To know Him and make Him known

Mission Statement

To develop individuals committed to growing in the knowledge of our Lord Jesus Christ and leading others to the same commitment, so that we can establish a biblically guided and growing community.

Our Ministries

Pray With Us

Pray for: Global/national.

¨ Tensions of war between united states and Iran.

¨ Stable weather seasons for farming and any other activities this year.

¨ Peace and harmony in this country.


¨ Ministry activities of the church for the year 2019 -2020. Financial provision.

¨ Thank God for His Provisions towards the Love Feast, Kids Rock camp and the mission in Masaka this week.

¨ Pray for the Build up team as they visit the Kasangati Prison today.

¨ Pray for our business meeting today.

¨ Thank God for the children’s camp that ended yesterday.

¨ Ministry programs of the week: Bible study groups, prayer meetings, fellowship meetings and Holiday programs.

¨ Families dealing with sickness. That the Lord will restore hope in their hearts.

¨ Families dealing with loss. Pray for Mrs. Jane Kibirige, Ms. Dorothy Lukaabwe and their family as they   grieve the loss of their mother.














































































































Weekly Activities

Saturday5:15pm - 6:15pmSaturday Worship Service
Sunday10:00am - 11:00amBible Study Hour
11:00am - 12:45amWorship Service
8:00am - 10:00amWorship Service
Wednesday5:00pm - 6:30pmYouth Fellowship for Teenagers
Thursday5:30pm - 8:00pmChoir Practice
Friday6:00pm - 7:00pmCorporate Prayer Meeting
7:00pm - 10:00pmT.G.I.F (for University Students)

Voice of the Shepherd

A story is told about a monastery where jealous and animosity had colored every relationship. A wise old Jewish rabbi was visiting and saw what was happening. In one of the meetings, he said to the monks that he had received a very important vision for the monastery. The vision was that: the messiah was among the ranks of the monks. The monks grew silent as they investigated each other’s faces. Which of them was the Messiah?

From that day on, the mood in the monastery changed. The estranged monks started talking to each other again. One by one they abandoned their anger and sought out each other’s forgiveness. They began serving each other, looking out for opportunities to assist, seeking healing and forgiveness where offence had been given.

The word soon spread about the remarkable spirit in this monastery. The place began to attract all sorts of visitors who in turn found themselves renewed and transformed. All because those monks thought that one of them was a Messiah, disguised. The Messiah was among them.

Do you know that in a real sense, the Messiah is among us? Will you relate in ways that acknowledge His presence among us?