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Archives of the Church of Uganda Online

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Brill Academic Publishers

Archives of the Church of Uganda Online

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978-90-04-25244-8

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107567

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The records in this collection document the history of the Church of the Province of Uganda. Christianity came to Uganda late compared with many other parts of Africa. The first Church Missionary Society missionaries arrived at King Mutesa's court on June 30, 1877. This was seventy-eight years after the founding of the Church Missionary Society in Great Britain. However, within eight decades, after having passed through much persecution, Uganda had become one of the most successful mission fields in the world. By 1914, through its indigenous teachers and a few European missionaries, nearly the whole of the area today called Uganda had already been evangelized. In 1961 the growth of the Church of Uganda was recognized in the Anglican Communion with the establishment of the Church of the Province of Uganda, Rwanda-Burundi and Boga-Zaire.

This collection is an important source not only for the history of Christianity in Uganda, but also for the political and social development of the country, both before and after its independence.

Content of the collection

1. Office of the Bishop of Uganda - CMS/NAC (1882-1961). These records trace the development of the Church Missionary Society (CMS) Uganda Mission and the Native Anglican Church (NAC) in Uganda, including the Uganda Diocese and the Diocese of the Upper Nile.

2. Education Secretary General - CMS/NAC (1936-1964). These records document the development and operations of the CMS/NAC schools and their governing bodies and their interaction with the Uganda Protectorate Education Department, which regulated education within Uganda.

3. General Secretary - CMS/NAC (1924-1963). The General Secretary served as administrator for the Bishop, so the records in this group are complementary to those found in the Office of the Bishop of Uganda and Education Secretary General. The CMS/NAC General Secretary also served as the Archdeacon of the Uganda Diocese.

4. Financial Secretary - CMS/NAC (1929-1963).

5. Archbishop's Office - COU (1960-1993). The Archbishop's Office replaced the Bishop's Office when the Church of the Province of Uganda was established in 1961. The Diocese's structure changed in the process of the transition from the Native Anglican Church to the Church of Uganda (COU) but many programs continued.

6. Provincial Secretary - COU (1960-1995). The Provincial Secretary replaced the General Secretary when the Church of the Province of Uganda was established in 1961. These records are complementary to the Archbishop's Office records in the Archbishop's Office.

7. Mother's Union (1960-1991). This collection contains all files related to Women's work and Women's Organizations.

8. Provincial Treasurer (1960-1991). This eighth collection contains the files of the Provincial Treasurer as well as correspondence to the provinces of Uganda and to related organizations such as the WCC and Missionary Societies.

Contents note

Correspondence, reports, minutes, development plans, policy statements, constitutions and legal documents, contracts, registers (for marriages, baptism and confirmation), publications, personal records, staff lists since the founding of the Church in 1877 up to early 1980s.

Subjects

Education; Political issues; Land; Sacraments; Finances; Church ministers; Church work

This publication came about with support of the Kenneth Scott Latourette Fund, Yale Divinity School Library.

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