SO WHO AM I?
I’m Most Rev Christopher Lwanga Tusubira, i was born in Uganda on 23rd March 1963 at Wambaale, Kyaddondo in Wakiso District. My father is the late Christopher Lwanga who was a Lay-Reader in the Anglican Church of Uganda, and my mother is the late Norah Lwanga. I went to Old Kampala Secondary School, Uganda Martyrs’ Seminary and Bishop Turker Theological College. I was ordained a Deacon on 28th November 1988 by the late Bishop M Kauma in St Paul’s Cathedral, Namirembe. On 3rd June 1990, i was ordained a Priest at Uganda Martyrs’ Church Namugongo – again by Bishop M Kauma. Later, i joined Ngetta National Teachers College and Makerere University. I was consecrated a Bishop on 12th March 2006 at Wamala, Kampala and installed Archbishop of Africa of the Worldwide Anglican Church in the Good Shepherd Cathedral, USA on 14th September 2013. On 1st September 2017, i was elected to be the Patriarch of the Worldwide Anglican Church, the Office i still hold to this date. I’m married to Lady Sarah Lwanga and we have many children.
I’ve communicated to over 30 Human right conferences, organised several international workshops, delivered multiple invited tutorial presentations including a keynote to the Worldwide Anglican Church.
Publishing articles about Anglican Church has allowed me to network with other Clergies and to further refine my own ideas and research which helps me think strategically. It’s something I enjoy immensely.