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Stephen Kaziimba

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Mityana-Diocese

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Mityana Diocese

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The Diocese of Mityana


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En-Gedi Resource Center Inc


Mukono


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www.cfdiocese.org

Stephen Kaziimba, Bishop of Mityana (Uganda)


www.ststephensva.org [cached]

Rev. Dr. Stephen Kaziimba, Bishop of the Diocese of Mityana
Jackson and Stephen were from Mukono, the home of the Anglican Diocese of Mukono. Philip and Andrew in Mukono, where Stephen served as Canon and Provost. Stephen continued as Provost of the Cathedral until October 2008 when he was consecrated a bishop in the Church of Uganda and called to serve in the Diocese of Mityana. Rev. Stephen Kaziimba was consecrated 5th bishop of Mityana in October 2008. He presides over about half a million Anglicans in 80 parishes which include 509 churches and 450 schools. Bishop Stephen has taken that motto as the theme for the early part of his episcopacy and is urging aggressive action to build the diocese both spiritually and physically, emphasizing discipleship, evangelism and revitalization. Our friend Stephen has visited our congregation numerous times.


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On a recent trip to Holland, Rev. Stephen Kaziimba, asked if it would be possible for us to provide a laptop and a digital projector to facilitate their worship
Provost Kaziimba and Matthew will be selecting a group of individuals to make the PowerPoints and learn how to use the computer and projector. I will be leading our first training session this coming Wednesday morning.


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This message was presented by Bishop Stephen Kaziimba on Abp Henry Orombi's behalf.


www.ststephensva.org

Rev. Dr. Stephen Kaziimba, Bishop of the Diocese of Mityana
Jackson and Stephen were from Mukono, the home of the Anglican Diocese of Mukono. We became friends. Paul came back twice to visit and preach at Light of Christ, and Stephen continued to visit us when he was in the United States working on his doctoral degree. In our times together, we agreed to pursue a sister relationship between Light of Christ and the Cathedral Church of Sts. Philip and Andrew in Mukono, where Stephen served as Canon and Provost. Stephen continued as Provost of the Cathedral until October 2008 when he was consecrated a bishop in the Church of Uganda and called to serve in the Diocese of Mityana. Rev. Stephen Kaziimba was consecrated 5th bishop of Mityana in October 2008. He presides over about half a million Anglicans in 80 parishes which include 509 churches and 450 schools. Bishop Stephen has taken that motto as the theme for the early part of his episcopacy and is urging aggressive action to build the diocese both spiritually and physically, emphasizing discipleship, evangelism and revitalization. About Our Partnership In his letter to Light of Christ (then known as "St. Stephen's") establishing the partnership between our churches, the Rev. Stephen Kaziimba shared his vision for the partnership, which included the following: Our friend Stephen has visited our congregation numerous times.


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