Looking for authentic information on the founding of All Saints Cathedral. Whereas the foundation stone on All Saints reads 1938, worship life is said to have started here in 1912.
All Saints was given the name as a hospital chapel for civil servants mostly expatriates. It also had a unique administrative arrangement because it was the only worship place that was under the Church of England while the rest of what we know as church of Uganda was known as the Anglican native church. What more do you know or can correct toward succesful completion of All Saints cathedral Centenary Book?
Mission: To gather information, compile and publish a centenary book that is attractive to a across section of readers both local and international
[03/07/12] By the way I did not introduce my Self. I am Rev. Dr. Solomon Nkesiga and working with Rev. Canon Moses Isabirye and a team of Assistant Researchers on the All Saints Centenary Book. If you have any information to send to me you can use my e-mail: [email protected]
The project of the Centenary bookfor All Saints Cathedral Kampala is going on Well. We have combed a few archives and found valuable information. We are grateful to the priests who served at All Saints from 1912 to date. Those from the UK, Britain and Scotland we would be grateful if any one surviving of the names I am going to give can contact us so they can receive our personal appreciation for the scrifice of their ancestors who served Uganda and helped in establishing the firm foundations of worship at All Saints Kampala. Mr. Warren Write (1940-1)
Rev.C.H. Smith 1939-1940
Rev. F. C. Jones (1941-45)
Rev. Gwen H. Jones (1946-51) also John V.Taylor 1946
Rev. Raymond T. Harries (1946-61)
Arcdeacon Hugh Hodge 1949
Rev. Geoffrey Lester (1952-55)
Rev. Rev. D. N. W. Matten (1962-the exact period of ministry is not recorded)
Rev. Victor Ravensdale (start period not recorded-1973)
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