First Jubilee worship session begins with an original song, Reba Nyehireyo Ayi mukama, which means "I have surrendered, oh lord, whatever comes from sickness, tears, poverty will find me with you(Lord)," and "every time I feel the spirit," composed by Jubilee leader, Tusingwire Shallon. Followed by praise from Memory and Joan, as well as P. Alex who filled the stage with more praising songs. Second session was presented by Jubilee Chorus and Jubilee Dance team.
In addition, the third session was a special presentation of praising and worship through member from different churches, whom later, joined together in unity to praise God, with Jubilee Uganda members. Jubilee leader, Shallon, shared, "I was really blessed on that day because many people came from different sides, like students from Kyambogo university, Makerere university neighbors and from other churches they came to celebrate with us. The church was full, some remained standing, and some others stood outside piping inside because there was no space for them. I thank God for his love and grace, I will ever praise Him. AMEN."
The fourth session was the cutting cake, by Jubilee leader Uganda Shallon, surrounded by Jubilee team, ministry leaders, and some members of Emmanuel church Uganda.
Lastly, there was an open session for testimonies and introduction that ended with a closing prayer by P. Betty.
Jubilee takes on the music production project in the period of Lent, an ongoing pursuit of Jubilee World's 2019 goals.
From this year, Jubilee Australia started to run two different music group: Jubilee Worship and Jubilee Chamber.
In God's great grace and faithfulness, the first Jubilee World Worship Tour successfully concluded in San Francisco.
By God's grace, the first stop of Jubilee worship tour will be held on February 5th, 7pm in SF campus.
Jubilee World will begin its first worship tour of 2019 on February 5.
Jubilee Worship Australia held a worship concert in local community hall in early January.