The Very Rev. Canon Dr. Rebecca Nyegenye ( PROVOST) The definition of compassion is a feeling of deep sympathy and sorrow for another who is hurting, in pain, or has misfortune and is accompanied by a strong desire to help the suffering. Jesus Christ is the greatest example of someone with true compassion. Not only[…]

ACP Update – Sunday 4th September, 2022

The ACP Team is grateful to God for His faithfulness for the Cathedral Building project, now in Phase 3 which is the completion phase. Over the COVID-19 pandemic and lockdown season, the new Sanctuary was fully plastered internally and external works for storm water drainage, paving, boundary fencing and gates were done.  Thank you, for[…]

Ebenezer – God’s Mission; Our Priority

Praise God from whom all blessings flow! All blessings flow from God, and today we are here to praise Him for those blessings. As the Bible says, “Every good and perfect gift is from above, coming down from the Father of the heavenly lights, who does not change like shifting shadows.” (James 1.17) Surely, today’s[…]

Sarah Normenyo, a mission law student from Ghana said;”The transformation of lives by God’s word and love that I have witnessed first-hand while serving as a short-term missionary three times among the ‘Dagomba’ people group, is distinct, unmistakable, and sensational.God is working tangibly to bring His “lost sheep” home.” Today we begin our Mission week,[…]

ACP Update – Sunday 14th August, 2022

The ACP Team is grateful to God for His faithfulness for the Cathedral Building project. We continue to execute works (in Lots) under Phase 3 despite the challenges that arose from the COVID-19 Pandemic and slow recovery of the sector. The new Sanctuary is fully plastered internally and external works for storm water drainage, paving, boundary fencing and gates were done. Thank you, for your[…]


By Ivan Naijuka The Archbishop of the Church of Uganda and Bishop of the Diocese of Kampala, The Most Rev. Dr. Samuel Stephen Kaziimba Mugalu and the Assistant Bishop of Diocese of Kampala, Rt. Rev. Dr. Hannington Mutebi, flagged off the Jubilee celebrations activities. The event happened at St. Andrews COU Bukoto where the clergy[…]

TEXT: NEHEMIAH 1:1-11The name “Nehemiah”, means “Comforted by God”. Nehemiah was distressed when he heard that his people living in Jerusalem were in distress (v.4). He quickly asked God how he could help. He confessed the sin of his people (v.6). Nehemiah is a hero in the sense that he trusted God in a radical[…]

TEXT: 2 SAMUEL 12:1-15The name “Nathan”, means “Gift of God”. Prophet Nathan is a hero, for he wisely and boldly confronted King David after he had fallen into sin of adultery and murder (vv.7-9). Immediately, David repented (v.13).Repentance is key for every Christian! And God is willing to forgive every sin that is repented of[…]

TEXT: 1 SAMUEL 13:8-23The name “David”, means “beloved”. King David was humble (Psalm 62:9); he revered God (Psalm 18:3); he trusted God (Psalm 27:1); he was faithful (Psalm 23:6) he was repentant (Psalm 25:11) and was called a man after God’s own heart (1 Samuel 13:14), mainly because in all his short comings, he never[…]

ACP Update For Sunday 12th June, 2022

The ACP Team is grateful to God for His faithfulness for the Cathedral Building project. Over the last twoyears we were able to continue with works (in Lots) under Phase 3 despite the challenges arising from the COVID-19 Pandemic. We made significant progress on wall finishes (plastering) and external works for storm water drainage, paving,[…]