Phaneroo Craze Engulfs Kampala Ahead Of Anniversary
Excitement has gripped Christians in Kampala and its surrounding districts with the second anniversary of popular Phaneroo fast approaching.
Phaneroo which is arguably the biggest weekly Christian meeting in Uganda is set to mark two years of a phenomenal existence with a grand two-day celebration from the 12th to 13th August 2016 at the Kampala Lugogo Hockey grounds.
‘Phaneroo is a force; an army; a model. It is not just one man. It is a people with a mandate, conviction and burden to see the testimony of the greatness of any child of God,’ says Apostle Grace Lubega, the Vision Bearer before adding, ‘For this year’s celebrations, we are expectant; we believe to see a great manifestation of God’s power, an outpouring of his spirit and a radical transformation in the lives of multitudes.’
Phaneroo, which Greek word means ‘to make manifest’ is a fellowship gathering over four thousand men and women every Thursday 5-8pm at the MTN arena, Lugogo.
According to a statement seen by Red Pepper Online, organisers plan to bring the city down with a series of evangelism activities in and around Kampala for example the much anticipated “Yesu Yasasula campaign (Jesus Paid it all)” and massive street preaching. There will be a celebration service on 12th August. The celebrations will be crowned with a powerful healing service, the ‘Healing Chronicles’ on 13th August.
These anniversary celebrations are an indelible cornerstone of history; a critical building block on Phaneroo’s eternal legacy.