What people say about the choir


“We got to see the Uganda Orphan Children’s Choir at Central Valley Baptist Church in Meridian, Idaho yesterday. What a blessing! They were amazing and talented! They have set my 4-year-old daughter’s heart on fire for Africa and its people! We are so excited to be connected to such a wonderful organization that changes lives!! THANK-YOU Childcare Worldwide!”

—Will and Tiffany Forrest, Meridian, Idaho

“In my 32 years of ministry, rarely have I met a group more impressive than the Ugandan Kid’s Choir. From the moment we met the entire team we were impressed with their professionalism and manner in which they genuinely cared about our ministry and the willingness to do whatever it took to make the performance on Sunday a success.

We were equally impressed with those traveling with the choir. Their love for your ministry shone through in all that they did. The Ugandan Kid’s Choir are great ambassadors for their country and for Childcare Worldwide. Keep us in mind and prayerfully our paths will cross again in the future.”

—Charleston Farber, Senior Pastor: Center of Hope Church, Evansville, IN

“This letter is about joy. It is about the absolutely stupefying joy brought to Durham, North Carolina a few weeks ago when the Ugandan Orphans Choir graced us with their presence. These young ambassadors of goodwill and love displayed what our GOD gives to some for others to share. Not only talented (but ALSO gracious and loving) these bundles of energy and love captured our hearts. We, the members of AADE, fell head over heels in love with these precocious youngsters.”

—Dr. Chuck Davis, Artistic Director, African American Dance Ensemble Durham, NC

“We’ve hosted the Ugandan Orphan’s Choir for two consecutive years and each year was an amazing experience. These concert events were true highlights of each year. I have found Childcare Worldwide to be an exceptional organization. My experience with them has been a joy on every level. We will host the Ugandan Orphans Choir again and again without hesitation.”

—Scott Sharman, Sr. Pastor, Alsbury Baptist Church Burleson, TX

“We recently had the pleasure of hosting the Ugandan Orphans Choir for our Sunday morning services (on Palm Sunday). They were incredible! Not only did they bless our church and our congregation, but they moved our people to action as we saw many commit to support the orphaned children of Uganda. Our church was moved into worship through their ministry and came away with a deeper appreciation for what it means when we read that ‘Christ died for members of every tribe and language and people and nation.'”

Mike Weston, Northlake Community Church Bellingham, WA