Church Bulletin

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

By Baluku Alex

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

In 2019, the Diocese acquired a loan to boost one of its capital projects – the Shepherd House located on Mukirane Street in Kasese town.

The Diocesan Bishop, the Rt. Rev. Nason Baluku says of the shillings 400 million that the banks demands from the Church, at least shillings 20 million has been collected by the Christians and well-wishers.

The prelate, who has hailed the people who have so far contributed towards the noble cause, appeals to all the people of God to continue supporting the church so that the remaining shillings 380 million is also realized.

During a Scientific Sunday Service at St. Paul’s Cathedral today, the Bishop also announced that the Diocese would celebrate its 37th Anniversary on August 29th under the theme, “Having Life in its Fullness.”

Quoting the Biblical Book of Deuteronomy 28:12, the Church Minister said supporting the work of God would make Christians attract blessings onto themselves so that they become lenders but not borrowers.

He used the same podium to advise the school going youths to handle themselves in a manner that might not ruin their future.

According to him, it would be a shame when schools reopen but no one turns up to complete their studies.

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