Christians, politicians urged to support churches |

Amos Tayebwa

Mbarara

The Archdeacon for Greater Mbarara Rev. Can. Bobs Nathan Mwesigye has asked Christians, politicians and government officials to always support churches, especially during construction.

Addressing the media after the service, Mwesigye said churches cannot function or develop without the support of Christians, politicians and government institutions. He said that the development of the churches must be the result of cooperation and unity between Christians, government and church leaders. He urged Christians never to separate from their priests, that they should work with church leaders and support them for contributions to church projects and buildings.

Allowed to. Rev. Bobs Nathan Mwesigye speaking to journalists

Apparently the Nyamityobora Church in Uganda is under construction. According to Rev. Munyaneza, the remaining work requires approximately 132m. “As soon as Christians or governments distance themselves from their church leaders, the church will never be built, the construction will be delayed by about 92 years. Therefore, be closer to us, work with us, and support us to do the work of the Lord,” said Rev. Mwesigye.

Christians and priests have also been asked to protect church property, particularly lands owned by the church. Allowed to. Mwesigye encouraged the public to keep politics out of church affairs. That they should focus on Christianity and work for the Lord.

These were said during the ceremony at Nyamityobora Parish Church of Uganda over the weekend when Rev. Emmanuel Munyaneza was made full minister of Nyamityobora Church of Uganda. Munyaneza was installed by Archdeacon Rev. Mwesigye, Archdeacon of All Saints Church. Munyaneza used to be the pastor of All Saints Church before being appointed Reverend of Nyamityobora Parish Church. He taught at Mbarara Municipal School for about 10 years before entering the clergy.

Addressing the journalists, he asked the Christians to support him and complete the construction of the Nyamityobora Church. He pledged to protect all property belonging to the Nyamityobora Church of Uganda.



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