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Archbishop Henry Orombi

Bishop

Kampala Diocese

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Background Information

Employment History

Head

Church of Uganda


Host

All-Africa Bishops' Conference


Affiliations

Primates

Member of the Standing Committee


Education

Bachelor of Divinity degree

St. John's College


diploma

theology

Bishop Tucker Theological College


doctorate

NottinghamUniversity


Web References(42 Total References)


churchofuganda.org

The Most Rev. John Sentamu, Archbishop of York and a Ugandan by birth, represented the Archbishop of Canterbury and read a letter of greeting and congratulations from the Archbishop of Canterbury.
The preacher for the service was the Most Rev. Robert Duncan, Archbishop of the Anglican Church in North America. "Becoming Archbishop means going where you do not plan to go. The Most Rev. Henry Luke Orombi, retiring Archbishop, handed over the Provincial Staff to Archbishop Ntagali, thus symbolizing the transfer of spiritual authority from one Archbishop to another. The retiring Archbishop, the Most Rev. Henry Luke Orombi, announced his early retirement in January 2012. Enthroned as Archbishop in January 2004, he served nine out of a possible ten years. Archbishop Orombi's tenure as Archbishop was marked by extensive travels and preaching around the country, a commitment to youth ministry, and the construction of Church House, a commercial building on Kampala Road. Bishop Ntagali was elected Archbishop of the Church of Uganda in July and will be enthroned on 16th December 2012 and move to Kampala. In a July 2008 letter to Archbishop of Canterbury Rowan Williams, Archbishop Henry Luke Orombi explained, "After following due canonical process, I was forced in January 2007 to depose him [Christopher Ssenyonjo] as a Bishop in the Church of Uganda for presiding at the consecration as bishop of a Church of Uganda priest under discipline for moral failure who was being consecrated in a denomination of his own called Charismatic Church of Uganda. On 15th March 2006 I and all the people of Uganda woke up to read in The New Vision that Christopher Ssenyonjo, the second Bishop of West Buganda Diocese, had a new "Archbishop called Howard" in America, had formed a new denomination called the Charismatic Church of Uganda, and had consecrated a bishop. On 8th January 2012 Archbishop Henry Orombi announced his intention to retire after nine years of service to continue a ministry of preaching, which has been his passion. He said, "I want to devote the rest of my life, while I am still able, to fulfilling this calling full-time." Out of the 35 Bishops currently active in the Church of Uganda, 29 were eligible to become Archbishop. The installation of the new Archbishop is expected to take place on 16th December at St. Paul's Cathedral, Namirembe. At that time, Archbishop Henry Orombi will hand over the pastoral staff to Archbishop-elect Stanley Ntagali who will then be invested with the authority to lead the Church of Uganda as Archbishop. At that time, Archbishop Henry Orombi will hand over the pastoral staff to Archbishop-elect Stanley Ntagali who will then be invested with the authority to lead the Church of Uganda as Archbishop. Between now and December, Archbishop Henry Orombi will continue to do the work of the Archbishop and the Bishop of Kampala Diocese, as well as bid farewell to each of the 34 Dioceses. The Archbishop-elect will say farewell to his Diocese and prepare to move to Kampala. His current Diocese will elect a new Bishop, since he will leave his Diocese to also become the Bishop of Kampala Diocese. Archbishop Henry Orombi's 2012 Easter Message


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(Photo: Archbishop Henry Orombi & Archbishop Designate Stanley Ntagali)
On 8 th January 2012 Archbishop Henry Orombi announced his intention to retire after nine years of service to continue a ministry of preaching, which has been his passion. He said, "I want to devote the rest of my life, while I am still able, to fulfilling this calling full-time." Out of the 35 Bishops currently active in the Church of Uganda, 29 were eligible to become Archbishop. The installation of the new Archbishop is expected to take place on 16 th December at St. Paul's Cathedral, Namirembe. At that time, Archbishop Henry Orombi will hand over the pastoral staff to Archbishop-elect Stanley Ntagali who will then be invested with the authority to lead the Church of Uganda as Archbishop. At that time, Archbishop Henry Orombi will hand over the pastoral staff to Archbishop-elect Stanley Ntagali who will then be invested with the authority to lead the Church of Uganda as Archbishop. Between now and December, Archbishop Henry Orombi will continue to do the work of the Archbishop and the Bishop of Kampala Diocese, as well as bid farewell to each of the 34 Dioceses. The Archbishop-elect will say farewell to his Diocese and prepare to move to Kampala. His current Diocese will elect a new Bishop, since he will leave his Diocese to also become the Bishop of Kampala Diocese.


www.globalsouthanglican.org [cached]

(Photo: Archbishop Henry Orombi & Archbishop Designate Stanley Ntagali)
On 8 th January 2012 Archbishop Henry Orombi announced his intention to retire after nine years of service to continue a ministry of preaching, which has been his passion. He said, "I want to devote the rest of my life, while I am still able, to fulfilling this calling full-time." Out of the 35 Bishops currently active in the Church of Uganda, 29 were eligible to become Archbishop. The installation of the new Archbishop is expected to take place on 16 th December at St. Paul's Cathedral, Namirembe. At that time, Archbishop Henry Orombi will hand over the pastoral staff to Archbishop-elect Stanley Ntagali who will then be invested with the authority to lead the Church of Uganda as Archbishop. At that time, Archbishop Henry Orombi will hand over the pastoral staff to Archbishop-elect Stanley Ntagali who will then be invested with the authority to lead the Church of Uganda as Archbishop. Between now and December, Archbishop Henry Orombi will continue to do the work of the Archbishop and the Bishop of Kampala Diocese, as well as bid farewell to each of the 34 Dioceses. The Archbishop-elect will say farewell to his Diocese and prepare to move to Kampala. His current Diocese will elect a new Bishop, since he will leave his Diocese to also become the Bishop of Kampala Diocese.


churchofuganda.org [cached]

On 8th January 2012 Archbishop Henry Orombi announced his intention to retire after nine years of service to continue a ministry of preaching, which has been his passion.
He said, "I want to devote the rest of my life, while I am still able, to fulfilling this calling full-time." Out of the 35 Bishops currently active in the Church of Uganda, 29 were eligible to become Archbishop. The installation of the new Archbishop is expected to take place on 16th December at St. Paul's Cathedral, Namirembe. At that time, Archbishop Henry Orombi will hand over the pastoral staff to Archbishop-elect Stanley Ntagali who will then be invested with the authority to lead the Church of Uganda as Archbishop. At that time, Archbishop Henry Orombi will hand over the pastoral staff to Archbishop-elect Stanley Ntagali who will then be invested with the authority to lead the Church of Uganda as Archbishop. Between now and December, Archbishop Henry Orombi will continue to do the work of the Archbishop and the Bishop of Kampala Diocese, as well as bid farewell to each of the 34 Dioceses. The Archbishop-elect will say farewell to his Diocese and prepare to move to Kampala. His current Diocese will elect a new Bishop, since he will leave his Diocese to also become the Bishop of Kampala Diocese.


churchofuganda.org [cached]

The Most Rev. John Sentamu, Archbishop of York and a Ugandan by birth, represented the Archbishop of Canterbury and read a letter of greeting and congratulations from the Archbishop of Canterbury.
The preacher for the service was the Most Rev. Robert Duncan, Archbishop of the Anglican Church in North America. "Becoming Archbishop means going where you do not plan to go. The Most Rev. Henry Luke Orombi, retiring Archbishop, handed over the Provincial Staff to Archbishop Ntagali, thus symbolizing the transfer of spiritual authority from one Archbishop to another. The retiring Archbishop, the Most Rev. Henry Luke Orombi, announced his early retirement in January 2012. Enthroned as Archbishop in January 2004, he served nine out of a possible ten years. Archbishop Orombi's tenure as Archbishop was marked by extensive travels and preaching around the country, a commitment to youth ministry, and the construction of Church House, a commercial building on Kampala Road. Bishop Ntagali was elected Archbishop of the Church of Uganda in July and will be enthroned on 16th December 2012 and move to Kampala. On 8th January 2012 Archbishop Henry Orombi announced his intention to retire after nine years of service to continue a ministry of preaching, which has been his passion. He said, "I want to devote the rest of my life, while I am still able, to fulfilling this calling full-time." Out of the 35 Bishops currently active in the Church of Uganda, 29 were eligible to become Archbishop. The installation of the new Archbishop is expected to take place on 16th December at St. Paul's Cathedral, Namirembe. At that time, Archbishop Henry Orombi will hand over the pastoral staff to Archbishop-elect Stanley Ntagali who will then be invested with the authority to lead the Church of Uganda as Archbishop. At that time, Archbishop Henry Orombi will hand over the pastoral staff to Archbishop-elect Stanley Ntagali who will then be invested with the authority to lead the Church of Uganda as Archbishop. Between now and December, Archbishop Henry Orombi will continue to do the work of the Archbishop and the Bishop of Kampala Diocese, as well as bid farewell to each of the 34 Dioceses. The Archbishop-elect will say farewell to his Diocese and prepare to move to Kampala. His current Diocese will elect a new Bishop, since he will leave his Diocese to also become the Bishop of Kampala Diocese. At that time, I will hand over the pastoral staff to the new Archbishop who will then be invested with the authority to lead the Church of Uganda as Archbishop. I have enjoyed working with you and thank you for the way you have supported me and the Church of Uganda during my time as Archbishop. Archbishop Orombi calls for the election of new Archbishop Archbishop Orombi confirmed the announcement in Ntungamo on Sunday, 8th January, during the consecration and enthronement of the new Bishop of South Ankole Diocese, the Rt. Archbishop Orombi was elected in July 2003 and enthroned as Archbishop on 25th January 2004. Archbishops in the Church of Uganda serve a ten-year term and must retire by the age of 65 or at the conclusion of their ten-year term, whichever comes first. Orombi's ten-year term was set to expire in January 2014, before he turned 65. Orombi decided to retire one year early, saying, "I want to use my retirement to preach the Gospel single-heartedly. This has been my single passion and I want to fulfill the call while I can still do it." Orombi's tenure as Archbishop has been marked by reconciliation within conflicted Dioceses, infrastructure development at the Provincial Offices in Namirembe, launching a Decade of Mission, streamlining Provincial operations, a serious engagement with youth around the country, campaigns to eliminate child and human sacrifice, and the long-awaited construction of Church House. Orombi has been a significant leader and speaker internationally, providing encouragement for the emergence of the Global South churches as leaders for Biblical faithfulness within the worldwide Anglican Communion and interdenominationally.


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