"Egaa dhaqaa, maqaa Abbaatii fi Ilmaatti, kan hafuura Qulqulluutti isaan cubuudhaan, saba hundumaa bartoota koo godhaa" Matt. 28:19

Mission

Mission
To be a visible unity that will bear witness to the world. UOEC’s aim is to unite all Oromo Speaking Evangelical Congregations worldwide for mission by being a visible expression of the mysterious unity of believers with one another so as to be instrumental in bringing conviction to the world. Jn. 17:20, 21.
Help oromo Speaking dispora congregations and provide leadership and networking.
Our Faith
The United Oromo Evangelical Churches:
1.    Accept all the canonical books of the Old and New Testaments as the divinely inspired Word of God, and submit to these as the only infallible authority in all matters of faith and life.
2.    Recognize the three major ecumenical Creeds of the Early Church: The Apostles’ Creed; The Nicene Creed; and The Athanasian Creed.
3.    Confess in thanks giving and joy the mighty, saving history of salvation wrought by our God
4.    Accept a divinely inspired order of a ministry rightly to preach and to serve the people of God.
5.    Accept the prophetic emphasis of the whole Bible; maintain a wholistic ministry and mission, not separating body and soul.
6.    Honor a personal and communal Biblical discipline grounded in the confession of sins and absolution through God’s grace in Jesus Christ.
Objectives
1.    Foster unity between all Oromo Evangelical Churches and fellowships and establish new fellowships, wherever there is an Oromo speaking community.
2.    Encourage ecumenical relationships with other Christian churches.
3.    Create a church that actively promotes missions, Christianity as a lived faith, the inculcation of family values, which aids the inter-generational transfer of the Gospels.
4.    Serve as an advocate regarding the political, social and economic conditions of the Oromo community and develop programs to provide global assistance to Oromo people.
Strategies
A. Among our congregations and fellowship groups:
1.    Provide continuous communication between all Oromo churches.
2.    Coordinate regular local and international spiritual conference, seminars, evangelistic events of all Oromo fellowships and congregations.
3.    Coordinate consultations among and between churches.
4.    Share recommendations to enhance the ministry and life of all churches and fellowship groups.
5.    Affirm and nurture both clergy and lay people in mutually complementary calling.
B. In the Church and world at large:
1.    Carry on advocacy on behalf of the Oromo nation in both the civil and religious world
2.    Cultivate a healthy and consistent relationship with seminaries and other centers of training to ensure a well-trained pastoral and lay leadership.
3.    Obtain scholarships and higher learning opportunities for students in secondary schools, colleges, universities, institutes and seminaries.
Management and Organization
1.    UOEC Council – The UOEC Council is the supreme authority of the organization represented by member congregations around the world.
2.    UOEC Board – The Board of Directors consists of the president,vice president, treasurer and two members. The board members and their term of service are for two years.
3.    The UOEC has one coordinating office administrator, who runs and coordinate the daily business of the UOEC