Miracle Centre Cathedral
The Miracle Centre Cathedral is the second largest Pentecostal church in Kampala, the capital of Uganda. The building, in the Rubaga district of Kampala, has a capacity of 10,500, and the church claims to be the biggest auditorium in East Africa.
The church's Senior Pastor is Robert Kayanja, who preaches prosperity theology, focussing on the creation of wealth and denouncing beggars. Kayanja is the younger brother of Anglican Archbishop of York John Sentamu, who preached at the cathedral in 2005.
The Cathedral was built at a cost of US$7 million, half of which was donated by a South Korean woman who was healed after Kayanja prayed for her.
According to Kayanja, the Cathedral's congregation has planted over 1,000 other Miracle Centre Churches across Uganda, and over 2 million Ugandans have professed faith in Christ at its crusades. Its charitable work in Kampala includes care for street children, orphans and people with AIDS.
- Official website at Kayanja.org
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