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News From Partners:
Oct
14

UCU engineering alumni buy land for economic development

Aerial view of the 4.25 acres purchased by Engineering Development Fund members and UCU alum. The land is located in Lunnya Village, Namataba Township, on the outskirts of Mukono district. By Jimmy Siyasa No land. No houses. Delayed marriages. These three are among the challenges youth in Uganda face. For one group, however, the obstacles […]

Oct
14

Why do we host New Wineskins Conferences?

  Since our last global conference, it seems to many that everything has changed. Indeed, there have been tectonic shifts in every aspect of life around the world – culturally, economically, politically and spiritually. At the 2019 conference, we shared words from the Lord that our intercessors were hearing ~ Reset, Escalation and Acceleration. Wow! […]

Oct
12

UCU student voted Speaker of Uganda’s National Youth Parliament

Speaker of Uganda’s National Parliament Jacob Oulanyah robes Ezra Ambasiize after he was declared winner. By Dalton Mujuni A Uganda Christian University (UCU) student has entered the annals of Ugandan history after being elected the speaker of the youth parliament in the country. Ezra Ambasiize, a fourth-year student of Bachelor of Laws, has become the […]

Oct
10

UCU hosts East African communications conference with pandemic perspective

FROM THE PAST: Some delegates of the 6th EACA Conference, organized by both Uganda Christian and Makerere universities in 2016, included Professor Monica Chibita (second from left), Dean of the UCU Faculty of Journalism, Media and Communication; and Professor Aaron Mushengyezi (far right), UCU Vice Chancellor, then a dean at Makerere. Courtesy Photo By Jimmy […]

Oct
09

Hope is the thing with feathers…

  A beautiful poem by Emily Dickenson starts: Hope is the thing with feathers  That perches in the soul And sings the tune without the words – And never stops – at all  This was on my mind during the most recent quinceañera that we had to celebrate the lives of 6 of our girls at the […]

Oct
07

UCU Sunday collections to finance building of ordinands’ apartments

The Rev. Can. Titus Barrack prays for a team of UCU staff members led by Vice Chancellor Prof. Aaron Mushengyezi during the UCU Sunday event at Namirembe, Kampala. By Dalton Mujuni There has been a silent challenge among a unique section of Uganda Christian University (UCU) students. And, perhaps, if the university management had not […]

Oct
06

Meet Jeremy, Our First Associate Director!

I have not always been an Anglican, but my heartbeat has been connected to the Nations ever since I can remember. As a teenager, I made a faith pledge to God: Go anywhere, Do anything, Speak to anyone, Give anything I have to make Jesus known. God really took me up on that commitment, and […]

Oct
06

  What Will be Your Mission…

What Will be Your Mission Legacy? By Denise Cox, Associate Director  One generation shall praise your works to another and declare your mighty acts.  Psalm 145:4 NIV A legacy is something passed from one generation to the next–a heritage or birthright. What will be your legacy and my legacy or a missionary’s legacy? How does […]

Oct
05

UCU sculptures and hidden meaning

By Ivan Tsebeni In 2017, Uganda Christian University (UCU) was ranked among the top 50 most beautiful Christian campuses globally by the Christian Universities Online. In a 2018 survey, UCU’s main campus at Mukono was also ranked among the 10 most beautiful campuses in Africa. The university’s sculptures were a main contributor to the elevated […]

Oct
03

UCU art students help renovate sports facilities

UCU art students painting the basketball court recently Story and photo by Ivan Tsebeni Uganda Christian University (UCU) has taken advantage of the absence of students by embarking on the renovation of its sports facilities at the main campus.  The university intends to spend up to sh12m (about $3,400) in the facelift. The money is […]

Sep
30

UCU vaccinates sports students ahead of major national leagues

Students waiting for vaccination at the sports department at UCU. Story and photos by Yasiri J. Kasango As of early September, 50 Uganda Christian University (UCU) students who participate in sports had received their Covid-19 jabs. The vaccination administration for nearly all UCU students on sports teams took place on the Mukono campus to enable […]

Sep
28

Medical donations eased burdens for Mukono General Hospital

Some of the patients in a queue outside the Out Patient Department register for medical services. The hospital attends to about 400 patients per day. Story and photos by Jimmy Siyasa Four hundred. That is the number of patients that the medical personnel at Mukono General Hospital in Uganda wake up to each day. Of […]

Sep
26

Ramp up online learning to avoid career stoppage, unemployment, forced marriages

Student leaders from different institutions of learning participate in the dialogue in UCU’s Principals Hall. By Eriah Lule The Uganda Christian University (UCU) Vice Chancellor has asked government and schools to follow the online learning path that his institution has taken in order to reduce effects of covid-related lockdowns on studies. As of late September […]

Sep
23

UCU Chaplain: God helped me defeat Covid-19

Eng. Rev. Paul Wasswa Ssembiro in his office at UCU With the negative stigma attached to testing positive for Covid-19 in Uganda, it takes courage to confess publicly that one has contracted the virus. Despite the wrongfully imposed shame, some Ugandans are courageous enough to tell their experience, reminding others with Covid to have hope […]

Sep
22

We’re here!

Well, we made it! It’s been just a month and a half in our new home of Toronto, Ontario, and I think we are really starting to settle in and get our bearings.  View fullsize We headed out from Richmond, Indiana bright and early on August 8th with the biggest U-Haul they offer, a loaded […]

Sep
22

Help Change Lives in Bunia, Democratic Republic of Congo

Join Holy Trinity Windermere in Partnering with Bisoke and Furaha Balikenga This blog was first published on Jubilate Deo by Kelly Hood and Julia Marshall, summer 2021, and is being shared with the newspaper’s permission. Ministry is not, typically, something we can do alone. We need relation­ships with partners who will come alongside us, support […]

Sep
21

UCU student credits God for family’s Covid recovery

Wasswa with his twin sister, Angella Nakato By Nickie Karitas On June 10, 2021, when Jim Patrick Wasswa arrived at the northern Uganda district of Yumbe to start his university internship, he had many ushers. In addition to the officials with the Uganda National Roads Authority who brought him to the work experience, Covid-19 was […]

Sep
20

Semakula named new head of UCU’s journalism department

John Semakula (center) after receiving the file for his new office from Uganda Christian University’s (UCU) outgoing head of journalism, Dr. Emilly Maractho (left). At right is the Dean of the UCU Faculty of Journalism, Media and Communication, Prof. Monica Chibita. By Joseph Lagen Veteran journalist John Semakula has been appointed the new head of […]

Sep
16

Ugandan study experience enriches American nurse

Lauren Elaine Nagy graduated with a Bachelor’s of Science in Nursing from Messiah College, Pennsylvania, in May 2021. Courtesy photo By Jimmy Siyasa In September 2021, the Kennedy Krieger Institute in Baltimore, Maryland, welcomes a new staff member with Ugandan experience. Lauren Elaine Nagy, hired to be a nurse in the Pediatric Inpatient Rehab Unit, […]

Sep
14

From taking lives to saving them: One nurse’s story

Denis Kutesa (behind) sharing a light moment with his classmates during their internship at Mukono General hospital. Courtesy photo. By Eriah Lule The life of Uganda Christian University (UCU) graduate Denis Kutesa is punctuated by a job where he was forced to take two lives to one where he is saving them. He’s most recently […]

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