Saturday, May 30, 2009

Make a Fundraising for the Church

Make Fundraising for the Church

Make your Fundraising to the Church
We welcome you to the worship of God through the liturgy of the Anglican Church.Like the early Church (Acts 2:42), we meet each Sunday to celebrate the Holy Eucharist.Eucharist means “thanksgiving” and refers to the thanks we give to God for the gift of life, for the continuing presence of the Holy Spirit, and most of all, for the resurrection of our Lord Jesus Christ.


If you are able or wish to donate to this beautiful, historic church please contact us at Financial Committe is responsible for Funds of our Church and will be able to provide all details required.We thank you for your kind donation!

Why think of St. Luke's Church is' Anglican Church Morpeth when making your Will?When making your Will you remember your family, your friends and people or organisations that have made an important and rewarding influence on your life. It is a time that you can repay kindness, support upbringing or offer thanks. If you chose to remember St. Luke's Church in your Will you could be confident that your decision would assist in the continued financial support of the Parish, and that by being held in trust with the Parish of Newcastle your bequest would make a difference to the future income and the continuing ministry of St. Luke's Church Kagadi. Different types of bequests are available to suit your particular Estate structure. These may be discussed in detail with your Solicitor but include:

A Specific Amount

This is the most common form of bequest. You allocate an amount of money to be given to a beneficiary, such as
St. Luke's Church Kagadi. While this is a simple model it is advisable to review this amount each time you renew your Will to allow you to adjust it in accordance with the changing value of your estate.

A Percentage of your Estate

You may wish to simply allocate your estate by percentages to your benefactors, larger percentages for your family members and smaller ones for institutions such as St. Luke's Church Kagadi. The advantage of this type of bequest is that you do not need to know what your estate is worth.

Specific ItemYou may have a portfolio consisting of property, shares, insurances and the like. By organising your Will with a Solicitor you would be able to allocate a specific asset from your estate to be left to any benefactor, including

St. Luke's Church KagadiBy remembering St. Luke's Church Kagadi Morpeth in your Will, you can make a permanent difference.Legal institutions recommend that all adults make a Will and that it be updated in intervals not exceeding five years.

Wednesday, May 27, 2009

Bunyoro-Kitara Diocese - Bishop Messages

BISHOP Kyamanywa Calls for Peace

The Lord Bishop of Bunyoro-Kitara Diocese Rt. Rev. Nathan Kyamanywa Ateenyi has calledupon Christians and the Community in Kibaale District to be calm, and always work for Peace instead of creating domestic violence between the Banyoro and Bakiga in Kibaale.

He says peace should be one of the major issue that should be focused on in order to bring development in the area. He refered to the Bible Haggai 1:1-9.

He says that everyone should watch his/her ways, on how you get what you have i.e. clothings, houses, vehicles, cattle e.t.c. He encouraged people to work for them selves but not waiting for others to give them. "Poeple should be like Paulo in the Bible who knew God and beleaved in him and was successful. 1Timothy 6:6-8-9 and 1Colithians 6:19-3-16

The Lord Bishop Kyamanywa and Peace Kyamanywa recieving envelop from the Youth Chairperson Mr. Nathan Kunihira Ateenyi and his Vice Chairperson Mrs. Mbabazi Immeridah Akiiki while the Cap. Eric Twine watch. This was during the Bishop's visit to St.luke Church Kagadi on Sunday 13.Sept. 2009.

Bishop Kyamanywa and Peace Kyamanywa

recieving the Envelop from the Youth Chairperson

Christians go for Holy Comminion

Bishop giving summony

Bishop conferming the new in Christ Christians

Sparrows Gospel Choir participating during the Bishop's function

Christians welcoming the Bishop to St. Luke's Church

Bishop after arriving at St. Luke's Church

Bishop Entering the Church for the Service

Christians waiting for the Bishop

Way to St. Luke's Church

Monday, May 25, 2009

Church News Department



A total of 821 followers of the Faith of Unity, a religious cult, have denounced their sect and crossed to the Anglican Church since the beginning of this year.

The cult, founded by Owobusobozi Bisaka in the 1980s, encourages people to abandon their religions. During a recent crusade in Muhorro Town in Kibaale District, which was organized by the Bunyoro-Kitara Diocese, many people abandoned the cult.

Receiving the Christians on Sunday at Kyabaranzi Parish, the Bishop of Bunyoro-Kitara Diocese, Nathan Kyamanywa Ateenyi hailed them, saying they had made a wise decision.

“This is what the Lord God told us. What one lost sheep is found, the owner jubilates. As the Anglican Church, we are very pleased” he said.

The Bishop said the function was not organized to condemn the former believers of the Faith of Unity but to welcome them back.

Kyamanywa asked Christians to cherish peace and cautioned them against wandering from one religion to another. He appealed to leaders to stop misleading people, citing those encouraging people to encroach on forest reserves, yet they know it is illegal.

Kyamanywa told the congregation to remain calm, saying mechanisms were in place to resolve the tribal impasse in Bunyoro.

Quoting the Biblical Hagaai, Bishop Kyamanywa challenged Christians to examine the source of their wealth and told them to watch their lifestyles.

He criticized the rampant corruption that has infected Uganda and asked Christians to work hard to eliminate it.

The returnees who talked to the St. Luke’s C.O.U Newsletter said the Unity being professed by the faith of Unity was not practiced.

Mary Nyangoma said the 20 years she spent in the cult were wasted because she did not experience anything new as she expected.

Another returnee, John Biryomumaiso, said the cult promoted divisionism even among people of the same clan or family.

“If your brother who does not belong to the cult invites you to a party, you are not allowed to attend,” Biryomumaiso said.

George Omukwenda, the cult leader of Kapyemi in Muhorro Sub County, refused to talk to the press because he had lost a huge number of followers.

Question: "Is there life after death?"


The existence of life after death is a universal question. Job speaks for all of us by stating, “Man born of woman is of few days and full of trouble. He springs up like a flower and withers away; like a fleeting shadow, he does not endure....If a man dies, will he live again?” (Job 14:1-2, 14). Like Job, all of us have been challenged by this question. Exactly what happens to us after we die? Do we simply cease to exist? Is life a revolving door of departing and returning to earth in order to eventually achieve personal greatness? Does everyone go to the same place, or do we go to different places? Is there really a heaven and hell?

The Bible tells us that there is not only life after death, but eternal life so glorious that “no eye has seen, no ear has heard, and no mind has imagined what God has prepared for those who love him” (1 Corinthians 2:9). Jesus Christ, God in the flesh, came to the earth to give us this gift of eternal life. “But he was pierced for our transgressions, he was crushed for our iniquities; the punishment that brought us peace was upon him, and by his wounds we are healed” (Isaiah 53:5). Jesus took on the punishment that all of us deserve and sacrificed His life to pay the penalty for our sin. Three days later, He proved Himself victorious over death by rising from the grave. He remained on the earth for forty days and was witnessed by thousands before ascending to heaven. Romans 4:25 says, “He was delivered over to death for our sins and was raised to life for our justification.”

The resurrection of the Christ is a well-documented event. The apostle Paul challenged people to question eyewitnesses for its validity, and no one was able to contest its truth. The resurrection is the cornerstone of the Christian faith. Because Christ was raised from the dead, we can have faith that we, too, will be resurrected. The resurrection of Jesus Christ is the ultimate proof of life after death. Christ was only the first of a great harvest of those who will be raised to life again. Physical death came through one man, Adam, to whom we are all related. But all who have been adopted into God's family through faith in Jesus Christ will be given new life (1 Corinthians 15:20-22). Just as God raised up Jesus' body, so will our bodies be resurrected upon Jesus' return (1 Corinthians 6:14).

Although we will all be eventually resurrected, not everyone will go to heaven. A choice must be made by each person in this life, and this choice will determine one’s eternal destination. The Bible says that it is appointed for us to die only once, and after that will come judgment (Hebrews 9:27). Those who have been made righteous by faith in Christ will go into eternal life in heaven, but those who reject Christ as Savior will be sent to eternal punishment in hell (Matthew 25:46). Hell, like heaven, is not simply a state of existence, but a literal place. It is a place where the unrighteous will experience never-ending, eternal wrath from God. Hell is described as a bottomless pit (Luke 8:31; Revelation 9:1) and a lake of fire, burning with sulfur, where the inhabitants will be tormented day and night forever and ever (Revelation 20:10). In hell, there will be weeping and gnashing of teeth, indicating intense grief and anger (Matthew 13:42).

God takes no pleasure in the death of the wicked, but desires them to turn from their wicked ways so that they can live (Ezekiel 33:11). But He will not force us into submission; if we choose to reject Him, He accepts our decision to live eternally apart from Him. Life on earth is a test, a preparation for what is to come. For believers, life after death is eternal life in heaven with God. For unbelievers, life after death is eternity in the lake of fire. How can we receive eternal life after death and avoid an eternity in the lake of fire? There is only one way—through faith and trust in Jesus Christ. Jesus said, “I am the resurrection and the life. He who believes in me will live, even though he dies; and whoever lives and believes in me will never die...” (John 11:25-26).

The free gift of eternal life is available to all. “Whoever believes in the Son has eternal life, but whoever rejects the Son will not see life, for God’s wrath remains on him” (John 3:36). We will not be given the opportunity to accept God’s gift of salvation after death. Our eternal destination is determined in our earthly lifetimes by our reception or rejection of Jesus Christ. “I tell you, now is the time of God's favor, now is the day of salvation” (2 Corinthians 6:2). If we trust the death of Jesus Christ as the full payment for our sin against God, we are guaranteed not only a meaningful life on earth, but also eternal life after death, in the glorious presence of Christ.

Have you made a decision to receive Jesus Christ as Savior because of what you have read here? If so, please click on the "I have accepted Christ today" button below.

Praise the Lord!

Dear website users, thanks so much for utilising this site, I hope you find it interesting for you. This section is used for gathering news of the Church and other related news. As we know, Information is very important in today's society, people need to be aware of what's going on in the world and particulary in your local area, Church, your home country and the whole world at large. So we are incouraging our website users to send us news as you also read and get informed.

You can reach us with news using the below Contact address:

For Post Office

St. Luke's Church of Uganda - Kagadi Town Parish
P.o. Box 5 Kagadi
Kagadi Town Council
Kibaale District
Mid - Western Uganda.
East Africa.
Tel. +256 783 898 483

For online news write to us on our email address

BY News Department

Saturday, May 23, 2009

Web Master - Jackson Tumusiime


Welcome to Jesus's Ministries

Jackson Tumusiime the Web designer wishes you a nice time with
Christ and let all serve him accordingly.
Praise Lord!

Well I am Jackson Tumusiime, I accepted Jesus Christ to be my personal saviour on 15/05/2008. But since that time I have never regreted I accepted to follow him and work for him. He has done miracles in my life. He has got for me friends who atleast who can share with me care about me. To me God is great, when I pray to him he answers my prayers.

Remember he said let not your heart be troubled; yah believe in God, believe also in me. In my Father's house are many mansions; If it were not so I would have told you. I go to prepare a place for you, and after I will come again and recieve you unto myself and you will be there with me in my Father's house.

St. Lukes' Church of Uganda - Kagadi Town Parish website with it's domain name called and St. Luke's United Youth Development Alliance and is a the site of the above mentioned Church and it's main puporse is to help and support the Jesus Christ's Ministries seeks to glorify the Lord Jesus Christ by providing Biblical, applicable, and timely answers to spiritually-related questions through an internet presence."

St. Lukes Church of Uganda - Kagadi Town Parish is a volunteer ministry of dedicated and trained servants who have a desire to assist others in their understanding of God, Scripture, salvation, and other spiritual topics.

We are Christian, Protestant, conservative, evangelical, fundamental, and non-denominational. We view ourselves as a para-church ministry, coming alongside the church to help people find answers to their spiritually related questions. We will do our best to prayerfully and thoroughly research your question and answer it in a Biblically-based manner.

It is not our purpose to make you agree with us, but rather to point you to what the Bible says concerning your question. You can be assured that your question will be answered by a trained and dedicated Christian who loves the Lord and desires to assist you in your walk with Him.

Our writing staff includes pastors, Youth, missionaries, Biblical counselors, Bible/Christian College students, Seminary students, and lay students of God's Word. All of our answers are reviewed for Biblical and theological accuracy by our Church staff. May God richly bless you as you seek to study His Word and grow in your walk with Him! (Romans 11:36)
Thanks so much
God Bless you all.

Wednesday, May 20, 2009

Photo Albums

Sparrows gospel Choir on Stage
at the Crussade

Praise and worship team/choir on stage
during the crussade

Crowed of people praying at the crussade
after preaching

Crowed of people listening to the gospel
at the Crussade

Archdeacon and some of the Youth from
Kenya dancing at the Crussade

Some of the group of Youth from Kenya
at the Crussade

Crowed of people on Crussade

Archdeacon Preaching on the Crussade

Superior Ambassadors drama group

Rev. Cap. Eric Twiine Amooti and his wife arriving
at St. Luke's c.o.u Parish. He is the first Archdeacon of
St. Luke's Church.

Some of women of St. Luke's C.O.U

Members of Archdeaconry Council after meeting

Some of members of St. Luke's Gospel Choir

Section of disabled Children School
at Bishop Rwakaikara P/S

Bishop Rwakaikara primary School

St. Luke's Church

St. Luke's Site

Way to St. Lukes Church of Uganda - Kagadi Town Parish.