About Us

History

Language is critical to consciousness, culture, and participation in society. Many migrants living in the UK speak English as a second or third language, and yearn to be part of a community where they can articulate themselves efficiently, effectively and fluidly, without constant self consciousness and fear of criticism about use of the correct phrase, saying or vocabulary – which limits social participation. The need to worship in a language people understand most was a founding principle of Okusinza mu Luganda.

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Our Mission

"We are a faster growing sustainable christ centred Church of England by Bishop's Mission Order, worshipping in Luganda Language, which is widely spoken by the Bantu people in Uganda. we are based at St, John's Church , Waterloo, Parish, in Southwark Diocese. Our Anglican Worship is on the first Sunday of each Month, and this has been our custom for nearly 30 years.........

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Bishop Mission Order

On Sunday 4 March, a 21 year journey came to an end when the Bishop of Southwark, the Rt Revd Christopher Chessun, inaugurated the Bishop's Mission Order which formally recognised Okusinza mu Luganda (To Worship in Luganda) as part of the Church of England in Southwark Diocese. At the same service, the Revd Dr Godfrey Kaziro was licensed as leader of the new congregation.

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Services

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The Committee

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