Our History

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Mityana Full Gospel Church (M.F.G.C) was started in 1963 when a police officer from Mityana Police station heard the Gospel being preached in Kampala at Nsambya and witnessed miracles being performed. He requested the preachers that the same Gospel be taken to Mityana. The Missionaries sent Rev. Joe Kayo and the team to go to Mityana. A big Crusade was held at Mityana Police Station for some days which attracted many people in attendance, miracles and signs were performed in the name of the Risen Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ, and a number of people got saved including the wife of the then “Owessaza lye Mityana”. (The wife to the then Mityana county chief). From there, the County Chief offered a community building (Kitawuluzi) for the people who had gotten saved to fellowship in temporarily, shortly after they fellowshipped in Mr. and Mrs. Mayanja Erinest Maize Mill building. After the Church had been started, the missionaries sent Pastor Yoweri Ssenkubuge to lead the Church. Initially, the Church started with 5 people and these were, Mr. Mayanja Erinest, Mrs. Mayanja, Miss Juliana, Mr. Ssebanakirya and Pastor Ssenkubuge Yoweri.

When the number of believers increased, Mr. Mayanja Erinest (RIP) donated a land of 2 acres where a temporary Church sanctuary was built for three years. The Missionary Rev. Layzell under Gospel Mission to Uganda (GMU) donated the money to construct a permanent Church and the Pastor’s house which is currently working as the office block for the Church. These two buildings were funded by Gospel Mission to Uganda

Pastor Ssenkubuge Joel led the Church until 1997 when another pastor Rev. Patrick Ndyanabo God used him to teach the word of God and encouraged a Christian lifestyle. Pastor Ndyanabo raised and mentored one of the young men from the Church called Robert Mponye. He encouraged him to go for a theological training at Glad Tidings Bible College in Kampala.

Pastor Patrick Ndyanabo had and still has a calling for teaching ministry so he was invited to be the Dean of students at Glad Tidings Bible College in Kampala, and so he had to hand the Pastoral ministry of the church to Pastor Robert Mponye in August 1997. Pastor Robert led

M.F.G.C from August 1997 to November 2004. God used him as well for he had a zeal for Evangelism, and as a result, many people got saved and the Church sanctuary could not accommodate the increasing numbers, so the church building was expanded in 2002. Pastor Robert moved on and started another ministry called Kings Kid Ministry International, and then Pastor Norah Nakabugo took over from him since November 2004 to date.

The current Pastoral team includes Ms Norah Nakabugo the Lead Pastor, Mr Daniel Buyinza in Charge of the Marrieds and projects, Mr Kaboggoza Yosia in Charge of Elderly and Mr Ssempangi Cephas in Charge of Church Development.


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