The Evangelical Free Church of Salt Lake City has the privilege of striving side by side for the faith of the gospel (Phil. 1:27) with local members of the Uduk tribe of Sudan. Their native language is Twampa and they meet here every Sunday at 1:00 pm to worship God in their own tongue.
To see a video archive of past worship services, please click here (will take you to external site).
If you have any questions, would like to learn how to more specifically help the Uduk, or join them in the work of the gospel, please either call the church office (801-943-0091) or call Morris Yale, tribal elder (pictured at right), at 385-313-7592.
To learn more about the history of the Uduk people and their culture, we encourage you to join them in one of their gatherings, contact the church office or read the pages linked below.