The Church of Uganda is a Jesus-loving, Bible-believing, Spirit-filled Anglican Church engaged in the mission of Jesus Christ in today’s world.
The mission of the Provincial Secretariat Office is to support the Church through empowerment and faithful stewardship.
The Provincial Secretariat is overseen by the Archbishop of the Church of Uganda, with day-to-day affairs managed by the Provincial Secretary and a management team of Directors of the Seven Directorates.
The Acting Provincial Secretary is Rev. Canon Captain Titus Baraka. He also serves as the Provincial Coordinator for Mission and Evangelism and took on the role of Acting Provincial Secretary on 1st September 2017.
Canon Titus was commissioned as a Captain in the evangelistic organization known as the Church Army. He received his Master of Theology degree from Western Theological Seminary in Holland, Michigan (USA). He is passionate about preaching, evangelism, and counseling. For more biographical information about Canon Titus, click here.
It is the duty of the Provincial Secretariat to ensure the implementation of resolutions adopted by the biennial Provincial Assembly.
The Provincial Secretariat has seven Directorates through which the coordination of ministry throughout all the Dioceses is handled. The Directorates are
- Mission and Outreach
- Household and Community Transformation
- Finance, Planning, and Investment
- Management Support Services
- Audit and Assurance Services
Land Management for the Church of Uganda is handled by the Church Commissioners Holding Company, Ltd.