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Follow UMUCCA COVID-19 Updates Below

Uganda Martyrs United Church of Canada

Pastoral Services

Join us every Sunday at 4:00 PM

Bible Studies

Improve your spiritual life and christian faith

Youth and Young Adults

Young people are the leaders of today and tomorrow

Outreach Ministry

Feeding the homeless and food bank drive

UMUCCA since 1992 celebrated 25 years as a Silver Jubilee

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UMUCCA and DCI Choirs celebrate Christmas Carols Extravaganza

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The Children's Ministry members.

UMUCCA Children's Christmas Performance

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Uganda Martyrs Sunday School

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Outreach Ministry

Feeding the homeless and food bank drive

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UMUCCA Women's Ministry

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The YAYA Team

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The Children's Ministry members.
See more photos in the Photo Gallery

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Uganda Martyrs

23 Anglican and 22 Catholic Uganda martyrs,
who died for their belief in Christianity in the years
between 1885 – to – 1887.

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Uganda Martyrs

Welcome to Uganda Martyrs United Church of Canada

Welcome, and thank you for visiting Uganda Martyrs United Church of Canada website. We hope and pray that the information on this website will inspire you to come and worship with us in our Sunday service.

Feel free to browse and explore more information about our church.

We will be humbled and blessed with your presence in the name of Jesus Christ when you come and praise the lord with us.

Worship Time:

Sundays at 4:00 pm – 6:00 pm

Uganda Martyrs United Church of Canada  Church office at 416-652-9470

2799 Weston, North York, ON M9M 2R8

 

During COVID-19 Special Prayers on Thursdays from 9:00 p.m to 10:00 p.m

Dear Brothers and Sisters,

Prayer, simply put is talking with God.  We could be praising Him (Adoration), asking for forgiveness (Confession), showing gratitude (Thanksgiving) and asking for favours (Supplication).  Whatever is on your mind to pray for, you are welcome to join us on Zoom each Thursday from 9:00 p.m to 10:00 p.m starting this Thursday (May 7, 2020).
 
During this hour, we will be praying with and for each other.  There will be opportunity for open prayer requests as well as private requests. If you have any questions please call:
Pastor Eddie Jjumba  - 416 837 1790
George Ngogolo – 416 628 7094
Kareem Kaliba – 416 856 5410

 

Executive Director Message:

Our Church will remain CLOSED until clear guidelines have been put in place by our local government.

Dear Brothers and Sisters in Christ

Discussion about COVID-19 is growing as confirmed cases of COVID-19 (coronavirus) continue to spread. As a church, we continue to be vigilant, prepare and help our communities of faith plan for contingencies that may or may not arise, realizing that planning ahead is a way to reduce anxiety. We urge you to respond to COVID-19 with compassion, prevention, and prayer.

We know that the people affected include not only those infected by the COVID-19 virus but also their families, friends, co-workers, and community members. We mourn with people whose loved ones have died, who have lost their livelihood through the growing economic impact, who have lost community through self-isolation and limited travel, and, who have lost a sense of security through fear of contamination or racial discrimination.

We also offer our prayers of thanksgiving for the professionals who are providing leadership in the treatment and containment of the virus. And our prayers of concern for those who put at risk their personal health to serve and support others, especially those who are most vulnerable.

As a faith community and leaders, we can familiarize ourselves with the guidelines outlined in our local and government plans ensure that people are able to seek comfort and help in recommended places. Our church will remain CLOSED until clear guidelines have been put in place by our local government.

By mirroring the compassionate presence of Christ and providing clear and specific information, we can all help to mitigate the spreading fear around COVID-19 by doing the following;

  • seek and share stories from those most affected by the virus, praying with our kin around the world
  • repudiate and dispel all comments about COVID-19 that are prejudiced or racist, or that attach COVID-19 to a race or ethnicity
  • practice and model good personal hygiene by washing our hands often, coughing or sneezing into our sleeves, and avoiding touching our face or the faces of those who are most vulnerable
  • educate our community and family members on how they can prevent the spread of viruses

Our faithful response of compassion and prevention needs to be surrounded and guided by our continual prayer for the well-being of all people. We will keep you posted.

Stay safe, stay blessed and stay home.


Innocent Karuhanga
Executive Director - UMUCCA

 

 

Pastor Olango Bible Messages

2 John 1-13     To accommodate those who deprave the doctrine of Christ injures our own orthodox witness. 

  •  An Army of Insect Soldiers   Joel 2 is a more complete description of this nation of insects that has overrun Judea, describing the individual soldiers and their actions. 

  • Three ways of standing firm in your faith   “I waited patiently for the LORD; he turned to me and heard my cry. He lifted me out of the slimy pit, out of the mud and mire; he set my feet upon a rock and gave me a firm place to stand”.

  • A GREAT EARTHQUAKE.   No man has more religion than he can show in time of adversity. The jail was a test of the Christian character of Paul and Silas. The way they stood the test, not only exalts them as Christian heroes, but also shows what power there is in the religion of Jesus.

  • Jehoshaphat's alliance with Ahab.   This history we read in 1 Kings 22. Abundant riches and honour give large opportunities of doing good, but they are attended with many snares and temptations.

Upcoming Events

25Oct
Sunday Service
25 Oct 2020
04:00PM - 06:00PM
01Nov
Sunday Service
01 Nov 2020
04:00PM - 06:00PM
08Nov
Sunday Service
08 Nov 2020
04:00PM - 06:00PM
12Nov
Memorial Service
12 Nov 2020
04:00PM - 06:00PM
15Nov
Sunday Service
15 Nov 2020
04:00PM - 06:00PM

Events Calendar

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Rental information(Click on Services menu for details)

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Front Side of the Church

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West Side with the spacious backyard

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Parking is located at the back

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Parking is also available on the street

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Parking is available on the street-right side

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Reception Hall

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Sitting Arrangement - Right Side

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Sitting Arrangement - Left Side

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Self-Serve Table

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Exit-Backdoor: Washrooms on Left (M) and Right (F)

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Reception Hall and Sitting Arrangement

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Exit Back-Door and Washrooms

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Enter the Kitchen Area

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Clean kitchen area

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The Dishwasher

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Refrigerator and Cooler on site

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Clean Microwaves

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Kitchen Sink

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Kitchen Area Expanded

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Small Office for meetings

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Small Office for meetings