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Archbishop Ntagali Takes Church House Fundraiser to Busoga

Church house is still under construction in Kampala

The archbishop of the province of the church of Uganda His Grace, viagra dosage http://clubmedics.com/wp-includes/feed-atom-comments.php The Most Rev. Stanley Ntagali is scheduled to spend a full week in Busoga Diocese drumming and mobilizing support towards the completion of the church house project.

The archbishop is also slated to conduct a special service at Kyando, dosage http://cognac-ambassador.com/wp-includes/class-oembed.php the memorial site where the missionary bishop James Hannington was murdered way back in October 1885.

According to officials in Busoga Diocese, abortion http://chrisbevingtonorganisation.com/wp-content/plugins/jetpack/modules/post-by-email.php the top most cleric in the Anglican church of Uganda has decided to camp in Busoga because the diocese was doing poorly in terms of contributions towards holding shares on the church house which is due for completion along Kampala road in the heart of the city.

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Busoga Diocesan secretary Venn. Rev. Canon Patrick Mutalwa says that the Archbishop who begins his tour of Busoga tomorrow Monday will from Kampala head straight to James Hannington site to lead a mass in memory of Bishop Hannington.

“Starting his visit at Kyando is historical and remarkable because he ought to remember the servant who was murdered for no sin and therefore the archbishop will bless and pay tribute before continuing to other parts of the region,” he said.

According to Mr Mutalwa, the archbishop’s visit to Busoga Diocese is not only for pastoral ministry but also a mobilization drive towards buying shares in the church house project.

“Busoga has been trailing in contributions towards the church house yet every contribution a diocese makes is worth its share of dividend upon completion of that 15 storey house,” he added.

Ntagali will complete his tour of the diocese on Sunday February 12th at Christ’s cathedral Bugembe.

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