KAMPALA– Bishop Wilberforce Kityo Luwalira on June 27 presided over the colourful consecration and dedication Service of St. John’s Chapel at Mengo Senior School.
The Bishop was assisted by the Bishop of West Buganda Diocese Henry Katumba Tamale during his pastoral visit to the school.
The Bishop thanked the School Board of Governors, School management Committee, Parents, Old Mengonians, Students, well-wishers and all the people who have supported the Construction of the new Chapel.
“You have played your role in building God’s kingdom. Thank you for building this house so that it supports the School Chaplain to perform his work comfortably,” he said.
He added that in order to build the strong Kingdom of God we have to be good Witness of the Lord.
Bishop Kityo further advised the students that they have to be focused on their education and make good use of their teachers and the facilities which God has given them.
The service was attended by Bishop Henry Katumba Tamale-Bishop West Buganda Diocese, Bishop Eria Paul Luzinda- Rtd Bishop of Mukono Diocese, Bishop Professor Michael Senyimba- Rtd Bishop of Mukono Diocese, Rev. Canon Nelson Kaweesa-The School Board Chairman, Rev Hebert Paul Kabanda-The Diocesan Education Secretary. Clergy, Board Members, old students etc.
Bishop Wilberforce Kityo Luwalira heads Namirembe diocese that is comprised of 342 local churches.
The Church of Uganda is sub-divided into 35 Dioceses. Each Diocese is administered by a Bishop and includes a Diocesan Office to oversee the priests and deacons and to encourage and support ministries of the parishes and congregations.