Church Bulletin

Christians urged to generously give to support Church projects

By Baluku Alex

Christians in South Rwenzori Diocese have been urged to work towards completing the tasks that the Lord has put before them in order to attract the divine blessings.

The Diocesan Secretary, the Rev.  Nason Mugisa sounded the remarks today morning while preaching during a Scientific Sunday service at St. Paul’s Cathedral in Kasese town. The service was also relayed on the airwaves of South Rwenzori Messiah Radio and some social media platforms including Facebook and Zoom.

Rev. Mugisa said everybody has been given an individual task by God which he expects them to complete and at the end receive blessings from him.

The Church Minister explained that in the same spirit, the Diocese has given every Christian a task of contributing towards clearing a debt that the Diocese acquired from Equity Bank to construct the Shepherd House. Currently the Diocese is still looking for shillings 370 million to clear the debt.

He also challenged the Christians to learn how to generously support the church projects, adding that it is the reason God has given believers life as the greatest gift.

The Diocesan Bishop, the Rt. Rev. Nason Baluku hailed the members who have been able to render in their support towards clearing the said debt.

The prelate was optimistic that the remaining shillings 370 million will have been realized before the end of this month as long as all the people willingly support the noble cause.

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South Rwenzori Diocese is still seeking shillings 380 million to clear a debt it acquired from Equity Bank to construct the Shepherd House.


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