Christ Heart Ministries International is a holistic ministry that is raising an apostolic generation. Our role is to extend leadership teachings in Schools, Universities / Colleges and as well to maintain a place of worship of The Almighty God, our Father and the Lord Jesus Christ, His only begotten Son, through the Holy Spirit and for the promotion of close Christian fellowship and Education.
We are located in upper Kawuga, Mukono ( opposite Hass petrol station) along the Kampala – Jinja highway. Heart of Christ Ministries International exists to facilitate and participate in public worship services together and to maintain personal daily devotions (John 4:24). We also participate in sharing the good news of Jesus Christ with as many people as possible in our community and throughout the world.” (Matthew 28:18-20; Acts 1:8; 2 Peter 3:9)
Bishop Isaiah Mbuga
Pastor Deborah Mbuga
Pastor Isaac and Mrs. Faith Waiswa
Pastor Nickson and Mrs. Nelly Ouma
Pastor Sam and Mrs. Sandra Nsiko
Pastor Solomon and Mrs. Immaculate Mukuye
Pastor Dennis and Mrs. Tenywa
Pastor Buzu Fred
Pastor Rachel Nakisozi
Pastor William Kusaasira
Pastor Edgar Kawanguzi
Pastor Ephrance Namugenyi
Christ's Heart, Ministries International is one of the fastest growing ministries country-wide and all over Africa. Based and Headquartered in Mukono, Uganda, this ministry spans a period of 8 years on her feet with notable successes in every sphere. What was once a small church of less than 10 people has currently evolved into a Mega celebration centre with over 3000 persons in attendance every week for the various Bible studies, Fellowships and out reaches. Hard work, Persistence, and above all Prayer have been the ultimate sacrifices upon which the foundations have been laid and continues to thrive on till this day.
Currently hosting one of the youngest congregations in Uganda, this has been the fruit of the labours of our front runners BISHOP ISAIAH MBUGA and PASTOR DEBORAH MBUGA who have tirelessly seen to it to reach out to countless young people across the country's major educational institutions. Eight years down the road, the numbers have not only more than quadrupled but also several branches have been opened around the country, a lunch hour program is in operation at Mabirizi Complex, and many more such centres are to be rolled out across the world. We have also seen many Crusades, signs and wonders, radio and TV programs, hall mark conferences in town, mobile apps, concerts and the like.