Bishop R.W.B. Elliott
About Us
Continental Breakfast                 8:30 AM
Morning Prayer                          9:00 AM
First Address                             9:15 AM
Break                                       10:00 AM
Questions & Answers              10:15 AM
Second Address                       11:00 AM
Noonday Prayers/Adjourn      12:00 Noon
Saturday September 29th
The Bishop Elliott Society sponsors
A Special Teaching Mission
September 28-29, 2018

The Most Rev. Henry Luke Orombi, D.D.
Archbishop of Uganda, Retired
Speaking on the theme
Friends and Partners in Christ”
How the Spirit Enlivens our Local Church in Global Partnership
Bishop Orombi is well known to the Diocese of West Texas from his many
visits and teaching ministry here, as well as his invitations to West Texans
to visit Nebbi. His vision for the Women’s Center in Nebbi helped catalyze
our Missions Department ministry.  With our Bishop David Reed we
welcome Dr. Orombi yet again to minister to south Texas Christians
speaking to the need of our churches to remain in lively solidarity with the
Church all over the globe.
Archbishop Orombi was educated at Bishop Tucker Theological College,
which today is known as Uganda Christian University, in Mukono, Uganda,
where he received a Diploma in Theology, and St John’s College,
Nottingham, in England, where he attained a Bachelor of Divinity degree.
Before becoming Archbishop, he was Diocesan Youth Officer in Moyo
District and Adjumani District in West Nile sub–region from 1979 until
1986. He then served as Archdeacon at Goli in Nebbi District from 1987
until 1993. From 1993 until 2003, he served as the Bishop of Nebbi
Friday September 28th
Registration begins                      5:00 PM
Dinner                                         6:00 PM
Evening Prayer                           6:45 PM
First Address                              7:00 PM
Compline                                    8:30 PM
He has become an influential leader of the Global South during the recent discussions within the Anglican
Communion and served as Archbishop of Uganda and Bishop of Kampala from 2004 until his retirement in
December 2012.