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CHRISTMAS MESSAGE
"...Fear not, for behold, I bring you good news of great joy that will
be for all the people..." Luke 2:8--18 KJV

Greetings in the mighty name of our Lord Jesus Christ. It is my prayer
that this message comes to inspire and encourage us in times of of
distress and anxiety.

Luke 2:8--18, with emphasis on vs10,Fear not for behold, I bring you
good news of great joy that will before all the people'...vs 15 when
the angles went away from from them into heaven,the shepherds said to
one another, Let us go over to Bethlehem and see this thing that has
happened, which the Lord has made known to us'...vs16 And they went
with haste and found Mary and Joseph and the baby lying in a
manger.And when they had seen it,they made known abroad the saying
which was told concerning this child .

The shepherds made known what they had heard about the child.
The world is yearning for good news for we have heard enough of the
Bad news . The world is grappling with the Covid -19 pandemic and
political upheavals. There are stormy winds blowing all through and
many people are terrified.

Condolences and sympathies to the families,relatives and friends who
have lost their loved ones due to Accidents, Covid-19 related
challenges and those who were killed in cold blood during the Riots in
November.

As we celebrate Christmas, we are experiencing such rapid increase in
Covd-19 community infections and deaths.!!!!!! I therefore encourage
you to heed the Presidential directives and the Standard Operating
Procedures as given to us by the Ministry of Health.

Isaiah envisioned a time when God would deliver the northern regions
of the promised Land and proclaimed that "For to us a child is born,to
us a son is given; and the government shall be on his shoulders, and
his name shall be called Wonderful Counselor,Mighty God, Everlasting
Father,Prince of Peace...Is.9:6....

Jesus whose birth we celebrate at this time is known to have gone
about doing good, healing the sick ,restoring hope and joy to the
destitute. It is to Him that we pray and cry earnestly to have mercy
on us to save mankind.
When we pray deeply, we discover, when we discover we recover the lost
hope, joy and glory.

It is also during this time that the Presidential aspirants are
traversing the different Districts of this country campaigning as we
look forward to the National Elections come 2021. We have had nasty
experiences of clashes of some aspirants , their supporters and the
security personnel. The nasty experience that resulted into loss of
many lives was in November when one of the presidential aspirants was
imprisoned sending his supporters rioting in several parts of this
country. Those who tested the brutality of the forces and survived,
will live to tell the story.
My appeal to the Leaders and those aspiring to become leaders is to
be inspired by the Christmas message and work for the cause of
justice,freedom and peace.

Wish you a blessed Christmas. Stay safe.

Rt. Rev. Wilberforce Kityo Luwalira.
Received my Lord Bishop.
Mukama ayinza byona
Need some help listing the following:
1. Parishes in Kazo Archdeaconry
2. Churches in each of the Parishes
Thank you.
As a bonified christian and a son of a reveland I call upon the church to come up with a conclusive statement condemning the incident were a reknown traditionist Maama Fiina and president of the witch doctors in Uganda donates to the chruch as solidality to the body of Jesus for the demolished St Peters Church - Ndeeba. Lino Joogo lyenyini. What a mockery to the church this is to the body of christ! Lets not accept to justify that God is such in a wanting state even in such a trying moments of the church christians. My Lord the Bishop of Namirembe Diocease and Your Grace the Archibishop of the Church of Uganda we should not forget how King Saul Lost his enthronement just because he spared the juicy harvests from Amalek which God had instructed him to attack and demolish. 1Samuel 15:1-12. We demand for an the church to refute the 4 Million and instruct it to be refunded with immediate effect to Maama Fiina otherwise tetwagala Joogo. Maama Fiina tetwagala Joogo, Nkiddamu tetwagala kujoogo kanisa ya Uganda era ebuna wona maama Fiina. Our God is not that weak that a self proclaimed devil worshiper comes out to donate to it. Nze owe Matugga
Church leaders..clergy..men of God..come out and castigated this syndrome in Uganda .put all leaders and stake holders at stake..it was on individuals..you kept quiet..to communities like Lusanja..you kept quiet..continued talking about Jesus..now it on Church of Christ..you speak stealthily..
Your voice is mighty..charge the government to Stop this.. it is going beyond..Government is doing it in the name of gazetted land...Buganda has done it..individuals have done it..where are we heading without any voice.. I put it on you!!!!!!!!!!!
1 Corinthians 3:17 "If anyone destroys God's temple, God will destroy that person; for God's temple is sacred, and you together are that temple."
I Love Namirembe diocese, Peace with you my Dear Bishop Kityo Luwalira

Namirembe Diocese is the mother Diocese of the Anglican Church of Uganda. It covers the Political Districts of Wakiso, Kalangala & parts of Kampala City

Operating as usual

18/08/2021

Bannange, mbalamusaako mu linnya eddungi erya Yesu Kristo Mukama waffe.
Mbadde ndowooza ku luyimba olulina ebigambo bino:
NAKOLA NNYO naye saagasbwa
Nafuba nnyo naye saawumula(334) mu Kitabo Eky'okusaba kwabantu bonna.
Nenebuuza nti eyakola ennyo natagasibwa yali
akola ki era yafuubiranga mu ki mwatafuna kuwummula???
Mu mwaka mwetukubirizibwa okugasa n'okutambulira mu kkubo Katonda lyatulungamizaamu(Isaaya 48:17), munnange okola ki mwotagasibwa era biki byokola nga temuli kiwummulo??
Mu mirimu n'ebikolebwa ebingi munsi muno ,kitukakatako okukola omulimu Yesu gweyayogerako mu Yokaana 6:28.( Okukkiriza oyo Katonda gweyatuma munsi.)
OGWO MULIMU MUKULU NNYO.
Akkiriza Yesu mu mazima, byakola bigasa era okufuba kwe tekuba kwa bweerere. Era newankubadde atoba nensi ekooyesa naye avumbula ekyama ekye mirembe n'okuwummula okuli mu Yesu (Matayo 11:28.)
TUSABIRAGANE.
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Bannange, mbalamusaako mu linnya eddungi erya Yesu Kristo Mukama waffe.
Mbadde ndowooza ku luyimba olulina ebigambo bino:
NAKOLA NNYO naye saagasbwa
Nafuba nnyo naye saawumula(334) mu Kitabo Eky'okusaba kwabantu bonna.
Nenebuuza nti eyakola ennyo natagasibwa yali
akola ki era yafuubiranga mu ki mwatafuna kuwummula???
Mu mwaka mwetukubirizibwa okugasa n'okutambulira mu kkubo Katonda lyatulungamizaamu(Isaaya 48:17), munnange okola ki mwotagasibwa era biki byokola nga temuli kiwummulo??
Mu mirimu n'ebikolebwa ebingi munsi muno ,kitukakatako okukola omulimu Yesu gweyayogerako mu Yokaana 6:28.( Okukkiriza oyo Katonda gweyatuma munsi.)
OGWO MULIMU MUKULU NNYO.
Akkiriza Yesu mu mazima, byakola bigasa era okufuba kwe tekuba kwa bweerere. Era newankubadde atoba nensi ekooyesa naye avumbula ekyama ekye mirembe n'okuwummula okuli mu Yesu (Matayo 11:28.)
TUSABIRAGANE.
+ [email protected] Namirembe.

30/07/2021
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16/06/2021

Rise in Glory, Bishop Benon Magezi of North Kigezi Diocese!

The Most Rev. Dr. Stephen Samuel Kaziimba, Archbishop of the Church of Uganda, regrets to announce the untimely death of the Rt. Rev. Benon Magezi, Bishop of North Kigezi Diocese. Bishop Magezi died on 15th June after a short illness. Burial arrangements are still pending.

Bishop Benon Magezi was consecrated and enthroned as Bishop on 8th January 2017 at Emmanuel Cathedral, Kinyasano, Rukungiri. He had recently launched a major fundraising campaign to expand the Cathedral and the church’s ministry in the Diocese.

Bishop Benon Magezi grew up in a Christian home and attended church regularly with his family. During a Mission Sunday at his local church in 1981, he received Jesus Christ as his personal Lord and Saviour and was born again. The following year he left teaching and began full-time ministry as a parish youth worker.

Prior to his election as Bishop, he served as Diocesan Treasurer of North Kigezi Diocese, and in many parishes. He was ordained a deacon in December 1991 and a priest the following year. He earned a Bachelor of Divinity from the Bishop Tucker School of Divinity and Theology at Uganda Christian University, Mukono, in 2009, having earned both a Certificate and Diploma in Theology from Bishop Barham Theological College in 1990 and 1998, respectively.

He is survived by his wife, Gladys and their five children.

“Precious in the sight of the Lord is the death of his Saints.” (Ps 116.15)

Rise in Glory, Bishop Benon Magezi of North Kigezi Diocese!

The Most Rev. Dr. Stephen Samuel Kaziimba, Archbishop of the Church of Uganda, regrets to announce the untimely death of the Rt. Rev. Benon Magezi, Bishop of North Kigezi Diocese. Bishop Magezi died on 15th June after a short illness. Burial arrangements are still pending.

Bishop Benon Magezi was consecrated and enthroned as Bishop on 8th January 2017 at Emmanuel Cathedral, Kinyasano, Rukungiri. He had recently launched a major fundraising campaign to expand the Cathedral and the church’s ministry in the Diocese.

Bishop Benon Magezi grew up in a Christian home and attended church regularly with his family. During a Mission Sunday at his local church in 1981, he received Jesus Christ as his personal Lord and Saviour and was born again. The following year he left teaching and began full-time ministry as a parish youth worker.

Prior to his election as Bishop, he served as Diocesan Treasurer of North Kigezi Diocese, and in many parishes. He was ordained a deacon in December 1991 and a priest the following year. He earned a Bachelor of Divinity from the Bishop Tucker School of Divinity and Theology at Uganda Christian University, Mukono, in 2009, having earned both a Certificate and Diploma in Theology from Bishop Barham Theological College in 1990 and 1998, respectively.

He is survived by his wife, Gladys and their five children.

“Precious in the sight of the Lord is the death of his Saints.” (Ps 116.15)

03/06/2021

The Archbishop in a group photo after the Commemoration of the Uganda Martyrs scientific prayer day 2021

The Archbishop in a group photo after the Commemoration of the Uganda Martyrs scientific prayer day 2021

Photos from Namirembe Diocese's post 03/06/2021

ARCHBISHOP PRAYS FOR NEWLY SWORN INN ANGLICAN MEMBERS OF PARLIAMENT. Archbishop has prayed for the newly sworn inn members of parliament and these included the new Speaker of Parliament Hon. Jacob Olanya.
The Archbishop has prayed for them to go and be good ambassador of the Anglican Church by legislating with God’s guidance.

Photos from Namirembe Diocese's post 03/06/2021

UGANDA MARTYRS DAY SCIENTIFIC PRAYERS NAMUGONGO 3RDJUNE 2021.
Dr. John Mitala-The head of public service commission represented the President of the republic of Uganda Gen.Yoweri Kaguta Museveni.
In the president’s speech he thanked the Church of Uganda for allowing commemorating the martyrs’ day in a scientific way and for observing the SOPs.
The president also thanked every body who have contributed and those who are continuously contributing towards the contribution of the development of the Anglican Martyrs shrine. On behave of government, the president ha pledged to always work hand in hand for the development of the Anglican Martyrs shrine.
The president has warned the general public on social media sensationalism on the Covid-19 pandemic.

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UGANDA MARTYRS DAY SCIENTIFIC PRAYERS NAMUGONGO 3RD JUNE 2021.
Bishop Wilberforce Kityo Luwalira the preacher of the day has urged Christians to give their lives to Jesus Christ in order to have it again in heaven. He has encouraged Christians to always be strong and bold in this challenging evil society by challenging every challenging challenge like corruption, hatred, Nepotism, rampant killing in our country etc.
The Bishop has told the Christians always to take precautionary measures, which are put, in place by the leadership of this government and ministry of heath in order to curb the spread of the deadly Corona virus.
The Bishop has also reminded the congregation that we should remember when we accept Jesus Christ through our baptism, we die and we are buried with Him and rise again to the life he came to give us.

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UGANDA MARTYRS DAY SCIENTIFIC PRAYERS NAMUGONGO 3RD JUNE 2021.
Today the Anglican Church of Uganda has celebrated 135 years ever since the 25 Uganda Martyrs were butcherd at Nakiyanja-Namugongo by the orders of Kabaka Mwanga the 2nd.
The youth serving in the Kabaka’s Palace were forced to either renounce their faith in Christ or be killed!
Even though they were killed, they chose life! Though they were young, they knew the truth of Jesus’s promise, “I have come that they may have life, and have it to the full”. (John10: 10b)
While addressing the congregation, the Archbishop has thanked the government of Uganda for the support they have rendered towards the development of the Anglican shrine.
He has also encouraged fellow pilgrims to always come with their children to this historical site.”There is a lot to see and experience-the spring well, the museum core sites and other areas within the complex. it is a great family outing and an opportunity to get acquainted with the wealth of knowledge as we transform the place together. Our children need to know that it was the youth -their age mates who paved the way for the gospel to take root in Uganda and to flourish.
The Archbishop has reminded the congregation that this year the Province of Uganda is celebrating 60 years of self-governance. He has called upon 1 million Ugandans to contribute 60,000/= each as a love gift for the commemoration of the 60 years of self-governance. The contributions will support the province in paying the debt they have for the Church House.

03/06/2021
01/06/2021

WE STAND WITH YOU GEN. KATUMBA IN PRAYERS.

We received the terrible news of your attempted assasination this morning during our morning devotion. We were shocked.
We are deeply saddened by death of your beloved daughter who lost her precious life and the driver during this tragedy.

We know that what you are going through right now is very difficult for anyone of us to understand. We thank God whose amazing grace protected you and may our prayers heal and ease you through this extremely difficult time. Quick recovery Gen. From the injuries sustained.

WE STAND WITH YOU GEN. KATUMBA IN PRAYERS.

We received the terrible news of your attempted assasination this morning during our morning devotion. We were shocked.
We are deeply saddened by death of your beloved daughter who lost her precious life and the driver during this tragedy.

We know that what you are going through right now is very difficult for anyone of us to understand. We thank God whose amazing grace protected you and may our prayers heal and ease you through this extremely difficult time. Quick recovery Gen. From the injuries sustained.

24/05/2021

Bishop Wilberforce Kityo Luwalira in a group photo after the installation of Ven. Canon John Gitta Kavuuma as 7th Archdeacon of Entebbe Archdeaconry.

Bishop Wilberforce Kityo Luwalira in a group photo after the installation of Ven. Canon John Gitta Kavuuma as 7th Archdeacon of Entebbe Archdeaconry.

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INSTALLATION OF VEN. CANON JOHN GITTA KAVUUMA AS 7TH ARCHDEACON OF ENTEBBE ARCHDEACONRY.

Owek. Luwagga Mugumbule- the speaker of Buganda Kingdom who represented the Katikiro of Buganda has pledged on behalf of Buganda Kingdom that Buganda Kingdom will work hand in hand for the development of the Archdeacon.
Ven. Canon John Gitta Kavuuma is replacing the Very Rev. Canon Jonathan Kisawuzi Ssalong who is now the Dean of S. Paul’s Cathedral Namirembe.

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INSTALLATION OF VEN. CANON JOHN GITTA KAVUUMA AS 7TH ARCHDEACON OF ENTEBBE ARCHDEACONRY.
Ven. Canon John Gitta Kavuuma thanked Bishop Wilberforce Kityo Luwalira for entrusting him by appointing him to be the Archdeacon of Entebbe Archdeaconry and for choosing him as a Canon of St. Paul’s Cathedral-Namirembe.
He thanked the past Archdeacons of Entebbe Archdeaconry for their tremendous work they did for the development of the Archdeacon. These included; Rev. Canon Eccles Ssenoga, Ven Canon Daudi Sserubidde, Ven. Canon Silas Musoke, Ven Canon Augustine Musiwufu Magala, Ven. Can Henry Ntulume, Ven. Can Jonathan Kisawuzi.
He said that he will focus his service on Mathew 28:19…Therefore go and make disciples of all nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father and of the Son and of the Holy Spirit, and teaching them to obey everything I have commanded you. And surely I am with you always, to the very end of the age.”

Photos from Namirembe Diocese's post 24/05/2021

VEN CANON JOHN GITTA KAVUUMA INSTALLED AS THE 7TH ARCHDEACON OF ENTEBBE ARCHDEACONRY.
Bishop Wilberforce Kityo Luwalira yesterday presided over the installation of Venerable Canon John Gitta Kavuuma in a colorful service at St. Mark Church of Uganda-Namatte.
The Bishop told Canon Gitta to always preach and convert many to Christ and also to teach them how to profit. The Bishop told the newly installed Archdeacon to go and tell the congregation to come and work together in order to build God’s Kingdom.
He added that in Canon Gitta in his capacity as an Archdeacon as well as being a Canon with unwavering commitment to be a major stakeholder in the policy making to harmonies the relationship between Church and the congregates of Entebbe with a background of a mixed culture and differing norms of the society.

19/04/2021

Bishop Wilberforce Kityo Luwalira in a group photo after the installation of Ven. Canon Moses Banja as the 6th Archdeacon of Luzira Archdeaconry.

Bishop Wilberforce Kityo Luwalira in a group photo after the installation of Ven. Canon Moses Banja as the 6th Archdeacon of Luzira Archdeaconry.

Photos from Namirembe Diocese's post 19/04/2021

INSTALLATION OF VEN. CANON MOSES BANJA AS THE 6TH ARCHDEACON OF LUZIRA ARCHDEACONRY.
Owek. Luwagga Mugumbule-the speakeker of Buganda Kingdom-who represented the Katikiiro of Buganda has pledged on behalf of Buganda Kingdom that Buganda government will work hand in hand for the development of the Archdeacon.
Ven. Canon Moses Banja was the of the staff of Namirembe Cathedral and also the Diocesan Human Resource Officer.Ven Canon Moses Banja is replacing Ven. Canon Isaac Membe Kijjambu who is now the Archdeacon of Mengo Archdeaconry.

Photos from Namirembe Diocese's post 19/04/2021

Canon Moses Banja pledged to spread the gospel to all parts of the Archdeaconry and beyond with the help of the Lord. He added that he will be a good team leader who will led the team to see that all development projects in various parishes that the past Archdeacons started are successfully finished.
He added that he is going to start an online service for the children (Online Children’s Service) who have not yet been allowed to come back to church because of the COVID-19 pandemic.

Photos from Namirembe Diocese's post 19/04/2021

INSTALLATION OF CANON MOSES BANJA AS THE 6TH ARCHDEACON OF LUZIRA ARCHDEACONRY.
Bishop Wilberforce Kityo Luwalira yesterday presided over the Installation of Ven. Canon Moses Banja as the 6th Archdeacon of Luzira Archdeaconry.
The Bishop told Canon Moses Banja to always put God first in everything is planning to do because God is the Alpha and the Omega . The Bishop thanked the past Archdeacons for their contribution towards the development of the Archdeacon.The Bishop urged Christians to work hand in hand with the new Archdeacon so that they can realize more developments in the Arcdeaconry.

04/04/2021
04/04/2021
03/04/2021

Rest in perfect peace Archbishop Cyprian Kizito Lwanga. Yesterday was our last engagement with you when you led us during the Ecumenical Public Way of the Cross. We celebrate your life.

Rest in perfect peace Archbishop Cyprian Kizito Lwanga. Yesterday was our last engagement with you when you led us during the Ecumenical Public Way of the Cross. We celebrate your life.

Photos from Namirembe Diocese's post 02/04/2021

BOYS' AND GIRLS' BRIGADE BRASS BAND LEADS ECUMENICAL PUBLIC WAY OF THE CROSS.

The smartly dressed members of 1st Mengo Company Boys and Girls Brigade Brass Band led the ecumenical Public Way of the cross. They guided the walk by leading and playing Church band music.

We thank the brass band members for the commitment to serve God. We pray for God's blessings to the band so that it continuos to grow from strength to strength.

To God be the glory for the great things He has made.

Photos from Namirembe Diocese's post 02/04/2021

PRAYING FOR MISSION HOUSE WORK.

Special prayer was made so that God oversees the completion of the Mission House which is under construction by Namirembe Diocese.

The prayer was made during the 2nd stop over of the Ecunemical Public Way of the Cross at the main entrance of the Church of Uganda Secretariat. Since mission is the heart of the Church, they prayed for God's provision, wisdom and blessings to have the Mission House completed within the planned period of time.

Photos from Namirembe Diocese's post 02/04/2021

CHRISTIANS EMBRACE ECUMENICAL PUBLIC WAY OF THE CROSS 2021.

The Archbishop of the Church of Uganda His Grace Dr. Stephen Kaziimba Mugalu joined by the Chairman of Uganda Joint Christian Council (UJCC) His Grace Archbishop Dr. Cyprian Kizito Lwanga and the Bishop of Namirembe Diocese THe RT. Rev. Wilberforce Kityo Luwalira as well as representatives from the Orthodox Church have led Christians to a Public Way of the Cross under the theme "I have come in order that you might have life- life in all it's fullness" (John 10:10).

The Public Way of the Cross is the journey made in the Holy Spirit, that divine fire which burned in the heart of Jesus (Lk. 12, 49-50) and brought him to Calvary. This year's way of the cross has attracted small numbers due to the existence of covid-19 pandemic and these are members of the Church of Uganda, Catholic and Orthodox Church who subscribe to UJCC.

The way of the cross started at the residence of the Bishop of Namirembe to St. Paul's Cathedral Namirembe with various stop overs for prayer.

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