Kampala Uganda South Stake - The Church of Jesus Christ

Kampala Uganda South Stake - The Church of Jesus Christ


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Hello praise God? This goes to the one it may concern. Am called Ssengoba Stephen from Uganda Africa. I have got your page and Website from one your church member called Aleta she's a good friend to me then we discussed more about of how I can be helped. Am a director of a certain organization called His Grace Child Orphanage Ministry it helps Orphanage ad widows here in my community uganda and I have 83 Children in the orphanage all needs support and help to teach their goals and dreams and live in Christ living am spreading the Gospel of Jesus Christ into their lives but we are in need of help and support so my friend Alet who is amember of your church from America she forwarded me to you people so that I can introduce more about my Orphanage Ministry and to know how I can be helped by getting support to help the orphans and widows in my Orphanage Ministry. Thanks as ma waiting for your positive response upon my request.
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The Standard of Truth has been erected; no unhallowed hand can stop the work from progressing; persecutions may rage, mobs may combine, armies may assemble, calumny may defame, but the truth of God will go forth boldly, nobly, and independent, till it has penetrated every continent, visited every clime, swept every country, and sounded in every ear, till the purposes of God shall be accomplished, and the Great Jehovah shall say the work is done” (History of the Church, 4:540).
The Standard of Truth has been erected; no unhallowed hand can stop the work from progressing; persecutions may rage, mobs may combine, armies may assemble, calumny may defame, but the truth of God will go forth boldly, nobly, and independent, till it has penetrated every continent, visited every clime, swept every country, and sounded in every ear, till the purposes of God shall be accomplished, and the Great Jehovah shall say the work is done” (History of the Church, 4:540).
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The Unwritten Order of Things- Boyd K. Packer

'.. The things that I shall tell you are not explained in the scriptures, although they conform to the principles taught in the scriptures.
A principle is an enduring truth, a law, a rule you can adopt to help you in making decisions. Generally principles are not spelled out in detail. That leaves you free to adapt and to find your way with an enduring truth, a principle, as an anchor.
The things I am going to tell you are not explained in our handbooks or manuals either. Even if they were, most of you don’t have handbooks—not the Melchizedek Priesthood or Relief Society handbooks and the others—because they are given only to the leaders. I will be speaking about what I call the “unwritten order of things.” My lesson might be entitled “The Ordinary Things about the Church Which Every Member Should Know.” Although they are very ordinary things, they are, nevertheless, very important! We somehow assume that everybody knows all the ordinary things already. If you do know them, you must have learned them through observation and experience, for they are not written anywhere and they are not taught in classes. So, as we continue, if you are ones that know it all, be patient while I teach those who do not—and take a nap.
The basic foundation of knowledge and testimony never changes—the testimony that God the Father lives, that Jesus is the Christ, that the Holy Ghost inspires us, that there has been a restoration, that the fullness of the gospel and the same organization that existed in the primitive church have been revealed to us. Those things are taught everywhere and always—in our classes, the scriptures, the handbooks and the manuals—in everything we do.
The fundamental doctrine and instructions on the organization of the Church are likewise found in the scriptures. In addition, there is another source of knowledge relating to what makes the Church work: We learn from experience and observation. If you learn about these things that are not written down, the unwritten order of things, you will be better qualified to be a leader—and you are going to be a leader. The most important positions of leadership are in the home—the father, mother, wife, husband, older brother and sister.
Then, in the Church, positions of leadership and teaching opportunities are available as nowhere else on earth.
While the things I will talk about are not written, they are really quite easily learned. Just be alert to the unwritten order of things and take an interest in them, and you will find that you will increase your ability and your value to the Lord.
Before I give you a few samples of this unwritten order of things, let me remind you what the Lord said: “My house is a house of order, saith the Lord God” (D&C 132:18; emphasis added). And he told his prophet: “See that all these things are done in wisdom and order; for it is not requisite that a man should run faster than he has strength. And again, it is expedient that he should be diligent, that thereby he might win the prize; therefore, all things must be done in order” (Mosiah 4:27; emphasis added).
Paul told the Corinthians that “all things” were to “be done decently and in order” (see 1 Cor. 14:40; emphasis added). We’ll return to that in a moment or two. The things I am going to tell you about are not so rigid that the Church will fall apart if they are not strictly observed all the time. But they do set a tone, a standard, of dignity and order and will improve our meetings and classwork; they will improve the activities. If you know them and understand them, they will greatly improve your life.
Our meetings should be conducted in such a way that members may be refreshed spiritually and remain attuned to the Spirit as they meet the challenges of life. We are to establish conditions under which members can, through inspiration, solve their own problems. There are simple things that help in that regard, and things that hinder. Alma taught “that by small and simple things are great things brought to pass; and small means in many instances doth confound the wise” (Alma 37:6).
I give as my first illustration of this unwritten order of things so simple a thing as this: The one who presides in a meeting should sit on the stand and sit close to the one conducting. It is a bit difficult to preside over a meeting from the congregation. The one who presides is responsible for the conduct of the meeting and has the right and the responsibility to receive inspiration and may be prompted to adjust or correct something that goes on in the meeting. That is true whether it be an auxiliary meeting presided over by the sisters or any of our meetings.
A new stake president sometimes will ask, “Must I sit on the stand in every meeting in the stake? May I not sit with my family?” I tell him, “While you preside, you are to sit on the stand.” I am tempted to say, but I don’t, “I can’t have that privilege; why should you?”
Another example: If you watch the First Presidency, you will see that the first counselor always sits on the right of the president; the second counselor on the left. That is a demonstration of doing things “decently and in order,” as Paul told us.
Ordinarily, but not always, if the presiding officer speaks, it will be at the end of the meeting. Then clarification or correction can be given. I have had that experience many times at the close of meetings, “Well, brother or sister somebody said such and such, and I’m sure they meant such and such.”
Another illustration: We do not aspire to calls in the Church, nor do we ask to be released. We are called to positions in the Church by inspiration. Even if the call is presented in a clumsy way, it is not wise for us to refuse the call. We must presuppose that the call comes from the Lord. The fifth article of faith tells us that we “must be called of God, by prophecy, and by the laying on of hands by those who are in authority, to preach the Gospel and administer in the ordinances thereof.”
If some circumstance makes it difficult for you to continue to serve, you are free to consult with the leader who called you. We do not call ourselves and we do not release ourselves. Sometimes a leader or a teacher enjoys the prominence of a presiding position so much that, even after serving for a long time, they do not want to be released. That is a sign that a release is timely. We should do as we are called. We should accept the calls and accept a release by the same authority.
When President J. Reuben Clark was called as second counselor in the First Presidency after having served for many years as first counselor, he responded at the Solemn Assembly where the sustaining of the new First Presidency took place: “In the service of the Lord, it is not where you serve but how. In The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, one takes the place to which one is duly called, which place one neither seeks nor declines” (CR, Apr. 1951, p. 154). The Church had been taught a very valuable lesson in the unwritten order of things.
I learned years ago that we do not choose where we serve—we just answer the call. Soon after our marriage, I was called as an assistant stake clerk. My bishop did not want to release me as Gospel Doctrine teacher. He told me that I had much more to offer as a teacher than in the very obscure assignment as assistant stake clerk. But he knew that, under the unwritten order of things, the stake president presided and that his call took precedence.
I cannot tell you all that I learned in that calling. I was able to see how a presidency works. I was the witness to revelation in the calling and the releasing of stake and ward officers. By watching our stake president, I learned by observation and experience many things that are not in the handbook. It was in that calling that I first met members of the Twelve and others of the Brethren as they came to conference. It was a time of training in the unwritten order of things.
I was on a plane once with President Kimball who, I think, served for 19 years as a stake clerk. A member that lived in the stake at that time was on the plane. He said to me, “If I’d known that our stake clerk was going to be President of the Church, I’d have treated him a lot better.”
Brother Kimball was actually serving as second counselor in the stake presidency when the stake clerk moved. They called a clerk and that clerk moved. Brother Kimball had taken over the responsibility. Brother Melvin J. Ballard came to conference, and he said, “You shouldn’t have to be the second counselor and the stake clerk at the same time. You choose which you would rather be.”
Brother Kimball was not used to having a choice. He wanted to have Brother Ballard tell him, but Brother Ballard said, “No, you choose.” So Brother Kimball said, “I have a typewriter. [Very few people had typewriters then.] I know the system. I think I can make a bigger contribution if I stay as the stake clerk.” And so it was.
In those days the stake clerk received a small stipend, a little monthly something or other, I suppose to buy supplies. A sister, who knew him well, wrote and said, “Spencer, I’m surprised at you—to take a calling just because there is money involved.”
Then she said, “If you don’t change your attitude, within two months, you’ll apostatize from the Church.” Well, she was a little off in her timing!
Now an example: On one occasion Elder Harold B. Lee presided over our stake conference. Between sessions we had lunch at the home of President Zundell. Donna and I arrived a little late because we had gone home to check on our young children.
Elder Lee had come to the car to retrieve something from his car and was on the walk when we arrived. I am sure we were very visibly moved to be able to talk personally and to shake hands with an Apostle. He gestured toward the house and said, speaking of the stake presidency who were assembled there, “They are great men. Never fail to learn from men such as these.” And I had been taught something of the unwritten order of things by an Apostle.
There is so much you can learn by watching experienced leaders in the wards and stakes in which you live. There is so much you can learn by listening to the older brethren and sisters who have had a lifetime of experience in the school of the unwritten.
Another illustration. There is an order of things as to where we go for counsel or blessings. It is simple—we go to our parents.
When they are no longer available, if it is a blessing, then we may go to our home teacher. For counsel, you go to your bishop. He may choose to send you to his file leader—the stake president. But we do not go to the General Authorities. We do not write to them for counsel or suppose that someone in a more prominent position will give a more inspired blessing. If we could get this one thing taught in the Church, great power would rest upon us.
President Joseph F. Smith taught that should there be sickness in a home and should there be present “apostles, or even members of the first presidency of the Church, . . . the father is there. It is his right and it is his duty to preside” (Gospel Doctrine, p. 286).
There is one authorized “end run” around the bishop, the stake president, the General Authority, and everyone else in our line of authority. That is to our Father in Heaven in prayer. If we do that, we will in most instances solve our own problems.
Another principle: Revelation in the Church is vertical. It generally confines itself to the administrative or geographic boundaries or limitations assigned to the one who is called. For instance, a bishop who is trying to solve a problem will not get revelation by counseling with a bishop from another ward or stake to whom he is related or with whom he might work at the office.
My experience has taught me that revelation comes from above, not from the side. However more experienced or older or however more spiritual someone to the side may appear to be, it is better to go up through proper channels.
Principle: A prime attribute of a good leader is to be a good follower. In a meeting with bishops, a new and struggling bishop once asked me, “How do I get people to follow me? I have called nine sisters to be president of the Primary and none has accepted.” There was a good humor and pleasant spirit in the meeting which made it an ideal teaching moment. I answered that I doubted that he had “called” any of the nine sisters. He must only have asked or invited them.
I told him that if he had earnestly prayed and counseled with his counselors as to who should preside over the Primary, the first sister would have accepted the call. Perhaps he might have discovered in the interview some reason why it was not advisable or timely for that sister to serve and excused her from serving. But surely not more than one or two. If that many sisters turned down the call, something was out of order—the unwritten order.
Because there was such good spirit in the meeting, I said to him, “Bishop, I know something else about you. You’re not a good follower, are you? Aren’t you the one who is always questioning what the stake president asks of his bishops?” The other bishops in the room started to chuckle and nodded their heads—he was the one. He chuckled and said he supposed that was right. I said, “Perhaps the reason your members don’t follow their leader is because you don’t follow yours. An essential attribute of a leader in the Church is faithful and loyal followship. That is just the order of things—the unwritten order of things.”
When I was a young man, Elder Spencer W. Kimball came to our conference and he told this experience. When he was a stake president in Safford, Arizona, there was a vacancy in the office of superintendent of Young Men in the stake, as the office was then called. He left his office one day, went a few steps down the street, and had a conversation with the owner of a business. He said, “Jack, how would you like to be superintendent of the stake Young Men’s organization?”
Jack replied: “Aw, Spencer, you don’t mean me.”
Spencer replied, “Of course I do. You get along well with the youth.” He tried to convince him, but the man turned him down.
Later in the day, after smoldering with his failure and finally remembering what Jacob had said in the Book of Mormon—“having first obtained mine errand from the Lord” (Jacob 1:17)--he returned to Jack. Calling him “brother” and by his last name, he said, “We have a vacancy in a stake office. My counselors and I have discussed it; we’ve prayed about it for some time. Sunday we knelt down together and asked the Lord for inspiration about who should be called to that position.
We received the inspiration that you should be called. As a servant of the Lord, I am here to deliver that call.”
Jack said, “Well, Spencer, if you are going to put it that way . . .”
“Well, I am putting it that way.”
You know the result. It helps to follow the proper order of things, even the unwritten order.
I have on my desk a letter from a brother who is greatly bothered because he was not called to office properly. He accepted the call and is willing to serve, but he said his bishop did not consult his wife first and otherwise did not handle it properly.
When I respond to him, I will try to teach him something of the unwritten order of things as it relates to being a little patient with how things are done in the Church. In the first section of the Doctrine and Covenants, the Lord admonished every man to “speak in the name of God the Lord, even the Savior of the world” (D&C 1:20). I think I’ll point out to him that he may one day be a bishop, overburdened with problems in the ward and with an extra burden of personal cares, and suggest that he give now what he would appreciate receiving then.
Another point of order: Bishops should not yield the arrangement of meetings to members. They should not yield the arrangement for funerals or missionary farewells to families. It is not the proper order of things for members or families to expect to decide who will speak and for how long. Suggestions are in order, of course, but the bishop should not turn the meeting over to them. We are worried about the drift that is occurring in our meetings.
Funerals could and should be the most spiritually impressive. They are becoming informal family reunions in front of ward members. Often the Spirit is repulsed by humorous experiences or jokes when the time could be devoted to teaching the things of the Spirit, even the sacred things.
When the family insists that several family members speak in a funeral, we hear about the deceased instead of about the Atonement, the Resurrection, and the comforting promises revealed in the scriptures. Now it’s all right to have a family member speak at a funeral, but if they do, their remarks should be in keeping with the spirit of the meeting.
I have told my Brethren in that day when my funeral is held, if any of them who speak talk about me, I will raise up and correct them. The gospel is to be preached. I know of no meeting where the congregation is in a better state of readiness to receive revelation and inspiration from a speaker than they are at a funeral. This privilege is being taken away from us because we don’t understand the order of things—the unwritten order of things—that relates to the administration of the Church and the reception of the Spirit.
Our bishops should not give our meetings away. That is true of our missionary farewells. We’re deeply worried that they now have become kind of reunions in front of ward members. The depth of spiritual training and teaching which could go on is being lost. We have failed to remember that it is a sacrament meeting and that the bishop presides.
There are many things I could say about such matters as wearing Sunday best. Do you know what “Sunday best” means? It used to be the case. Now we see ever more informal, even slouchy, clothing in our meetings, even in sacrament meeting, that leads to informal and slouchy conduct.
It bothers me to see on a sacrament meeting program that Liz and Bill and Dave will participate. Ought it not be Elizabeth and William and David? It bothers me more to be asked to sustain Buck or Butch or Chuck to the high council. I just say, Can’t we have the full names on that important record? There is a formality, a dignity, that we are losing—and it is at great cost. There is something to what Paul said about doing things “decently and in order.”
Well, there is so much I want to tell you about the unwritten order of things, but then these are things that you must learn for yourself. If we could only put you in the circumstance where you begin to observe, begin to get that training, then you will know how the Church is to operate and why it operates that way. You will find that it conforms to the principles which are outlined in the scriptures. If you will just “treasure up in your minds continually the words of life,” the Lord will bless you and give “you in the very hour” what you should say and what you should do (D&C 84:85). Learn about this great pattern—the teachings that come to us from just watching and participating.
Soon after Spain had been opened for the preaching of the gospel, I was in Barcelona. Two of the first missionaries sent to Spain were sent to Barcelona to open the city. They had appealed to President Smith Griffin for forty chairs. He was in Paris at the time, and he didn’t know why they wanted forty chairs when they had no members. He hesitated at the expense, but he thought he would encourage the missionaries. So he approved the forty chairs.
When we arrived at the meeting hall, upstairs in a business building, the forty chairs were filled. There were people standing.
The elders had arranged for their first convert, a middle-aged man who worked in a fish market, to conduct the meeting. We watched as they taught him what to do, sometimes standing up to whisper to him.
Brother Byish nervously got through the meeting with their assistance. And then, as he stood to close, the Spirit of the Lord fell upon him and he preached with great power and at some length. It was an inspired testimony, an unforgettable moment.
The two young elders, both converts from South America, had somehow learned something of the unwritten order of things.
They were putting the Church in place in proper order in Barcelona. Now there are four stakes in that city.
And so it goes. The Lord uses the ordinary Saints, the rank and file, to move his work along.
Isn’t it strange that princes and kings
And clowns that caper in sawdust rings
And just plain folks like you and me
Are builders for eternity?
To each is given a bag of tools,
A shapeless mass and a book of rules,
And each must build ere life has flown,
A stumbling-block or a stepping stone.
· R. L. Sharpe, “Stumbling-Block or Stepping Stone”
The Church will move on, and it moves on just because the rank and file learn by observation, learn by teaching, learn by experience. Most of all, we learn because we are motivated by the Spirit. One day, of course, you who are young now will lead the Church. If in the intervening time you will learn and study the unwritten order of things, the power of the Lord will be upon you to the end that you might be the useful servant.
I bear witness that this is His Church, The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints and, as the Lord said, that all “might speak in the name of God the Lord, even the Savior of the world” (D&C 1:20).
I invoke his blessings upon you and bear witness to you in the name of Jesus Christ, amen

This platform is meant to inspire, uplift, and edify all the Church members and those not of our fait The stake was organised January 22, 2017, by Elders S.

The Kampala Uganda South stake of Zion is one of the three Stakes that we have in Uganda. It's comprised of 8 units(7 wards and 1 branch):- Kabowa ward, Nsambya ward, Entebbe ward, Makindye ward, Kajjansi 2nd branch,Mengo ward,Kajjansi 1st ward, and Kansanga ward. Mark Palmer and Tasar Makasi under the direction of the First presidency and Quorum of the Twelve Apostles. And as such we will not stop here but... "'Zion must grow and increase her stakes''

Operating as usual


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Makindye ward was re-organized yesterday. Bishop Baryamujura and his councilors were released yesterday and Nils Bergeson called as the Bishop.

We express our appreciation for the good work done by Bishop Baryamujura Gerald and his two councilors and do welcome the newly called Bishop with his two councilors Brother Emmanuel Bandi first councilor - right and brother Joseph Nkalubo Mukasa second councilor - left.


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Photos from Patrick M. Kikulwe's post 25/08/2022

Photos from Patrick M. Kikulwe's post


Dear All,

Kindly note that stake conference is taking place this weekend at the Kabowa stake center. Bring along all your family and friends.

Photos from Patrick M. Kikulwe's post 12/08/2022

Photos from Patrick M. Kikulwe's post


We Talk of Christ

May we always


February 12-13

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Beloved Stake and Ward/Branch leaders,

Help the youth (ages 14-18) to register for and take part in the upcoming Uganda 'For the Strength of Youth' (FSY) Conference.

Registration for Youth Begins February 1, 2022. And you will need to approve whoever registers.

Visit fsy.ChurchofJesusChrist.org to register, and approve (for leaders)

Contact for inquiries:

President and Sister Kikulwe
Logistics Administrators
+256 703 848803 / +256 777 740641



📢 Uganda FSY Conference of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints is here!

🇺🇬Are you from Uganda?
👨🏽👩🏿Are you male returned missionary or female Latter-day Saint YSA?
🔞Are you within the 19-31yrs age bracket? Then this is for you!

✍🏽Register to serve as a YSA Counselor as soon as possible by clicking on the link below
👉 https://buff.ly/3te3wMk

Contact 0703 848803/0777740641 for questions


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The FSY Uganda Conference is here!

If you're in the age bracket of 19-31yrs, this is your time to get your name on the list.

All you have to do is visit👇🏽
FSY.ChurchofJesusChrist.org and then, ask your priesthood leader 🛐 to approve your registration.

That's it! 😀😀😀

Its happening this August so hurry and register NOW!

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Date: August 22-26 and August 28-September 02, 2022.

Registration is ongoing for All YSAs of The Church at the link below

Venue will be announced soon.

For inquiries contact:

President Kikulwe
📞0703 848803
✉️ [email protected]

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Dear Young Single Adults (YSAs) of Uganda,

Hurry and register for and take part in the upcoming Uganda 'For the Strength of Youth' (FSY) Conference of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.

Scheduled for August 22 through September 02, 2022.

You should be between 19-31yrs to take part as Counselors.

NB: Males are required to be returned Missionaries.

Visit fsy.ChurchofJesusChrist.org to register.

For any inquiries please contact:

President Kikulwe
+256 703 848803
[email protected]

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📢 For the Strength of Youth CONFERENCE this August!

Get Registered NOW! and SHARE ❗

LINK to Register 👇🏽👇🏽👇🏽

Young Single Adults (19-31yrs) as Counselors.

For more details contact:

President Kikulwe
+256 703 848803
[email protected]

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Dear leaders and Parents,

The 'For the Strength of Youth' (FSY) Conference of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints is back! 💪🏽

Register 📝 your Youth of 14-18yrs to take part this year in August during school holidays!

🌐 Just visit this link 📲🖱️
fsy.ChurchofJesusChrist.org and follow the instructions under "Uganda"

And that's not all ❗
Young Single Adults (19-31yrs) can register too to take part as Counselors to help guide the youth.

For more details kindly reach:

President Kikulwe
+256 703 848803
[email protected]

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Beloved Stake/District Presidents, Bishops and Branch Presidents,

Kindly help the youth (ages 14-18) to register for and take part in the upcoming Uganda 'For the Strength of Youth' (FSY) Conference of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.

Scheduled for August 22 through September 02, 2022.

Additionally, we invite you to inform all the YSAs (ages 19-31) in your units to register for the same event to take part as Counselors.

NB: YSA Males are required to be returned Missionaries but females are not.

Visit fsy.ChurchofJesusChrist.org to register.

For any inquiries please contact:

President Kikulwe
+256 703 848803
[email protected]



I’m sure many of you are setting aside time today to write down your resolutions for the coming year. May I make a few suggestions?

First, resolve to strengthen your spiritual foundation. This may involve setting a specific time and place to study the scriptures, praying more often, making temple worship a bigger priority, and letting God prevail in all aspects of your life.

Second, resolve to be kind to others. When the Savior Jesus Christ visited the Americas, as recorded in the Book of Mormon, one of the first things He taught was the need to eliminate contention in our lives. So, please be compassionate, be understanding, be slow to judge, and be quick to forgive.

Third, resolve to be resolute. The Lord loves effort. The Lord loves consistency. The Lord loves steadfastness. While we surely will come up short from time to time, our persistent efforts to hear Him and follow the inspiration He gives us will help us to “wax strong in the Spirit” (Mosiah 18:26).

May God bless you, my dear friends, and may this be a wonderful year of purpose and possibilities for all of us.


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The Light of Christmas

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The Church Will Open a New Mission in Africa in July 2022.

The Rwanda Kigali Mission will be the 39th mission in Africa and the 409th

The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints is creating a new mission in Africa. The Rwanda Kigali Mission will open in July 2022. It will be created from three existing missions: the Democratic Republic of the Congo Kinshasa East, Democratic Republic of the Congo Lubumbashi and Uganda Kampala Missions.

Kigali is the capital city of Rwanda and has the largest population of any city in the country. The Church currently has three branches in Rwanda.

A mission president and companion of the Rwanda Kigali Mission will be announced in January 2022.

This will be the 39th mission in Africa and the 409th worldwide.


"His law decrees that the only legitimate union of man and woman is between husband and wife. For, should that expression of love result in conception, marriage provides shelter for the child who enters mortality innocent and helpless. Marriage ensures security and happiness for parents as well"

Boyd K. Packer | Little Children, Oct 1986



Timeline photos 16/11/2021

In an hour's time, we'll be live!!!

To watch, search for:
"Church of Jesus Christ - Africa South Area" page.

Photos from Kabowa Ward- Stake Centre's post 13/11/2021

Photos from Kabowa Ward- Stake Centre's post

Timeline photos 12/11/2021

The spirit was highly felt, new leaders were called, others released and appreciated for their service, and Stake conference was adjourned.
What are you planning to do to prepare for the next Stake conference which is scheduled for February 2022?

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Everyone is eligible 09/11/2021

Everyone is eligible

Hurry please!

Everyone is eligible At BYU-Pathway, higher education means more than earning a degree. It means being inspired from on high through gospel-centered courses.

Timeline photos 08/11/2021

This Sunday we shall be at the Kansanga Ward conference of the Kampala Uganda South Stake. Meeting will start at 10:00am and lessons will be conducted by Stake leaders. Bishop Balyejusa and President Kilama(SP) will be the speakers of the day.
All members of the Ward are invited together with your friends.
Come and see.

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Timeline photos 05/11/2021

At the recently concluded General Conference of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, what did you learn? What were you inspired to do to change in order to live a better life of discipleship?

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Dear brothers and Sisters,

This is to inform you about the Makindye Ward conference that will take place Sunday, October 31, starting from 10:00am.

You are invited to come and see.

Stake leaders will facilitate the classes.

See you all there.


🚨 Welcome back! 🚨

From Stake Conference yesterday and thank you for responding to the invitation to be spiritually fed, from on high.
It was a spirit-filled and an edifying conference.

We now have adjourned it till February 2022.

Until next year, stay well and safe, keep keeping on, love God, keep His commandments, and you will prosper in all your righteous endeavors.

Have a lovely week.



The First ever BYU-Pathway Worldwide/BYU-Idaho graduation 🎓 for the pioneer students was held on Saturday 9th October 2021(on Uganda's independence day).

It was a multi-stake graduation ceremony of the Kampala Uganda North and South Stakes. It was presided over by Elder Frederick Kamya (AFC Area Seventy), who also handed over the Certificates to 65 students who started pathway in the Fall 2019 (September 2019) Semester.

Also in attendance, were the two Stake Presidents for Kampala Uganda South Stake (President Silva Kilama) and Kampala Uganda North Stake (President Frederick Kyambadde).


Among the Pathway graduates were Stake Presidency members, Bishopric members and Pathway Missionaries from both Stakes.

_Congratulations 🎊 to our wonderful missionaries, who made sure all this could be realized._

By Elder David B. Kalibbala
Zone Leader, BYU-Pathway Worldwide
Uganda Rwanda Zone

Timeline photos 03/10/2021

It is upon the rock of our Redeemer, who is Christ...

If you and I are to withstand the forthcoming perils and pressures, it is imperative that we each have a firm spiritual foundation built upon the rock of our Redeemer, Jesus Christ.

So, I ask each of you, “How firm is your foundation? And what reinforcement to your testimony and understanding of the gospel is needed?”

The temple lies at the center of strengthening our faith and spiritual fortitude because the Savior and His doctrine are the very heart of the temple. Everything taught in the temple, through instruction and through the Spirit, increases our understanding of Jesus Christ.

When renovations on the Salt Lake Temple are completed, there will be no safer place during an earthquake in the Salt Lake Valley than inside that temple.

Likewise, whenever any kind of upheaval occurs in your life, the safest place to be spiritually is living inside your temple covenants!

Please believe me when I say that when your spiritual foundation is built solidly upon Jesus Christ, you have no need to fear. As you are true to your covenants made in the temple, you will be strengthened by His power. Then, when spiritual earthquakes occur, you will be able to stand strong because your spiritual foundation is solid and immovable.



And today, we have had yet another historic moment!


Bishop Dan M. Balyejusa has been called to serve as the New Bishop of the Kansanga Ward of the Kampala Uganda South Stake of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints , with Brother Emmanuel Ekeesit as his First Counselor and...

We welcome you brethren to this new responsibility and we call upon the Lord's blessings upon you in rich abundance, that you may be able to serve Him well.

We also would like to thank the previous Bishopric (Ronald, Daniel, and Emmanuel) for the marvelous work they have done for the Lord.

To a few who have been witnesses to this event, thank you for your time and love for the Lord.

God be with you all, especially the New Bishopric of Kansanga Ward.



Prophets, living...


On September 11, 2021, the groundbreaking ceremony will be held for the Nairobi Kenya Temple. Elder Joseph W. Sitati, Africa Central Area president, will preside at the event. The location of the temple will be released later. There are currently two stakes and six districts organized in the country of Kenya with both stakes headquartered in the capital city of Nairobi. Plans to construct the temple were announced in the April 2017 General Conference. (Photo: Intellectual Reserve, Inc.)


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The First Presidency of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints has revised the conditions in which Church officers may perform civil marriages between a man and a woman.

Effective immediately, mission presidents, stake presidents, district presidents, bishops and branch presidents may officiate civil marriage only in the following circumstances:

At least one of the couple — either the bride or groom — is a member of the Church.
Either the bride’s or the groom’s membership record is assigned to the unit over which the Church officer presides.

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