Phase 2 works are progressing on schedule.The ACP Team extends gratitude and blessings for all the contributions, prayers and desire to raise the sanctuary of God.
Phase 2 Goal
A. Financial Status
B. Technical Status
HAVE YOU BEEN TO THE SITE? Casting concrete for structural wallsand columns is in progress. Steel fixing continues for the 20-metre-high slanting walls. Setting out for altar area has commenced. The Cathedral Management requests for your understanding and patience as we face some inconveniences and limited parking areas, all for the good of God’s work among us.
All parishioners are encouraged to participate in project monitoring and site inspections as the works progress.Site meetings will be held every last Friday of the month at 02:30pmto meet the Contractor and Consultant to jointly review progress, share key project information and discuss any challenges encountered.
We would like to thank each one of YOU who has given more than 10 million, millions, thousands and hundreds. Your labour in NOT in vain. We introduced a new campaign called PURPLE GIDEON BAG (PGB). All purple bag collections will be considered as Gideons. Please give generously in the purple bag.
To contribute to the building of the Cathedral, you can deposit money directly on our bank accounts using the details below and on the white ACP envelopes:
Account Name: All Saints Cathedral ACP Fund
Bank: DFCU; Account numbers: 01273550356324 (UGX) and 02073573433218 (USD)
Bank: Barclays; Account number: 0341186188 (UGX)
You can also contribute to the building of the cathedral using mobile money. The steps to follow while paying using mobile money can be obtained on the Cathedral website and the secretariat office.
Today the ACP Team has chosen to honour Mothers’ Union who have closed their Gideon 3 with a total amount of 12.777.000= that was fully paid. Other groups like Fathers’ Union, Sacco, Young Marrieds and Home Cells will receive their Certificates in due course.
Thank you for your continuous giving and you know that your labour is not in vain.