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Bishop Luwalira's Profile

Namirembe Diocese is the oldest diocese in the province of the church of Uganda and its centrally located. It started in 1897 as the diocese of Uganda until it acquired the Name “ Namirembe Diocese” in 1960. It covers the district of Wakiso, Kalangala and parts of Kampala city. It is comprised of 1 cathedral deanery, 6 Arcdeaconaries, 62 parishes and 342 local churches (congregations).

Guiding Philosophy

I came that they might have life and have it in fullness (John 10:10)

Vision

A Christ centered church Equipped for transforming mission among people

Mission

Promoting Evangelical Christianity through teaching, nurturing, healing, caring and empowering all our church members. Read More


  • St. PAUL’S CATHEDRAL NAMIREMBE CANONS OFFICIALLY INSTALLED.
    Bishop Wilberforce kityo Luwalira presided over the official installation of the new st. Paul’s cathedral Namirembe canons in a colourful service held on 6th December 2020 […]
  • MENGO ARCHDEACONRY GETS NEW ARCHDEACON
    INDUCTION OF VEN. CANON ISAAC MEMBE KIJJAMBU AS THE ARCHDEACON OF MENGO ARCHDEACONRY. On 21st March 2021 thousands of Christians from Namirembe Diocese and beyond attended […]
  • 60 YEARS OF SELF-GOVERNANCE.
    At the invitation of Kabaka Mutesa I of the Buganda Kingdom, the first missionaries from the British Church Missionary Society (CMS) arrived in Uganda in 1877 […]
  • BISHOP CONDEMNS SECURITY BRUTALITY ON UGANDANS
    Bishop Wilberforce Kityo Luwalira has strongly condemned the extreme force and brutal methods used by the security forces on Ugandans. The Bishop sympathized with Ugandans who […]