Our Vision

A Unified, Coordinated, Vibrant and Growing Pentecostal Church Movement in Uganda accomplishing the Great Commission

ABOUT NFBPC
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Meet NFBPC Leadership

Our Leadership Structure, Committees and Current Leadership NFBPC has a secretariat and governing councils serving at National, Regional, Provincial, District and Sub-county levels (that is, REC, PGC, DGC and SCGC respectively).

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The Proposed 7-storeyed NFBPC Headquarters. NFBPC Fellowship Home Learn more Uganda Christian Lawyers

NFBPC brings together christian lawyers equiping them with godly skills in relation to justice. In set, a group of christian lawyers attending a conference at Imperial Royale Hotel

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Electing New Leaders

NFBPC General elections (Electing of new leaders) happening at Redeemed Church Makerere. In set are (Pr. Kiganda, Ap. Alex Mitala, Bishop Joshua Lwere.

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Bishop Joshua Lwere being prayed for by Minister of Health (Dr. Jane Ruth Acheng), Permanent Secretary Ministry of Health (Dr. Diana Kanzira Atwine), Leader of workers in Pariament (Hon Lyomoki) during the DHO's Retreat at Imperial Royale

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A Unified, Coordinated, Vibrant and Growing Pentecostal Church Movement in Uganda accomplishing the Great Commission

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MESSAGE FROM GENERAL OVERSEER

It is with great joy that I welcome you to National Fellowship Born Again Pentecostal Churches of Uganda website. NFBPC is a national umbrella network of over 30,000 mainly Pentecostal churches and Para-church organizations. It was registered as a Non-Governmental Organization (non-profit making), and a premier network of indigenous Pentecostal institutions in Uganda. NFBPC is not ecumenical or interfaith in belief or practice, and is non-denominational and politically non-partisan. NFBPC helps its members with ideas to grow both spiritually and physically to fulfil the Great Commission.

 

Who We Are

The National Fellowship of Born Again Pentecostal Churches is an umbrella network of Pentecostal churches, Para-church organizations and missionary organizations operating in Uganda. It is registered with the Government of Uganda, is non-denominational and politically non-partisan. The fellowship exists primarily as a voice for its membership and to support and nurture the effective growth and development of the Pentecostal movement through networking, capacity building and enabling strategic partnerships.

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PROJECTS

The prime responsibility of the Ministry of Children Affairs is to implement The Fellowships National policies for Children development programs in the Fellowship.

The Minister is expected to set up a national committee made up of children Affairs leaders from the Regional Committees.

 

To lead the Fellowship in developing a Perpetual Prayer Ministry at all levels of the NFBPC Leadership.

The Prayer Minister’s purpose is to organize, schedule, and provide general leadership for the Fellowship to develop a prayer life.

The major role of this ministry is to motivate the Fellowship and Individuals about fulfilling the Great Commission of Lord. Arrange and organize trainings for upcoming Evangelists for World Evangelism

To steer the Fellowship into Outreach initiatives and missions.

Bp. Joshua Lwere

General Overseer

Pr. Mark Wamala

General Secretary

Bp. Nsubuga Joseph

Mobiliser

Bp. Daniel Waddimba

PRO

Bp. George Oduch

Treasurer

Pr. Odongo Moses

Clerk/ Registrar/ Administrator

Mosze (Moses Mukisa) summarises wealth accumulation in simple & memorable terms: Get it (Incomes), Keep it (Savings) & Grow it (Investments). We donot save in anticipation of a rainy day, we save to raise Investment Capital.

 In The Power of Character in Leadership: How Values, Morals, Ethics, and Principles Affect Leaders, you will discover what character is, what it means to develop moral force, and how to preserve your leadership influence so that it is both effective and enduring.

“As the hart panteth after the water brooks, so panteth my soul after thee, O God.” This thirst for an intimate relationship with God, claims A.W. Tozer, is not for a select few, but should be the experience of every follower of Christ..

21 DEC, 2020

Bishop Joshua Lwere in Picture giving the Rt. Hon Prime Minister of Uganda Dr. Ruhakana Rugunda a tour at the FACOM demonstration Farm in Luwero. This farm is one of the intiatives NFBPC has built to give affordable products interms of seeds, trainings to christian and non-christians.

01 March, 2020

Following the media reports about the intended Religious Policy, whose intent has come under question, being perceived as an instigation and subterfuge by traditional religions to curtail our Pentecostal Church growth and has attracted vehement reactions from many Pastors, I found it necessary to clarify on one key related aspect.

03 JULY, 2020

Held at Sheraton Hotel Kampala with the First Lady Hon. Janet K Museveni. NFBPC organised an all Christian Lawyers Retreat at Sheraton Hotel, where Christian Lawyers were equiped with knowledge and skill of how to be effective and take their position in the Law field as a Christian.