Jubilee Uganda led Praise and worship during Sunday service at Emmanuel church Uganda. The service started with intercession led by Elim leader Rebecca, and Jubilee Africa leader, Tusingwire Shallon. Jubilee Uganda worship and praise team was composed by uniting members Shallon, Wegner and Memory.
Jubilee Uganda also entertained the congregation through different songs and dances, led by different teams, such as Jubilee junior team. Jubilee Uganda performed a danced to a song im Runyankore language which translates into "thank you Jesus, thank you for making me free." This song brought much happiness, joy and joyfully praising for the Lord using Uganda cultural dance.
Jubilee Uganda welcomed the sermon with a song which says, "God the Father, the son and the holy spirit come down and direct us," immediately after the song, Pastor James moved to the pulpit to preach the word of God.
Shortly after church service, there was AM Africa presentation. Lastly, Jubilee Uganda team participated in University evangelism during AM outreach. Resulting in finding 3 people whom promised to join Emmanuel church Uganda. "It was really powerful and amazing because everyone was blessed by Jubilee team Uganda. We give glory back to God. AMEN!" Shared Jubilee Uganda leader.
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.