How it all started!
Makerere starts Come Alive
Rev Canon Benoni Mugarura-Mutana (Uncle Ben), Chaplain at St Francis Chapel, Makerere starts Come Alive; helping S.6 leavers to explore their gifts and ministry during vacation
Ap Moses Mukisa joins Come Alive 96
Ap Moses Mukisa joins Come Alive 96, then led by Pati Munda and eventually becomes group leader in 2000 when most of the members leave. He recruits new people into the group to keep it going.
Ap Mo and others begin Come Alive Ministries
Dec 1 – Ap Mo and others begin Come Alive Ministries, calling past Comealivers and others to a vision of transformation using music and other gifts. Many people from many churches join the ministry, based at St Francis.
Worship Harvest Ministries is born
The ministry is renamed Worship Harvest to eliminate the confusion caused by using the Come Alive name, where those looking for the original Come Alive ended up in Come Alive Ministries.
Oct – Ap Mo gets the vision to transform the ministry into a church plant; a launch pad for the vision of transformation.
Apr 2 – The church begins, with the name House of Praise at the then Al Fiesta restaurant, Lumumba Avenue. 2006, Jun – John Katto introduces the Discipleship Evangelism course by Andrew Wommack and Don Krow. GRACE! Understanding the Gospel, grace and faith create a firm foundation. 2006, Sep – We are evicted from Chong Ching and move to Kati Kati, growth begins.
Uncle Ben’s blessing
September 30th – Ap Mo receives Uncle Ben’s blessing, on his last day as Chaplain! We revert to using Worship Harvest.
WH Naalya Construction begins
We begin the process of buying 0.8 acres of land in Naalya, and begin construction in June 2011
WH Naalya launches
September 11th – Part of the congregation moves to Naalya to start services led by the Nsubugas
July – Worship Harvest Jinja begins Sunday Gatherings, led by Patricia Amoko MuhumuzaHaving started the journey of discipleship, Tim & Rebecca Lindsay introduce us to Mike Breen & 3DM. Breakthrough in the area of discipleship begins.
June – Entebbe Missional Community led by Rachel Parsons starts Sunday GatheringsWe purchase an extra 1.1 Acres at Naalya with the help of Community of Faith
February – WHGayaza led by the Nsubugas Launches at Kasangati Resort, and later move to Afro Club.February – Harvest Academy begins with 23 students, led by Lynnet Nsubuga and Rebecca Makhande
WH Bugolobi & WH Mukono
Jul – Worship Harvest Bugolobi starts, led by the OkullosAug – Worship Harvest Mukono launches at Colline Hotel, led by the Ssenyonjos
Harvest Institute & WH Kibuye
January – Harvest Institute begins with more than 80 participantsFebruary – WH Kibuye launches at Muganzirwazza Plaza, led by the Tasobyas
April – WHMakerere launches, led by the Muhumuzas. Oct – WHMbarara launches led by Rita Ainomugisha
February – WHKungu launches at SP Kinobe’s Residence, led by the Irumbas. WHGabba Road launches at Lee café, led by Solome Nantayiro. March – WHDownTown launches at House of Rest, led by the Byemanzis
First international plant
June – WHNairobi launches, led by the Kirabos. Our first international plant. WHArua launches, led by the Okurmus. August – After several months of signs and pointers, involving Pastors Gerald Mwebe, Dodzweit Achero and Jimmy Macharia, Ap Mo starts following Bishop Dag Heward Mills (listening to messages and reading books). A new chapter of acceleration is born. Things start moving much faster from this point.
2021, Jan – WHGaruga, WHKamuli & WHNansana all launched on Jan 3rd, led by the Businges, Desire Zebia & Ronah Bareeba, respectively, May – WHWairaka is launched by the Mathesons, July – WHJoggo & WHBusega launched by Hannah Atai and the Ssebakijes respectively, Aug – WHKira (Sebombos), WHMatugga (Mugisas), WHSeguku (Doryn Miti), WHKajjansi (Florence Nalubaale), WHNjeru (Gadson Atuhaire), WHMuyenga (Ivy Inapo) & WHKyebando (Kalemeras) all launched. Septuplets!