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.
Canon Kasangaki received Jesus Christ as his personal Lord and Saviour and was born again on 9th December 1979 and has been serving as Assistant Chaplain of Uganda Christian University since 2009. Prior to that, he served as Diocesan Secretary of Masindi-Kitara Diocese. He has also served as a parish priest, School Chaplain, a Field Worker with LIFE Ministry, and Diocesan Secretary in Bunyoro-Kitara Diocese, the mother Diocese of Masindi-Kitara Diocese.
Canon Kasangaki received a Master of Arts Degree from Redcliffe College, UK, through the University of Gloucester. He also holds a Post-Graduate Diploma in Education and a Bachelor in Divinity, both from Uganda Christian University. He has also received training in Management through Corat Africa.
The election was made by the House of Bishops of the Church of Uganda sitting at Uganda Christian University on 23rd August 2012.
Canon Kasangaki is married with five children. He will succeed the Rt. Rev. Stanley Ntagali who has served as the 1st Diocesan Bishop since 2004. Bishop Ntagali was elected Archbishop of the Church of Uganda in July and will be enthroned on 16th December 2012 and move to Kampala.