Rev. Eddie Jjumba is a servant leader. An African Canadian born in a small village called Kigasa, Masaka, Uganda. He is the husband of one wife – Bernadette Jjumba, and father of three – Tendo, Mukisa and Mulungi Jjumba. They joined the Milliken Church family on April 1, 2022, and he is thrilled about the vision the Lord has given us:
“A CHRIST-CENTERED CHURCH, GROWING OUTWARD, GROWING YOUNGER”
He is a Christian man with a heart given to serving all people. He is an avid Bible Scholar and teacher. Like a beggar showing another beggar where to find bread, he is enthusiastic about inviting people to cultivate a personal relationship with Jesus Christ. He enjoys playing volleyball and Taekwondo.
Rev. Jjumba is currently a Licenced Minister under the Wesleyan Methodist Church – Central Canada District. He holds a Master of Divinity – Clinical Counseling from Tyndale University, Canada. A Bachelor of Arts (Social Sciences) from Makerere university, Uganda. A Postgraduate Diploma-Autism & Behavior Science, from Seneca College, Canada. Clinical Pastoral Education (CPE-Level 1), Knox College, University of Toronto. He is completing certification as a registered Psychotherapist in Ontario. He has solid clinical experience in integration of Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) techniques, Trauma Focused Cognitive Behavior Therapy (TF-CBT), Solution-Focused Brief Therapy (SFBT), Afrocentric approach, Family Systems Theory and Trauma-Informed counseling.
He is committed to attending to people’s physical, emotional, and spiritual needs (Body Mind and Soul). He is a volunteer Mental Health Therapist at Young Street Mission – Toronto.
Away from the pulpit, Rev. Jjumba has actively worked in the social work/Mental health field for over 19 years, working with marginalized individuals/families in Canada and in Uganda. He is passionate about finding the best in every human person. He is dedicated to promoting equity in the child welfare system. He is committed to promoting interfaith dialogue to maximize the potential for development that comes from working together. He believes unity doesn’t require uniformity.
Rev. Eddie Welcomes All of You With Wide Open Arms. You are Welcome Here.
“The Greatest Among You Will Be Your Servant… Matthew 23:11”