It is surprising, and sometimes puzzling to Church leaders, that the New Testament nowhere provides a definitive description of the Church. Rather, the Bible speaks profusely on the nature and mission of the Church but always in models and illustrations, never in straightforward definitions. The clearest understanding can be gained from three primary images that[…]

Praise and Honor to the Holy One of Israel!! From Last Sundays Communication we are as a Nation now, entering a fifty days fast beginning 19th August to 07th October 2016. The FAST Will be Launched Friday 19th Aug. by the Vicar Rev. Canon Diana M Nkesiga assisted by Rev John Musa beginning 5:30pm with[…]

PRAYING FOR FAMILIES AND THE FUTURE OF UGANDA All the ends of the world shall remember and turn to the Lord, And all the families of the nations shall worship before You. For the Kingdom is the Lord’s, And He rules over the nations. Psalms 22:27-28. 50-DAY PRAYER AND FASTING SEASON: 19TH AUGUST – 7TH[…]

Hello, Greetings from Children’s Church. Thank you for your effort in nurturing the child/children in your care to know, love and obey God as they grow up. Deuteronomy 6:4-7 (Hear O Israel: The Lord our God, the Lord is one. Love the Lord your God with all your and with all your soul and with[…]

The Christian Women’s Fellowship (CWF) was started in Uganda in 1905 by Rev.G.K.Baskerville. It is a non-discriminatory ministry which unites all Christian Women, young, old, married, unmarried, or widowed to uphold the world wide fellowship of Christian Women in prayer, worship and service. It was started in All Saints’ in 1997. VISION. A leading Chistian[…]

The past week has been teeming with ministry planned and unplanned. Sadly there have been five funerals including the funerals of Filda Amito Olobo, Prince Stephen Karamagi one of the royals of Toro, Idah Rubabinda a retired school teacher of note, our dear Rev. Can. Fred Komunda also lost his mother, on Friday we lost[…]

ALABASTER LADIES CONFERENCE 2016 THEME: ENJOYING WOMANHOOD, PROVERBS 31 The Alabaster Ladies Conference, the name alabaster is derived from the expensive Alabaster jar that Mary bought for Jesus and poured the perfume over his head Mark 14:3, the disciples though it a waste, but Mary brought her all in response to God’s love for her.[…]

Greetings to you all in the precious name of our Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ. I am sure you have been blessed in all sorts of ways through our mission, that is ending today. We thank God for His vessels, that were used of Him mightily, the Rt. Rev. Geoffrey Rwubusisi, Mr. Nicholas Kisakye and[…]