Archbishop Kazimba arrived in Gulu City on Friday and was welcomed by cheerful Christians led by the Northern Uganda Diocese Bishop Rev. Geoffrey Loum.
The Northern Uganda Diocese Bishop Rev Geoffrey Loum welcomes the Church of Uganda Archbishop the Most Rev. Stephen Kaziimba Mugalu at Christ Church in Gulu City on Friday.
Archbishop of the Church of Uganda, the Most Rev Stephen Kazimba Mugalu has
made his maiden visit to the Northern Uganda Diocese, nearly three years after
Archbishop Kaziimba arrived in Gulu City on Friday and was welcomed by cheerful
Christians led by the Northern Uganda Diocese Bishop Rev. Geoffrey Loum.
Archbishop Kaziimba who was accompanied by his Chaplain Rev. John Kanzime made
his first appearance at Christ Church in Bardege-Layibi Division where he held
a brief prayer with Christians.
Rev. Loum told Uganda Radio Network in an interview that the visit is part of
the Archbishop’s four days pastoral tours of the Diocese of Northern Uganda.
According to Bishop Loum, Archbishop Kaziimba is expected to officiate at the
launch of a house for clerics at Musalaba Church in Keyo among other key
activities in the region.
He says his visit is a blessing for the diocese and the Christians.
“This is very encouraging for us, he is coming to visit us, he is a servant of
God and he will be sharing with us the message God has given him,” said
Archbishop Kaziimba is expected to make pastoral visits to the Churches under
the Church of Uganda in Amuru District, Nwoya District, Gulu city, and Omoro
District during his four days stay in the region.
Bureau Chief, West Acholi