St. Peters Church of Uganda, Boston Celebrates Holy Baptism and Confirmation Service – Main Celebrant The Rt. Rev. Dr. Hannington Mutebi

Posted May 26, 2014 by Ugandan Diaspora News Team in Church News ~ 14,144 views


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Believers and Christians from St. Peters Anglican Church of Uganda, Boston gathered for what was a fully packed holy baptism and confirmation service at the First Baptist Church in Belmont. The service was presided over by Bishop Dr. Hannington Mutebi, the Assistant Bishop of Kampala Diocese who was accompanied by his wife Mrs. Milly Mutebi. The event that started with a church service at 1pm ended with a with a dinner luncheon.

Ugandan Diaspora News attended the reception held last evening on May 25th at the Sons of Italy mainhall in Water-town and now brings you some of the highlights that included music, dance and final benediction from the visiting assistant Bishop from Kampala diocese.

St. Peters Church of Uganda began their worship services on the 25 of December, 2006 after a group of Ugandan community elders in Boston approached the Rev. Dr. Alex Kasirye-Musoke  and asked him to lead them into the Anglican communion assisted by other spiritual Anglican leaders from Boston. However a larger part of this congregation has since moved to a new location at the beginning of this year and are now resident on 129 Lexington Street in Belmont. 

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About the Main Celebrant.

The Rt. Rev. Dr. Hannington Mutebi Nsubuga

He hails from Uganda, on Gayaza road, where his mother still lives.
He had his elementary education in Uganda, and had his initial
Theological education at Uganda martyrs’ seminary, Namugongo,
Before proceeding to Daystar University, Nairobi, and eventually to
Trinity School for ministry at Ambridge, Pennsylvania, for his
Doctoral studies.

He has served several churches in Uganda including St. Luke, Kibuye,
Bunnamwaaya church of Uganda, and St Paul’s Cathedral, Namirembe
Kisungu church of Uganda, all Saints’ Cathedral. Currently, he is the
Assistant Bishop of Kampala Diocese. Bishop Hannington has been a
Born-again Christian since March 15, 1981. He is married to his lovely
wife Mrs. Milly Mutebi, a registered Nurse, and now a student in the MPH
program. The Mutebi have raised five children.


1960: Mutebi was born. 1968. Baptized
1983 – 84: Studied in West Germany
1986: Joined Uganda Martyrs Seminary, Namugongo
1989: Posted to St Luke Kibuye as deacon.
198-91: Posted to Bunamwaya Church of Uganda
1992-1995:Vicar St. Paul, Namirembe
2005: Posted as vicar at St Stephen, Kisugu
2008: Appointed Archdeacon for South Archdeaconry of Kampala
2008: Trinity School for Ministry Ambriedge Pennsylvania (USA)
2011: Appointed as Provost and posted to All Saints until elevation.

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About St Peter’s Anglican Church of Uganda, Belmont!

We are a Uganda Anglican community based in Boston, USA, who take pride in our being a part of the world-wide Anglican Communion, and roots in the Anglican Church of Uganda which was founded in Uganda in the 1870’s. We adopted the title Anglican Church of Uganda as a way to identify with our Christian tradition articulated in the Uganda Anglican way.

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St. Peter’s Faith

St. Peter’s is a theo-centric (God-centered) church believing in God the Creator, Jesus the only begotten Son of God and the Holy Spirit as the teacher and director of our faith. Thus our faith does not, in any way, differ from that of the world-wide Anglican Communion and the Anglican Church of Uganda. It worships in Luganda, the most widely-spoken language in Uganda and maintains the Anglican Church of Uganda tradition from which it draws most of its liturgy and form of worship. It uses the Anglican Church of Uganda prayer book, based on the 1662 Anglican Book of Common Prayer. We invite you to become a member of our congregation – allowing God into your life through our various programs and community outreach efforts.

Please note that the pictorial from the Baptism service will be presented as soon as its availed to us since Ugandan Diaspora News was not able to attend the Baptism/Confirmation service. However we attended the evening luncheon and are glad to share the complete gallery of what transpired.

Contact Rev Alex at +18577530562

New Location is at First Baptist Church,
129 Lexington St
Belmont, MA 02478

Sunday service starts at 1.00pm
come and see the new location and worship with us

About the Author

Ugandan Diaspora News Team

Ugandan Diaspora News Online is an independent, non political news portal primarily aimed at serving Ugandans who work and reside outside Uganda. Our aim is to be a one stop shop for everything Ugandan and the celebration of our Ugandan heritage.


    kato kajubi

    Hello Ronnie,

    This is just a clarification. Our Church is known as St Peter’s Anglican Church of Uganda, Boston (not Belmont).



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