Recently, Jubilee Uganda is actively serving church with many different programs, engaging people to participate in them during services. These activities allow member's heart to grow deeper inside the church as they continue to serve during services.
Since last year, Jubilee Uganda leader, Shallon, keeps sharing the program report to Jubilee Africa. These programs include, dance, skit, and special worship programs during Wednesday and Sunday services. The aim of this programs is to serve the service on Uganda Emmanuel church, and to allow people's heart to open to receive the Holy Spirit.
God is using Jubilee Ugranda programs, to allow congragation to witnessing powerful worship and praises. Jubilee members will continue to prepare various activities to bring joy to members in church.
Please, pray for the work of God to expand in all region in this precious country, Uganda.
Creating music and lyrics of a worship song it's often a joyful feeling. There is always a background story behind each note, for God uses mysterious ways to inspire the writer.
With the strong belief in being able to bring revival of Jesus movement in WOA churches through original songs that contain the words of God and culture that its members share in common, Jubilee Worship is now establishing system to share written Jubilee songs with one another internally, in different major languages.
Jubilee Nigeria & Jubilee Uganda Unite to Participate on Emmanuel Church Holy Communion [PHOTOS]
Jubilee China Finished First Original Praise Song Demo, Available on YouTube Channel as “Jubilee中文原创Demo”
On May 24th, Jubilee Mongolia held its Pentecost worship. They have practiced and prepared for this worship for a month, but there were no place and music instrument. However, in time, God has made a way for them, therefore, they are full of gratitude.
On May 8th, ministers in New York gathered to make first acoustic version of recording with voice over piano. It is for the purpose of introducing new songs to church members, and to the album project committees of each country to be considered for their next recordings.