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Anglican Global Mission Partners Unites the needs in the mission field with people
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News From Partners:

UCU alum documentary accentuates Kabale sorghum tragedy

Alex Taremwa speaks in May to participants of the Junior Achievement climate change innovation challenge where he was a judge By Vanessa Kyalimpa Chasing birds away each morning when they came to eat the grains on the ears of the ripe sorghum has been a typical role for any young boy in Kabale, a district […]


Let Us Eat Cake!

In a letter to her Senders, Jessica Hughes reflects on the power of community and relationships, giving thanks to God for 10 years in Uganda and her recent graduation. – Kate Ulrich, Communications Coordinator Hi friends, There is much to celebrate this month. July is the month in which I returned to Uganda to serve […]


Behrens Family in Pittsburgh: Welcoming Immigrants and a New Baby

This past winter, Church of the Ascension in Pittsburgh, PA, welcomed Daniel and Rebekah Behrens to their congregation to serve as Missionaries in Residence to local immigrant and refugee communities. Even though they themselves recently arrived, the Behrens are already busy welcoming immigrants and also their own third daughter, Mary, at the end of June! […]


UCU embarks on building modern infrastructure, beautification

A worker at the Bishop Tucker main building. By Kefa Senoga Aesthetics is a core design principle. Visually, aesthetics includes factors such as balance, color, movement, pattern, scale, shape and weight. Emotionally, such optics impact attitude that, as in the case of a university, influences work and learning.  Since Assoc. Prof. Aaron Mushengyezi took over […]


Working on a Fall Sermon Series or an Adult Education Program?

As we seek to live into a post-Roe culture, the Church will need to address caring for pregnant women in a variety of ways – discussing adoption is one key way. By: Johnston Moore, Adoption/Orphan Care Consultant On November 13, 2022, churches, ministries, and advocates all over the world will observe Orphan Sunday. It is […]


Equipment informs future doctors about evidence-based patient care

UCU School of Medicine students Alituha Constance, Melodie Munyakazi, and Kasule Steven engage in microscopic learning. Story By Patty Huston-Holm with Photos and Podcast by Vanessa Kyalimpa Within five minutes of the first time that Vanessa Kyalimpa and I met Dr. Gerald Tumusiime, he was casually lifting and touching cleaned bones extracted from donated cadavers. […]


Norway partnership drives development at UCU

Staff from the UCU School of Journalism, Media and Communication pose with staff at the NLA University College and others under the NORHED project in Norway. By Geoffrey Ssenoga When Hamu Mukasa, the Buganda County chief for Kyaggwe, offered land to build the Bishop Tucker Theological College (BTTC) more than 100 years ago, he set […]


Sacred Space

Originally published by the Human Life Review at By: The Rev. W. Ross Blackburn, Ph.D.  For you formed my inward parts; you knitted me together in my mother’s womb. I praise you, for I am fearfully and wonderfully made. Wonderful are your works; my soul knows it very well. My frame was not hidden […]


Rufina’s Extended Story: Serving God Beyond Her Borders

Picture: Rufina, in Temuco, Chile, shares her testimony online in 2020 about how God brought her to the hospital as a patient to share the power of God and the Gospel with everyone around her. Missionaries Russ and Heidi Smith in Chile have seen God open doors globally for healing prayer and making disciples through […]


UCU offers to help primary-secondary teachers upgrade credentials

Chaplains during the workshop in Nkoyoyo Hall. By Israel Kisakye Uganda Christian University (UCU) has announced a special, affordable offer for teachers who hold certificates and intend to upgrade to the degree level.  Addressing chaplains of institutions in Mukono Diocese during a workshop in June, UCU Vice Chancellor Associate Prof. Aaron Mushengyezi implored teachers, especially […]


UCU student champions fight against HIV

Brendan Katushabe and musician Joanita Kawalya (right) at the launch of activities of Own Your Future (OYF) in January 2022 at UCU’s Nkoyoyo Hall. By Vanessa Kyalimpa At last year’s World AIDS Day on December 1, UN Secretary General António Guterres expressed optimism that it is still possible to end the epidemic by 2030. However, […]


Announcing Slugs & Bugs Live Concert at the 2022 New Wineskins Conference!

New Wineskins Missionary Network is excited to announce that the upcoming Global Mission Conference in September will feature Slugs & Bugs Live concert for our children attendees and their families! Led by Christian singer-songwriter Randall Goodgame, the concert will furnish an opportunity for children to laugh, sing together, and learn more about God in a […]


Expert reinforces benefits of partnerships at APC lecture

Dr. Anthony Mveyange shares a light moment with the UCU Vice-Chancellor Prof. Aaron Mushengyezi. By Kefa Senoga Partnerships. Synergies. Everyone who attended the most recent Africa Policy Center’s (APC) public lecture likely left thinking about these two key words. The lecture, held in the International Christian Medical Institute (ICMI) hall of the Uganda Christian University […]


Archbishop Kaziimba visits elderly at UCU

Archbishop Dr. Stephen Kaziimba Magula with the Rev. Canon Lusania Kasamba during the prelate’s visit to his former teacher in Mukono. By Israel Kisakye A few meters from the Uganda Christian University (UCU) main gate is a house with a lush green compound. The greenery in the home is a testament to the love for […]


Why are Anglicans Pro-Life?

The Scriptures Teach Us to be Pro-Life By the Rev. Deacon Georgette Forney and Anglican Compass People often say that abortion isn’t mentioned in the Bible. But the command to protect and honor Life is implicit in every word of Scripture. First, we need to understand that the value of human life is based in […]


USA Dartmouth College partners with UCU engineering, business on solar system

Students of UCU and Dartmouth constructing a rack on which the solar panels will be placed at the UCU Dining Hall By Kefa Senoga In one week, the Uganda Christian University (UCU) kitchen uses 10 tons of firewood, which cost sh1.5million (about $400). In a year, Ekadu Richard, the head of Royal Hospitality, the company […]


UCU introduces graduate-level research training series

UCU Vice Chancellor Assoc. Prof. Aaron Mushengyezi (fourth-left) and researchers from different universities in the Principal’s Hall gardens during a research seminar in April 2022. UCU has introduced a special training to skill graduate students in research. By Israel Kisakye In a move to boost the academic profile of Uganda Christian University (UCU), the institution’s […]


And we’re off!

Last week was an exciting week as I launched into coaching!  This calls for a huge thank you for those who have prayed for this as I’ve had several answered prayers that allowed for me to start sooner than I expected. My first learner is a dear friend and coach herself, who is an intermediate […]


Stories from Kenya Connection: A Ministry of Lucy and David Chaves

Introduction from Missionary Lucy Chaves (serving Kenya; based in Virginia with her husband, Associate Missionary David Chaves): As program director at Kenya Connection, I am responsible for researching, planning, and implementing programs for the ministry. I also oversee the staffing needs for the departments we have by recruiting suitable candidates (HR management in a way). […]


UCU student creates cashless shopping platform

Elvis Kawumba (center) with Frances Aketch (left), a year-two student of Computer Science. and Jacqueline Ainebyoona (right), a year-two student of Bachelor of Science in Information Technology at UCU. By Agatha N. Biira When Elvis Kawumba joined Uganda Christian University (UCU) in 2020, he noticed a challenge that students were facing in accessing grocery shops […]

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