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Archbishop Kazimba Confirms 202 Children At Makerere University

Archbishop Kazimba Confirms 202 Children At Makerere University

Over 200 young people have been confirmed into the Anglican Christian faith by the Archbishop of the Church of the province of Uganda. The function took place at St. Francis Chapel, Makerere University on Sunday, November 14.

Archbishop Kaziimba, in his homily cautioned the newly confirmed Christians to be steadfast in their faith.

“There are some Christians who have a divided heart. During the day they sing for God in the church and during the night, they go to the traditional shrines and sing for the devil. Be fully committed to the Christian faith in which you have been confirmed. Shun every behavior that contradicts the teaching of the church,” he said.

Rev. Canon Onesmus Asiimwe, the chaplain of St. Francis chapel also commended parents for supporting their children in their Christian journey.

Several dignitaries graced the ceremony and some of those were the Vice-Chancellor of Makerere University, Prof. Barnabas Nawangwe. The UCU Vice-Chancellor Prof. Aaron Mushengyezi was also in attendance, among others.

During the function, the chapel’s congregants donated Shs 15m in cash and pledges to the archbishop. The collections were to help him service the Church House loan.

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