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  • Okusinza mu Laganda #3: “This is Luganda, not Yoruba”

    Okusinza mu Luganda choir at St John's Waterloo SS: What did Okusinza mean to you initially as one of the founders? Okusinza was serving a lot of people in ways that were not just, “First Sunday of the month, let’s start with Hymn 26.” Okusinza Choir (courtesy of Stephen Kafeero) SS: Dorothy, that’s remarkable. SS: Does the younger generation in the Okusinza congregation know all this history? Is there space in Okusinza for this to be addressed?

  • Okusinza mu Luganda #10: “We are all disciples”

    Could you describe to me the first time you attended an Okusinza service? Some of them I knew because of my uncles and aunties, whom you never find anywhere else except in Okusinza. Shanon: What are your favourite things about Okusinza? And they’re good, nice people, in Okusinza. What are your hopes for Okusinza mu Luganda?

  • Okusinza mu Luganda #5: music to move the soul

    Michaiah has also premiered his own settings and compositions at services for both St John’s and Okusinza mu Luganda (Worship in Luganda). We hope you enjoy this continuing series of interviews as part of the Waterloo Festival’s curtain-raising for Okusinza mu Luganda’s upcoming celebrations of its 30th anniversary. Michaiah and his wife Joyce (picture courtesy of Stephen Kafeero) SS: What brought you to Okusinza? Okusinza choir in action with conductor Samuel Kimuli SS: What are your hopes for Okusinza? Next – Sara Kwagala relates her experiences with youth worship and Sunday school at Okusinza.

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  • connect | Waterloo Festival

    Write a comment Waterloo Festival Team Jun 24, 2020 7 min Okusinza mu Luganda #11: Lessons on faith, fellowship and inclusion by Shanon Shah As a gay man from Malaysia, I often feel conflicted when Malaysia makes the headlines, especially on gender or sexuality. ... Write a comment Waterloo Festival Team Jun 22, 2020 8 min Okusinza mu Luganda #10: “We are all disciples” by Shanon Shah In this third and final part of our interview with Stephen Kafeero, he and Shanon Shah explore the challenges in balancing... Write a comment Waterloo Festival Team Jun 19, 2020 6 min Okusinza mu Luganda #9: “It’s about being part of people’s lives” by Shanon Shah In the second part of this interview, Stephen Kafeero explains how his spiritual conversion led him from his childhood Cat...

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    Waterloo Festival Team Jun 24, 2020 7 min Okusinza mu Luganda #11: Lessons on faith, fellowship and inclusion by Shanon Shah As a gay man from Malaysia, I often feel conflicted when Malaysia makes the headlines, especially on gender or sexuality. ...

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