‘ What does it mean to be saved? Is it necessary? Does it have any consequences?’ The Revd. Captain Florence A Tumwesigye posed the above questions when she was presenting a Sermon to the three [3] ASCK Congregations on Sunday 24th February 2019 on the Topic ‘You must be born again’ and focusing on [John[…]

Home Cell Guide (24th February 2019)

“Regardless of your short comings, God can still use you; what He needs is you to submit to His will.”_ Rev. Moses Ahimbisibwe May the name of the LORD be praised! The previous Sunday Rev. Moses Ahimbisibwe preached to the three (3) congregations on the topic: “Jeremiah _ Called before his birth” drawing references from[…]

“God is sovereign and that He loves and cares for people even when the events of life don’t seem to make sense.” Revd. Canon Dr. Rebecca Nyegenye Praise the Lord! The Revd. Canon Dr. Rebecca Nyegenye shared with the Cathedral Congregations on the Topic ‘Unlimited by Circumstances’ and reflecting on a Story of a young[…]

HOME CELL GUIDE (10th February 2019)

Praise the Lord God’s Children! The previous Sunday ushered us in another New Season for the Church Leadership at the Cathedral. The four (4) Cathedral Services welcomed warmly the Acting Provost the Rev. Canon Dr. Rebecca Nyegenye, the Vicar Revd. Captain David Sserunjogi [Salongo], Revd. Patrick Kamara, Mrs. Deborah Lwanga as Counsellor and the Verger[…]

“ It’s only through the weapon of prayer that human beings can be changed, groomed, matured and empowered to become what God wants them to become.” Mr. Dan Magumba The Name of the Lord be honoured – Amen. The previous Sunday, Mr. Dan Magumba Preached to the three [3] Congregations at the Cathedral and explored[…]

Praise the Lord Saints and may His name be glorified- Amen. We were honoured to have Revd. Patricia Laaki as our Preacher in the three (3) services on 20th January and she shared on the Topic “The just shall live by Faith” drawing biblical references from 1 Samuel 1:9-18; Luke 2:25-33. Revd. Patricia pointed out[…]

“Casual inquirers end up being causalities_ thus premature death” Mr. Nicholas Kisakye May the Peace of the Lord, His Love and Favour prevail over you always –AMEN. In introducing the Topic for the Sunday, i.e. ‘A Generation that seeks God’, Mr. Nicholas Kisakye emphasized that seeking God excludes Christians who are casual inquirers who unfortunately[…]

Greetings in the Name of our Lord and Saviour. The overall Theme for January 2019 is ‘Charged to raise a godly generation’ and Revd. Hillary Jaffu gave the Exposition on the above Theme for the three (3) Congregations on 6th January 2019 at the Cathedral; and drawing references from Exodus. 2:1-10 and John.21:15-17 concurrently. In[…]

May the blessings of the New Year [2019] hover on us always. Amen. The Revd. Irene Akankwasa in charge of Prayer and Intercessions at the Cathedral blessed the three Congregations on 30th December 2018 with a very thrilling Homily on the Topic ‘Transforming Power of the Word of God’ based on Isa.55:10-12 and Jn. 6:22-35[…]

“Our God is in the Business of Delivering His own people” Dr. Peter Asiimwe preached to the three [3] Congregations on the Topic Flowing in Divine Deliverance based on 2 Samuel 22:2-3 and Luke 8:26-39. He clearly specified the need for deliverance because God is in the business of delivering his own people and further[…]