MUKONO DIOCESE HAS COMMISSIONED 48 LAY READERS. BISHOP SSEBAGGALA ENCOURAGED THEM TO BE EXEMPLARY MOSTLY THROUGH FARMING
The commissioned team trained at Grover Wilcox School of Mission and Evangelism located in Bukoba Archdeaconry and officially set off at Mukono Diocese synod Hall, Our Lord the Bishop James William Ssebaggala asked them to be exemplary before their congregants taking a stand on farming to fight famine and food scarcity in families basing on hoes gifted to them.
Bishop Ssebaggala went further and tasked Lay readers to be Diocesan ambassadors in church schools to be opened soon following standard operating procedures and churches too since Covid-19 is not ending soon. While the Archdeacon of Nateete Ven Rev Godfrey BK Buwembo from Namirembe Diocese preached and encouraged Lay readers to be trust worthy and good stewards who are self-supportive since these days Christians need ministers who are well to do and self-sustaining. He added by informing that after their send off, they need to know the church criteria and that one who called them to ministry therefore in the world; they have gone to fight Satan and have to triumph because God called them to do so.
The Director Grover Wilcox School of Mission and Evangelism Ven Rev Wilson Kisekka the Archdeacon of Bukoba enlightened why they have not gathered from Nakanyonyi due to the pandemic, and assured celebrants to receive level III certificates after more research.
While the principal of Grover Wilcox School of Mission and Evangelism explained how they received 49 students but 48 managed to accomplish well and commissioned.