28 November 2013

In yet another historic even, the Seventh Bishop of the Diocese of Northern Uganda on 26th November installed Seven Canons in a colourful ceremony held at Keyo Musalaba.  Those made canons  includes three priests and four lay: Rev Canon Willy Akena - Chaplain to the Bishop, Rev, Odora Willy Francis-Mission Co-ordinator, Rev. Canon Akuta Wilson-Archdeacon of Aswa, and four lay canons( Canon John Stephen Odong Onyango-former headteacher of Gulu High School), Canon Abednego Ongom former MP for Omoro Country, Mrs Christine Onyango-  Mothers Union President, and Mrs Doreen Avola- Mothers Union treasurer.
Keyo Musalaba is where the first Missionaries of the CMS preached the Gospel in Acholi land.
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From left to right, Willy Akena, John Stephen Odong Onyango, Akuta Wilson, Odora Willy Francis, Bishop Johnson, Doreen Avola, Christine Onyango and Abednego Ongom

14 November 2013

28 Lay Readers Commissioned

A total of 28 Lay Readers were commissioned on Sunday November 10th 2013 in  a colourful ceremony held at the Janani Luwum Theological College. While delevering a sermon, the Rev. Canon Ayela Okot Othniel Labeja appealed to the Lay Readers to devote their time in serving God. He also challenged the spouses to allow the Lay Readers do the Lord's Work instead of pulling them down with family issues.
All this is happened under the wise leadership of Sandra Earixson -the College Principal. The College was closed for some years and just re-opened this year. Archbishop Janani Luwum Theological College is offering Lay Readers, Certificate as well as Diplo
ma in Theology of Uganda Christian University