Rev. Eddie Jjumba is a servant leader. Born in a small village called Kigasa, Masaka, Uganda. He is the husband of one wife and father of two gorgeous boys. He is a Christian man with a heart given to serving God’s people. An ordained Minister who enjoys playing volleyball and Taekwondo.
Rev. Jjumba holds a Master’s of Divinity-Clinical Counseling from Tyndale University College &Seminary, Canada. A Bachelor of Arts (Social Sciences) from Makerere university, Uganda. A Post Graduate Diploma-Autism & Behavior Science, from Seneca College, Canada. Clinical Pastoral Education (CPE-Level 1), Knox College, University of Toronto. He is an Authorized Child Protection Worker (Ontario) currently employed by York Children’s Aid Society.
He is completing certification as a registered Psychotherapist in Ontario. Eddie is always curious to learn from others.He is the Senior Pastor of Dominion Church International-Toronto, an affiliate of Pentecostal Assembly of Canada. A community Church dedicated to cultivating active Christians who will continue making a positive difference in lives of all God’s people from all walks of life.
Dominion Church is committed to attending to people’s physical, emotional and spiritual needs (Body Mind and Soul). Away from the pulpit, Rev. Jjumba is also actively employed in the social work field for over 16 years now, working with marginalized individuals/families in Canada and Uganda. He is passionate about finding the best in every human person.
He is committed to promoting interfaith dialogue through avenues like the annual Ugandan Canadian Diaspora Business Expo and Convention to maximize the potential for development that comes from working together. Unity doesn’t require uniformity. Under Rev. Jjumba’s leadership, Dominion Church Toronto is actively calling upon lovers of development to participate in the construction of the first Ugandan-Canadian Community Centre that will serve all community members without discrimination whatsoever.
This multipurpose Community Centre will feature; a 50-bed Youth Shelter; Recreational Facility – 250 people capacity, Child Care Facility, Counseling Hub (family, individual, mental health, immigration services and psycho-spiritual care), Multi-faith Place of Worship and Community Internet Radio.
To learn more about how you can participate, visit http://dominionchurchint-toronto.com/community.html
“Every Brick Counts ! Your Brick Counts” May the peace of the Lord be with you all as we join hearts daily to leave this world a better place than we found it.