Shalom Brethren! Our Sunday’s topic was: The Repentant Church from 2 Chronicles 7:11-14 and Mark 1:1-8. Repentance is an expectation and a condition required by God from the Church. To repent is when you sincerely feel sorry or remorseful of your wrong doing/Sin. It is a radical turn away from sin and a complete change[…]

Shalom Brethren! Last Sunday our topic was: Setting our hearts to seek the Lord 2 Chronicles 20:1-30, Matt. 13:44-50. We seek the Lord NOT because He is lost BUT rather we are lost from him as a result of the fall of man. [Sin separated man from God]. We ought to seek the Lord while[…]

Christian greetings friends, Self-Denial was our Sunday’s topic [Daniel1:1-21, Matthew 16:24-28]. Making a deliberate decision to belong to the kingdom of God requires you to make a choice of living in a certain way. There are basics or guidelines to live peaceably in the kingdom of God e.g. friendship with the world is enmity with[…]

Home Cell Guide (Sunday 1st March 2020)

Greetings in the Name of our Lord and Saviour – Amen. On 23 rd February 2020, all the three Services at the Cathedral appreciated and thanked the outgoing Archbishop of the Church of Uganda and at the same time Diocesan Bishop for the commendable Ministry, Service and love he had shown to the Diocese at[…]

Shalom Brethren! The previous Sunday in line with the February theme; “I will build my Church”, we shared on a topic: “The Calling and Mission of the Church” [2 Timothy 4:1-8 & Matthew 28:16- 20]. The Great Commission signifies that Church isn’t supposed to live randomly, there ought to be a purporse for its existence.[…]

Praise the Lord Brethren! The previous Sunday in line with the February theme; “I will build my Church”, we shared on a topic: What is the Church [Deuteronomy 4:1-10, Matthew 16:13-20]. Defining what Church is namely; a) A community of all true believers for all time [seasons]. A community of believers refers to a Christian[…]

Because there was little or no knowledge of who He was in His ministry. Jesus struggled with the Pharisees and Sadducees who were custodians of the law who asked for minor things forgetting the major things of the kingdom. Secondly they were a political party ready to live with any government that never interfered with[…]

Brethren Shalom!!! Last Sunday we shared on the topic: There’s hope for the righteous Isaiah 40:27-31, Matthew 11:28-30. As you approach the Lord, there’s need for you to have faith and know that there’s hope for you, your family, career, business among others; The Lord took up our infirmities and carried our sorrows, you only[…]

Friends welcome to the year of our Lord 2020, this is a year of Double Restoration. I believe 2019 was such a year of Fruitfulness. As we ended 2019, we shared on two words i.e. EBENEZER AND WORSHIP. We would like to thank God for each one of you and for having opened your homes,[…]

A Blessed 2020 Brethren! In His Christmas message, The Most Rev. Stanley Ntagali on the topic: TO US A CHILD IS BORN from Isaiah 9:1-6 and John 1:1-17. Christmas should always reminds us of God’s love to the dark world; revealing His eternal love to humanity. A fulfillment of the ancient prophesy by prophet Isaiah[…]