Colville street next to Communications House - +256 414 241 505
Has daily services of 7:30 AM, 1:00PM AND 5:30 PM, its under the main catholic church called Rubaga Cathedral
Rubaga Cathedral, Kampala, Uganda
Rubaga Hill, P.O.Box 14241, Kampala - +256 414 258112
The Rubaga Cathedral also known as St. Mary's Catholic Cathedral, which is a magnificent edifice standing on a hill overlooking the city.
Rubaga Cathedral: Built at the beginning of the century, the magnificent St. Mary's Catholic Cathedral stands on Rubaga Hill, overlooking the city. Rubaga cathedral is a catholic church.
Being the oldest and most centrally located Diocese in Uganda, Namirembe plays an outstanding role in gauging the life and spirit of the whole church in general as far as Uganda is concerned.Namirembe is the oldest, among the 29 Diocese of the Anglican Church of the Province of Uganda.
Namirembe Diocese is the oldest, among the 29 Dioceses of the Anglican Church of the Province of Uganda.Code named "mother diocese", Namirembe celebrated 100 years of existence in 1997
All Saintsí Cathedral is the seat of Kampala Diocese in the Church of Uganda, created out of Namirembe Diocese in 1972 to provide a pastoral area for the Archbishop of the Church of Uganda. The then All Saints Chapel, built in 1914, now caters for the major power centers and important public institutions such as Parliament, the High Court, Makerere University and Mulago Hospital. It has over 2000 parishioners.
Uganda Martyrs Shrine Namugongo, Kampala, Uganda
Pope Paul VIís Rd, Namugongo P.O.Box 2055, Kampala - +256 285 504
The Namugongo Uganda Martyrs Shrine is about a 20 minutes drive from Kampala, the capital of Uganda. Christianity was foreign to the people living in this heart of Africa until 1800s when it for ever left a mark at Namugongo and the life of Africa. On 3 June 1886, thirty-two young men, pages of the court of King Mwanga of Buganda, were burned to death at Namugongo for their refusal to renounce Christianity. In the following months many other Christians throughout the country died by spear or fire for their faith.
Bahai House of Worship, Kampala Uganda
Kikaya, Kampala, Uganda - +256 41 540511
Construction of the Uganda House of Worship, located on Kikaya Hill on the outskirts of Kampala, began in 1958 and was completed in 1962. The interior woodwork and colored glass windows create a vibrant hall of ambers, blues, greens and whites. When the nine large entrance doors are opened, the interior appears to merge with the sun-drenched fields and blue and white skies-a reminder of the oneness of God's creation.
Miracle Center Cathedral, Kampala Uganda
Highway Of Holliness P. O. BOX 1680, Kampala, Uganda - +256-77-451-708, +256-77-435-162, +256-77-403-895
A wonder in itself, the state of the art miracle center cathedral is situated in Kampala Uganda. It's the biggest church auditorium in East and Central Africa seating 10,500 people. Built in the valley, the glass cathedral fills up every weekend with people who turn up for services. The cathedral runs five (5) services every weekend, one service on Saturday at 5:30pm and four services on Sunday at 8:30 am, 10:30, 12:30pm and 5:30pm plus a midweek service on Wednesday at 5:30pm. Up to 2000 University students attend the Saturday service.
Kampala Pentecostal (WATOTO) Church, Kampala
87, Kampala Road - +256 345 125
On Easter Sunday April 22nd 1984, Kampala Pentecostal Church was born in the Crystal Suite of the Imperial Hotel. Seventy five people attended the first service including Gary and Marilyn Skinner and their Children Timothy, Rachel and James. With a humble beginning, commitment of the leadership and congregation, and Gods Blessing, KPC has experienced tremendous growth and has been fulfilling God's Vision of being an English-speaking Community Church which celebrates the Sovereignty of Christ while bringing healing to the city and the nation. The First challenge Pastor Gary and the leadership faced was to find a home for the church whose membership was doubling by the day.
Muslim Supreme Council (Old Kampala Mosque), Kampala, Uganda
It is the mother Organization and governing body of Muslims in Uganda.Unifying organization of 6 million Muslims in Uganda.Supervising the activities of the 7000 mosques in the country. Led by the Grand Mufti Sh.Shaban Ramadhan Mubaje....
Kibuli Mosque, Kampala Uganda
Kibuli Hill, Kampala -
Kibuli Mosque is one of the biggest mosques of Uganda with a beautiful view over Kampala. For a small fee you can visit the mosque and the towers as well. Prayers are held five times a day and you can hear it from far.