 2023, LV ND
LV, ND 2023

The UOEC Council on its 27th Annual meeting (July 13 – 14, 2022) elected new board members and passed a resolution:

A Call to Stop War and Atrocities in Ethiopia.

Newly Elected UOEC Board Members:

Pr.  Alamayyoo Fiixee, President

Nevada, USA

Pr. Desalegn Gabina, V. President

Ottawa, Canada

Pr. Gemechis Feyisa, Secretary

Maryland, USA

Mr. Ebasa Amesu, Treasurer

Georgia, USA

Mrs. Derartu Bucho, Member

Washington, DC USA

ABOUT

From the beginning, the primary aim of the establishment of the UOEC is to provide assistance to the Diaspora Oromo Christians in their effort to organize Christian fellowships around the world. Today there are more than forty five Oromo speaking congregation from small fellowships to five hundred members’ big congregations serving the Diaspora Oromo communities throughout Europe, North America, Australia, New Zealand and different refuges sites in Africa.  

 
The Diaspora Oromo Churches see themselves as mission posts, rooted in the tradition of pioneer evangelical church fathers and mothers like Onesimos Nasib and Aster Gano, hence committed to supporting evangelistic endeavors in their home country of origin, Oromia, as well as refuge sites like Kenya, Sudan, and Djibouti in Africa. One of the main purposes of the UOEC is to support, guide and networking these congregations that they carry out their outreach efforts effectively by pulling resources to gather.

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UOEC Council on its special session held on January 22, 2022 has passed a resolution to create UOEC-GCA.

The purpose of the creation of UOEC -GCA is save lives and help displaced, vulnerable, and marginalized Oromo people and build their economic resilience.   

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In this special session of the UOEC Council, the Board introduced the members of Global Christian in Action Ministry:

DR Haile Hirpa,  UOEC GCA President, 

Mrs. Martha Dibisa, V. President,  

Mr. Almaawu  Nagaassaa, Secretary, 

Dr. Waktasu Negeri, Member, 

Dr. Mr. Tinsae  Gemechu, Member,  

Mrs. Addise Botcho, Member, 

Rev. Alemayhu Fite, Member. 

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ACTIVITIES

2022 Pastor's Retreat

Houston, Texas

UOEC Pastors were given the opportunity to hear from, learn from, and worship with one another and worshiped together between March 17 – 19, 2022.

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23rd UOEC Council Meeting

Upcoming Events

  • 25th UOEC Annual Conference and 27th UOEC Annual Council Meeting
    25th UOEC Annual Conference and 27th UOEC Annual Council Meeting
    July 13 - 17, 2022
    July 13 - 17, 2022
    Oromo Evangelical Church in Columbus, 4888 Refugee Rd NW, Baltimore, OH 43105, USA
    July 13 - 17, 2022
    Oromo Evangelical Church in Columbus, 4888 Refugee Rd NW, Baltimore, OH 43105, USA

1901 Portland Ave. S, 
Minneapolis, MN 55404

If you wish to contact us by e-mail, phone or letter, please contact us at

UNITED OROMO EVANGELICAL CHURCHES

1901 Portland Ave. S, 
Minneapolis, MN 55404

(513) 267-2428

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