Mission 21 is a program of the Scottish Episcopal Church. The author and another individual gave a presentation on Mission 21 when the Anglican Consultative Council met in Dundee in 1999. That presentation led to requests from several provinces for Mission 21. In February 2003 the author attended the second Consultation of Mission and Evangelism Co-ordinators in Larnaca, Cyprus, in order to meet with the Rev. Johnson Ebong-Oming, Provincial Mission Co-ordinator for the Church of Uganda to discuss bringing Mission 21 to Uganda. After a visit to Scotland, the Scottish team visited Uganda in to learn more about Uganda and introduce the Mission 21 program. The group spent their time in the diocese of Kumi in the Teso region of Uganda. "Anglicans in Kumi are large in number but their request for Mission 21 is to help them discover new ways of taking the faithful deeper into spirituality and prayer; to enable them to put deep roots down into their faith and then to put their faith into action. They also hope to explore new ways of worshipping that do not rely on the prayer book alone. While they want to maintain both the English and Ateso services they hope to develop more hymns and prayers in their local language and to encourage the wider use of native instruments but as of yet they have only just begun to explore alternatives".