Both students and staff are at total liberty to belong to their religion while here. We’ve designated places of worship for Catholics, Anglicans, Pentecostals, Seventh Day Adventists and Muslims.
Anglican Christians worship in St. Francis Chapel. It’s mission statement is “to accomplish and fulfil Christ’s mission through evangelism, discipleship, healing, teaching and upholding a God fearing College community and neighborhood.” The chapel envisions “a good fearing Christ centred church equipped for advancing mission among people.” This chapel is currently being reconstructed. However, Christians attend Sunday service in X-Lecture Room-5 beginning at 8:00am.
St. Francis Chapel
This chaplaincy belongs to the Diocese of Jinja and it is located at National Teachers’ College, Kaliro. Activities in the Chaplaincy include: daily Masses at 6:00am, and Holy Mass celebrated every Sunday at 9:00am.
St. Andrew the Apostle Catholic Chapel
In addition, the current Chaplain, Rev. Fr. Anthony Bukyanagandi Isabirye, together with a group of ten students, teach catechism of the Catholic faith, animate Bible sharing and lay apostolic movements among students and pupils in the surrounding educational institutions.
The Chaplaincy dates back to 1979 and it has a tradition of celebrating the feast of St. Andrew the Apostle, its patron Saint, on 30 November. This is always presided over by the Bishop or Ordinary of the Diocese.
The Christian Union Fellowship of NTC Kaliro is one of the most vibrant fellowships in the College. Whereas it does not have a church building of its own, it has been allocated a temporal place of worship by the College Leadership.
Pentecostal Fellowship Chapel
We have a mosque within College which takes care of the spiritual needs of our Muslim students. The Salat, ritual Islamic prayer, prescribed five times daily, is conducted as follows:
Fajr – the dawn prayer.
Dhuhr – the noon prayer.
Asr – the afternoon prayer.
Maghrib – the sunset prayer.
Isha’a – the night prayer.
Just like the Christian Union Fellowship of NTC Kaliro, SDA believers do not have a church building of its own. However, it has been allocated a temporal place of worship by the College Leadership.