Highlights from Kampala Chapter Thanksgiving Service

Yesterday, 24th November, 2019, sons and daughters of West Ankole Diocese, friends and well wishers working and living in Kampala and metropolitan areas came together with their Bishop, Rt. Rev. Johnson Twinomujuni and his wife, Maama Joy Twinomujuni for Christmas and End of year Thanksgiving service at St. Luke’s C.O.U Ntinda, Kampala.

The Kampala Chapter Christians were thanking God for bringing them together as members of West Ankole Diocese family and enabling them achieve a myriad of accomplishments, which include, but not limited to: 
Outreach services in their homes, ministry to the sick, conducting weddings, baptism, and housewarming functions, development projects, supporting the construction of Bishops’ house and other developments in their home Churches like buying transport means for servants, formation of Women’s fellowship, fundraising for Ankole Western University, etc

Kampala Chapter women singing during the service

The Bishop and his wife were accompanied the diocesan secretary, the Dean, diocesan Head of laity, head of clergy, treasurer, mothers’ union coordinator, planning and development officer/fathers union coordinator, and some Archdeacons.

During the service, the Bishop, who delivered the sermon preached Thanksgiving, its significance and relevance in the daily life of a Christian. He called upon the congregation to always remember to give thanks to God and fellow men for the great and simple things done in their lives.
The Bishop also launched the West Ankole Diocese Women fellowship, Kampala Chapter led by Mrs. Sufficient K. Kakira as Chairperson. The group consists of women married in WAD working & living in Kampala and surrounding areas.

The Diocesan Head of Laity, Mr. Willis Bashaasha used the opportunity to outline and highlight the developments in the diocese, which include putting in place a Five-Year Strategic Plan, strengthening the Jubilee SACCO, streamlining the process of preparing confirmation candidates by the bishop and the team, acquiring 17 acres of land for the diocese, remitting all the provincial quota, encouraging Christians to put in place transport means for their ministers, and many others.

Mr. Willis Bashaasha speaking during the service

About Kampala Chapter
The chapter was inaugurated in July 2017 as a body to cater for West Ankole Diocese Christians working and living in Kampala and metropolitan areas of Wakiso, Jinja, Mukono, etc. This would later help members get together spiritually, financially, physically, as a family.
They are coordinated by Rev. Can. Dr. John Kateeba, who works hand in hand with Lay Canon Apollo Buzaare, the Head of Laity.
To God be the Glory!

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