200 secondary school students from around Wakiso town joined the Joy Centre on February 26, 2012 for the first All-Schools Service of the New Year. It was a glorious celebration of the goodness of God, filled with song, dance and, of course, the latest gospel hits played by our favorite
Being a parent is hard. It is a blessing and a joy, but boy, it is hard. Oh, and we won’t get started on those teens … Ben and Joyie Mugarura-Mutana know what that means. After raising five teens of their own, they have a heart for the struggles of
The Joy Centre facilities are now open and available for overland travelers or campers at very reasonable rates. The Centre is a five-minute walk from Wakiso town. Ben and Joyie have created a warm and friendly environment, fully equipped with outdoor cooking space and clean bathroom facilities. You can pitch
Song of Songs 8:7 Many waters cannot quench love; rivers cannot wash it away. If one were to give all the wealth of his house for love, it would be utterly scorned. On Sunday October 24th, Benoni and Joyie Mugarura-Mutana were pleased to host the Fireplace. Fireplace is a monthly gathering
Seven members of Kwazee visited The Joy Centre on October 16th for a prayer retreat. Kwazee are a group of young people who came together during their Senior Six vacation in 2006 for fellowship and friendship. Since then, they have stuck together to strengthen each other in their new careers
82 young men and women from St. Francis Chapel Makerere on October 10th visited the Joy Centre for the Alpha Course Holy Spirit weekend. The Alpha Course is a foundational Christian discipleship study on questions like – Is there a God? Why am I here? Where did I come from?
One of the most beautiful sounds in the world is that of a happy child. The Joy Centre was blessed on Sunday October 3rd with the laughter and joy of AYF kids. They were the first to use the new kids’ playground at the centre and they gave it a
Ephesians 5:1&2 Therefore be imitators of God, as beloved children. And walk in love, as Christ loved us and gave himself up for us, a fragrant offering, a sacrifice and us to God. It is not news that there is a crisis of leadership in Uganda. Our government is filled
What: August Day Camp is back again! Where: The Joy Centre, Wakiso Town Who: Anyone aged 8 – 18 When: August 29th 2010, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Why: Games! Gospel! Friends! Food! Music! Message! Call Uncle Ben on 0772-469932 or Auntie Joy on 0752-846152 to book a place.
Nothing causes a buzz at the Joy Centre like youth with a passion for God. On the morning of October 3rd, 2009, about 250 students from four schools in Wakiso town converged at the Joy Centre for the third Schools’ Worship Service. In youth speak, it was a blast!