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 Church of Uganda works with a variety of local partners to help further the mission of Jesus Christ. Some of COU’s key local partners are listed below:
Africa Evangelistic Enterprise evangelizes the cities of Africa through word and deed. Each year, AEE partners with the Church of Uganda to conduct city and town-wide missions incorporating evangelism, aid, and development.
Alpha Uganda works with the Church of Uganda to offer ten week interactive courses allowing participants to explore the Christian faith, the big questions of life, and issues such as marriage and parenting.
BUILD is an in-service training initiative for grassroots pastors and key local church leaders in the global South that helps them serve their congregations and communities more effectively.
Church Mission Society Africa (CMS Africa) envisions, equips and mobilises leaders in and out of the church towards holistic mission. CMS Africa works closely with the Church of Uganda in facilitating seminars for holistic community development.
FOCUS Uganda is committed to evangelize and disciple students and graduates from Universities and Colleges into mature Christians who can impact their society.
Inter-Religious Council of Uganda (IRCU) brings together different religious institutions to promote peace and address issues of common interest such as: national reconciliation, human rights, care of orphans and vulnerable children, HIV Prevention and more.
Navigators Uganda partners with the Church of Uganda to help members study the Bible, develop their prayer life, and memorize and apply God’s word in their lives. Their local chapter is based at All Saints’ Cathedral, Kampala (+256 414 342 128).
Rooted in Jesus is a practical and interactive Christian discipleship course written for ordinary African Christians. The Church of Uganda encourages use of the Rooted in Jesus curriculum to help members of local churches grow in their faith.
Scripture Union nurtures children and youth and helps people engage with the Bible so that they may follow Christ and be instrumental in transforming Africa.
Uganda Bible Society serves churches and the general public by making the Holy Scriptures available in languages that people understand best.
Uganda Joint Christian Council (UJCC) was established after Uganda’s independence in 1962 and is comprised of The Church of Uganda, The Roman Catholic Church and the Uganda Orthodox Church, which together constitute about 78% of Uganda’s population. The UJCC promotes understanding and unity, encourages Christian witness and harmony, and promotes action in areas of common interest such as economic development.
Words of Hope Radio Ministry was established in 2006 as a partnership involving the Church of Uganda, Uganda Christian University and Words of Hope. The station produces and broadcasts the Good News of Jesus Christ in the languages of Luganda, English, and Luo.