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Ebenezer! 1 Samuel 7:12; ……, and called its name Ebenezer, saying, “Thus far the Lord has helped us.” United Christian Center (UCC) makes 25 years. We give glory to God and are truly grateful for His Grace and mercies that are new every morning. I take this opportunity to welcome the entire UCC family and community to this new season where God is doing a new work in our midst. We appreciate our vision bearer Apostle Stephen Senfuma for his courageous, visionary and Holy Spirit inspired leadership that has borne thriving fruits all these years.


The future of the Nation is wrapped in the bundles of Destiny- THE CHILDREN. Raising a God fearing generation is the greatest Justice one would ever do to the Nation. As parents, we have the responsibility over every child we bear but the church also has a part to play in the Spiritual impartation on them. No wonder, United Christian Centre has an arena created in which the children are catered for spiritually and cognitively, that’s “THE CHILDREN’S CHURCH”.

Because every child has a different calling upon their lives, they face different confrontations in their journey of life. But then, many may ask, “Who is A CHILD? “A child is a genuine innocent being”, says Pr. Denis Musoke, Children’s Church pastor.


It started as a Day Care Centre in 2012 in Nansana for children from 6months to 5 years as Stevour Day Care but God did not allow it . We later got another place in Kammengo and this ti me round with a secondary school dream but after we had reached the ground level with buildings, we could not move on.

With a commitment to the Lord to uphold the vision of attaining “A Renewed Innerman to the full Stature of Christ” and seeing man achieving all he deserves physically, emotionally as well as socially through Godly blessings, in the many encounters with the divine Master through dreams, Bishop Stephen Senfuma had a dream in which he had a trumpet he was blowing yet with a plunk tagged through his ribs in essence to regulate all that would go through the trumpet given to him by God.

By 2010, UCC Kasubi was ministering to over 500 children (Omuntu W’Omunda CDC and UCC Sunday school). Majority of these children had to cross a busy road (either Hoima or Bombo highway) to reach the nearest primary schools in the community. There was therefore an urgent need for quality, affordable and accessible primary education.