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The Late Canon James Ndyabahika’s final journey home – Memorial Service Sunday May 31 at All Saints Cathedral

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Posted May 25, 2015 by Ugandan Diaspora News Team in Death Annoucement ~ 5,958 views

     

The Late Canon James Ndyabahika with his wife Rev. Canon Grace Ndyabahika and children Apolo Ndyabahika, Ruth Ndyabahika and Rachel Ndyabahika Matembe during happier times.

The Late Canon James Ndyabahika with his wife Rev. Canon Grace Ndyabahika and children Apolo Ndyabahika, Ruth Ndyabahika and Rachel Ndyabahika Matembe during happier times.

The Late Canon James Ndyabahika’s final journey home — There will be a Memorial service Sunday May 31 at All Saints Cathedral Kampala. The family will then travel to Kabale the following day and have a service at Rugarama on Tuesday. He will then be laid to rest at Kikungiri, Kabale.

Words can not express the grief of our loss. We have lost a friend, teacher, pastor, husband and father. A donation page has been created for us to share words of encouragement and show our support to the Ndyabahika family in this time of loss.

http://www.youcaring.com/rev-canon-grace-ndyabahika-and-family-360759#.VWcZb-Pg7qM.mailto

“I have fought the good fight, I have finished the race, I have kept the faith. Now there is in store for me the crown of righteousness, which the Lord, the righteous Judge, will award to me on that day—and not only to me, but also to all who have longed for His appearing”

2 Timothy. 4:7-8

The Ndyabahika Family

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Dear leaders,

A great leader of the Church of Uganda has gone to be with the Lord. His final days were in Mutare, Zimbabwe.

A good number knew him and others don’t know him. We await more information about the burial arrangements. Prof. Rev. Canon James Ndyabahika served in the following positions in the Church:

1. Diocesan Secretary and Diocesan Treasurer – Kigezi Diocese

2. Provincial Auditor – Province of Uganda, Rwanda, Burundi and Boga Zaire

3. Provincial Treasurer – Province of Uganda, Rwanda, Burundi and Boga Zaire

4. Responsible for Relief and Rehabilitation with Church of Uganda PDR

5. Coordinator for East Africa – African Evangelistic Enterprise (AEE).

6. Executive Secretary – Uganda Joint Christian Council (UJCC). He started Civic Education and monitoring for Presidential Elections.

7. Principal – Bishop Barham Divinity College, Kabale

8. Senior Lecturer in the Department of Religious Studies – Makerere University

9. Professor of Church History in the Department of Theology – Africa University, Mutate, Zimbabwe

His wife is Rev. Canon Grace Ndyabahika. His children are Apolo Ndyabahika, Ruth Ndyabahika and Rachel Ndyabahika Matembe.


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6 Comments


  1.  
    Gad Bihabwa

    I first met the Rev. at his office, at old Kampala when he was a coordinator AEE. He put in effort to get me a place for my tertiary education. May the good Lord rest his soul in peace.




  2.  
    Male Kamya

    Our prayers go to the family and the Ugandan community in general for the loss of such a great Man. May his soul rest in peace. Apolo stay strong.God bless you.




  3.  
    Patrick Mutimba

    May his soul rest in peace. Our prayers for Rev. Canon Grace & the rest of the dear family




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  5.  
    Ann Marie&John Kershaw

    I am crying now with resurrection faith with John right here to tell you how much we care and we are with you in thought through the Holy Spirit. God bless James in heaven and bless you all through this tearful time. We can laugh and cry and sing with tears because James is safe in heaven with the Light of Christ and we say Thank You God!
    Lovingly, Ann Marie&John




  6.  
    Buhungiro

    may your soul RIP papa. and may God strengthen his family





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