Uganda Joint Christian Council (UJCC) is an ecumenical organization that was established in 1963. Its current membership comprises the Church of Uganda, The Roman Catholic Church and the Uganda Orthodox Church, which together constitute about 78% of Uganda’s population. The member churches recognized a need for Christians to witness together and live in harmony.
Since its inception in 1963, Uganda Joint Christian Council (UJCC) has remained focused and consistent with its ecumenical mission of providing services for improved quality life of Ugandans and across borders. UJCC has undergone various growth processes including those that relate to its Constitution, its Structures, Leadership and various phased Strategic Plans.