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Mobile Money

0706382329 or 0783423973 (in the name of Ann Nambogo)

Bank

ABSA Bank Uganda Limited

Account Name: Kampala Baptist Church

Account Number: 0341212731

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.

To know Him and make Him known

Our Ministries


Pray With Us

Global and National Concerns:

Following the celebration of valentine’s day continue to pray for healthy families in our nation, for young people in dating relationships, for purity, guidance and family support.

Pray for young people looking for work.

S.4 leavers who received results this week. Families planning the next step, families looking for schools. Pray for provision, school leadership and safe travel for day scholars.

Pray that KBC would thrive in 2024. Pray that we would live out the theme of the year; “The priority of the Kingdom”. Pray for the increased participation of church members in the ministry of the church, in mutual encouragement and in sharing the gospel in their circles of influence.

Families dealing with illness.

Families dealing with loss. Pray for the Kabiswa’s that lost a mum.

Weekly Activities

Saturday5:00pm - 6:00pmSaturday Worship Service
Sunday10:00am - 11:00amBible Study Hour
11:00am - 12:00amWorship Service
8:00am - 09:00amWorship Service
Tuesday5:40pm - 7:30pmYoung Adults Fellowship.
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

Several years ago, I watched Michael, one of my Christian friends, navigate the challenges of living in a polygamous home. The father suddenly died and as the eldest son he had the responsibility of pulling the family together. He became the strong man for everyone in their time of brokenness. He gently negotiated a plan with his siblings that ensured that aspects of traditional and ancestral worship were excluded from the burial ceremony. He protected each of the children from the excesses of the extended family. In effect, he was willing to be the bad guy to protect his siblings. The days that followed the funeral saw a family that was together like never before. He put systems in place to protect the most vulnerable the family. I have watched Michael through the years live out this metaphor of “salt of the earth”.

Is your faith shining through your interaction with others? Are you the ‘salt of the earth”?