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Phaneroo to mark two years


Phaneroo, the biggest weekly Christian meeting in Uganda, is to mark two years of a phenomenal existence with a two-day celebration from August 12-13 at the Kampala Lugogo Hockey grounds.
The anniversary celebrations will include a series of evangelism activities in and around Kampala like the ‘Yesu Yasasula’ campaign (Jesus Paid it all) and massive street preaching. There will be a celebration service on August 12 that will also be crowned with a powerful healing service dubbed the ‘Healing Chronicles’ the following day.
Phaneroo, which means ‘to make manifest’ in Greek, is a fellowship of over four thousand men and women every Thursday, 5-8pm at the MTN Arena, Lugogo in Kampala. It is a people with a mandate, conviction and burden to see the testimony of the greatness of any child of God according to Apostle Grace Lubega, the vision bearer. And for this year’s celebrations, they expect to see a great manifestation of God’s power, an outpouring of His spirit and a radical transformation in the lives of multitudes.’

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