Mission - Companion Links

Diocese of Luwero - The Church of the Province of Uganda

Companion Diocesan Links have been a means of developing relationships and mutual partnership in mission throughout the dioceses and parishes of the Anglican Communion for many years. The Diocese of Luwero - The Church of the Province of Uganda is seeking a new link and has given information on the diocese below. If your diocese is interested in forming a link with them please respond directly to the Bishop.

To understand more of Anglican Diocesan Links please go to Guidelines for Companion Link Relationships

Province: The Church of the Province of Uganda
Diocese: Diocese of Luwero
Bishop: The Rt. Revd Evans Mukasa- Kisekka
Address: P.O. Box 125 Luweero Uganda
Telephone: 00 256 610070
Fax: 00 256 41 610132
Email: Romek_98@hotmail.com

Brief history of Diocese:

Luweero Diocese was created out of the first Diocese in Uganda (Namirembe) on 8th December 1991. It covers two political districts.

Any previous or existing Links:

North West Europe archdeaconry in Netherlands.
Diocese in Europe, Church of England.

Reason for wanting a Link:

Exchange of Partners in Mission and gaining of Cross cultural experience from both sides and sharing of Mission experience.

What expectations you have of the Link?

  • Exchange of prayer points
  • Exchange of visits
  • Exchange of Mission partners
  • Bearing one another’s burdens.

What part of the world you would like your Link to be?

U.K.

Describe the style and patterns of church life and ministry in your diocese.

  • Luwero Diocese is an Evangelical Diocese that focuses mainly on the fulfilment of the great commission (preaching, Evangelising, teaching and also rendering of a Holistic Ministry in response to John 10:10.
  • We hold both conservative and free forms of worship to suit our people’s choices of worshipping of their God.

Would you like your Link diocese to reflect or contrast with the pattern described above?

The former.

 

Signature of Bishop: Signed   Date: 18 November 2004