Church Bulletin

Bishop Nason Baluku implores the flock to embrace Ministry of Health Guidelines against spread of Covid-19.

  1. By Baluku Alex

Religious leaders in Kasese district have continued to implore their followers to embrace all the measures put in place by the Ministry of Health to curtail the spread of Covid-19.

The latest religious leader is the Bishop of South Rwenzori Diocese, the Rt. Rev. Nason Baluku.

While preaching during a scientific service that was attended by 10 congregants at St. Paul’s Cathedral in Kasese town and relayed on the airwaves of Messiah Radio and a number of Social media platforms including Facebook, the prelate testified how Covid-19 affected some of his family members including himself.

According to Bishop Baluku, Covid-19 is a war that everyone should handover to God to fight it. He, however, said that once all the precautionary measures are properly followed alongside unending prayer, the disease can be defeated.

He explained to the congregation that Covid-19 reminded him that God was the only comforter during such trying moments. The man of God also revealed that Covid-19 was so painful and costly in terms of treatment.

Bishop Baluku, who based his sermon on the theme, “God’s promises in hard times,” encouraged the Christians to hold onto God’s promises saying he was aware of all the hard situations that they are passing through during this period.

The service was attended by the Cathedral Sub-dean, the Ven. Charles Mbusa, His Assistant, Rev. Robert Ziwa and the Cathedral Vicar, Rev. Japheth Kule Mbathonda among other clergy and choir members.

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