As a church we feel very passionate about helping people be all they can in Christ – hence our mission statement: “to help people become active and committed followers of Jesus Christ in their country”, We want to see people meet Jesus Christ, become his disciples, make a decision to be part of this fellowship of Believers, and then become actively involved in serving in the church and our wider community through indulging them in physical and spiritual developing.
Trinity redemption Evangelical international Church (TREIC) has its roots in the Christian brethren movement which began in Uganda in the 1972. This is when Rev; John Obiri Yeboah came to Uganda. The first brethren assembly of TREIC was planted on 25 th -August 2015 by Pastor Johnson Kato Muwanguzi who is the General over seer and there have been assemblies ever since. The Church under the tree with a few members in Katwe. In 2019, we started purchasing the current property at Mengo Rubaga Kakeeka which we are still paying for till Today to enable the growth, development and expansion of the Church and related ministries. A number of members who started the Church are still coming to the Church and many more people and families have continued to join over the last four years leading to an increase in numbers.
The under privileged and disabled ministry
Our mission is to help people become active and committed followers of Jesus Christ and their country through transformation by the grace of God. Core Beliefs and Values (Mission) People matter to God and their country.
Our faith come from the conviction that the word of God is absolute, authoritative and applicable to us.
It’s the story of God revealing himself to his creation and through Jesus Christ we are reconciled for our rebellion. This happens through mobilizing, guiding, preaching, teaching and deploying.
The whole Bible is inspired by the Holy Spirit and is the ultimate
authority for everything that we believe and practice. 2 timothy 3:16-17, 2 peter 1:21.
The sovereign God is one, in three co-equal eternal persons, the Father, the Son and the Holy Spirit, who acted together in Creation, providence and redemption. Matthew 28:19; Colossians 1:12-16.
Our vision is to declare and share the gospel of Jesus Christ in all its aspects with a millions of residents in Uganda and globally. Acts 1:8.
We continually welcome all people into the fellowship of our Church worshiping, loving and laboring together in joyous harmony and in prayerful dependence upon God through his Son Jesus Christ. Act 2:41-47, Colossians; 4:2.
To be in fellowship with all people, including the hurting, the depressed, frustrated and confused can find love, acceptance, help, hope, forgiveness, guidance and encouragement. Isaiah 61:1-3, Matthew 5:3-4, 11:28.
After transforming people in Christianity we aim to provide our
assembly with physical development and income generating activities
– Skilling people in areas like catering, Hair dressing and tailoring.
– Construction of schools from junior level to university level.
– Building hospitals and rehabilitation centers to cater for the Christian and none Christian members.
– Construction of factories and industries to create jobs.
– Embarking on farming activities i.e. vegetable growing, Chicken
rearing, piggery and commercial farming.
– Extra curricula activities like traditional dances, skating and brass band.
– Videography coverage which includes still photos, Video coverage, PA system.
We look forward to achieve all above mentioned activities in Jesus Christ name. Amen.. Amen.. Amen
PASTOR JOHNSON KATO MUWANGUZI
(THE GENERAL OVERSEER)
The Spirit of the Sovereign Lord is on me,because the
Lord has anointed me to proclaim good news to the poor.
He has sent me to bind up the brokenhearted,to proclaim
freedom for the captives and release from darkness for the prisoners.
19 Therefore go and make disciples of all nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father and of the Son and of the Holy Spirit, 20 and teaching them to obey everything I have commanded you. And surely I am with you always, to the very end of the age.”
TREIC started in Katwe a suburb in Uganda without any shelter and the services were held under the tree where Pr.Johnson Kato Muwanguzi sat alone. Later he was joined by three members and they became four. With the grace and of love Christ Jesus the Ministry continued to develop and it had to shift from Katwe due to weather conditions, Persecutions and the outstanding number of congregants to the new home called Grace Land in Rubaga around Kabuusu–Citynsera(NabunyaRoad) in October 2015. There Jesus Manifested and did wonders for the Ministry and even the congregators. The Ministry prospered and developed, acquired a big number of congregants and many were delivered.
The glory of the Lord manifested between us that ever since then the Ministry continued to develop spiritually and physically. Grace Land could not accommodate us anymore due to the increasing number of congregants who piled successive stories ever since they joined TREIC Ministries. It was then we decided to shift to Kakeeka off Rubaga Road and today we have thousands of congregators from different corners of the world who were delivered and healed by the grace of Jesus Christ of Nazareth.
Finally home! The TREIC family arrived at the Graceland church very early on Sunday morning for the normal Sunday service, the congregation was however startled when they were informed that Graceland would no longer be the home of TREIC Ministries. However, this was accompanied with the news of an exodus to a new destination, about 1.4 km from Graceland Medical Center. The Rubaga hill was filled with rains that morning as the congregation together with the pastors each carried their seat and braved the rain up to Kakeeka. On arrival, a 100 seater tent was erected where the whole family finally first sat for the first service, we were finally home! Leviticus 26:4, surely Jesus sent us rain that day; it washed
away all the sorrows and troubles giving birth to the joy and growth which is still celebrated every 25th of August at TREIC Ministries.