Church Of Uganda And Uganda Martyrs Museum Launch ‘Seed Of Faith’ Play
The Province of the Church of Uganda has partnered with the Uganda Martyrs Museum to launch a new play in a bid to deepen knowledge of the Anglican Martyrs and also provide entertainment.
Titled Seed of Faith, the play seeks to create awareness about the origins of religion and culture in Uganda as well as the genesis of Martyrdom and its significance.
The official launch was officiated by retired Bishop Jackson Matovu, who is the Chairperson of Uganda Martyrs Museum Namugongo. He encouraged Christians to look out for the enlightening play.
In a bid to recreate the scenes of the brutal manner in which the lives of the Uganda Martyrs ended in Namugongo nearly two centuries ago, the Province of the Church of Uganda, in partnership with the Uganda Martyrs Museum has come up with a play titled Seed of Faith.
Bishop Jackson Matovu, the Chairperson of the Uganda Martyrs Museum Namugongo, who was also the chief guest at the launch of the play, applauded the writers of the play and thanked them for such a great initiative.
The Bishop says after the launch, the play will be showcased in many places across the country for people to understand the martyrs who died for their faith. He urged people to support the play by watching it when staged. The gate collections will help in the construction of the proposed Museum Tower.
Bishop Matovu also urged Christians to turn up in big numbers in Namugongo for the Martyrs Day celebrations, with just about 10 days left to 3rd June 2023.
Eria Lwasi Buzaabo, the secretary of the Uganda Martyrs Museum Committee encouraged everyone to contribute funds for the construction of the proposed iconic Martyrs Museum Tower. He promised that all the money will be accounted for.