About Us



Deliverance Church Uganda started in 1967 as Young Ambassadors Fellowship now runs 460 churches, schools, medical centers, childcare projects and water & sanitation programmes in various parts of Uganda started. According to Pastor Nicholas Wafula’s book- Deliverance Church and My country Uganda ten youthful men and women, namely Hannah Nabusimba(RIP), Moses Ochwo, Melchizedek Wabuke, David Bikingi(RIP) Loyce Nabafu, Gladys Alowo, Peter Wanendeya (RIP), Evangelist Joe Kayo, Stephen Mungoma and Nicolas Wafula met at Majanji in Eastern Uganda and formed Young Christian Ambassadors Fellowship with an aim of preaching the gospel of Jesus Christ.

In 1971, at the flats opposite Makerere university main gate, during the fellowship, the name was changed from Young Ambassadors fellowship to Deliverance Church. The first convert of the newly born (or mutated) church was Pastor Robert Kiremire Tumuhairwe (RIP) who got saved that very day.

The name was a result of result of long concerted prayer as members sought God for direction. It is anchored in Is. 61:1 and Luke 4:18 which says ‘The Spirit of the Lord is upon me, because He has anointed me to preach the gospel to the poor; He has sent me to heal the broken hearted, to preach DELIVERANCE to the captives, and recovery of sight to the blind, to set at liberty them that are bruised’.

The first pastor of the church was Stephen Mungoma. He left the country in 1977 when Idi Amin was after his life. He was succeeded by Nicholas Wafula during that tumultuous time. During Pastor Wafula’s reign the church was banned and went ‘underground’. Members met stealthily in homes of believers in different locations in the city. By that time other branches had started in major towns like Jinja, Mbale and Gulu. The church followed the Pauline Strategy of planting churches in major towns/cities, which would in turn reach out into their neighboring villages and smaller towns.

Pastor Wafula handed over the now expanding work to Pastor Titus Oundo whom God instructed to build him a granary for the end time harvest-thus the birth of Nsambya Centre. Pastor Titus retired to re-tyre on 14th December 2014, and handed the ministry to Edward Kiwanuka the current General Overseer.


It’s a branch under the umbrella body of Deliverance Church Uganda that has churches spread across the country. It is a Christian Pentecostal church that has been in existence since 2004 and has been a beacon of hope to many people in its area of influence. Its located 3km on the Kireka-Namugongo road Kampala Uganda.


A world around us transformed by word and deed.


Deuteronomy 1:5-8 Deliverance church Kira exists Bring God’s people to Christ and to Church, Build them up, Train them for Ministry and send them out to the mission field.”


Deliverance Church Kira upholds all Biblical principles, and particularly emphasizes Integrity, Holiness, Love, Family Life, Unity/Teamwork, Excellence, Servant leadership and Innovation/Creativity.


Come in a dwarf, Go out a giant.