Kitintale Christian Fellowship (KCF) is a non-denominational church located in Mutungo Zone 1, a suburb of Kampala, Uganda. It is legally registered as a company limited by guarantee according to the laws of Uganda. It originally started as a home cell fellowship of Mutundwe Christian Fellowship led by Pr. Tom Mugerwa, who later elevated it to a church, with Pr. Emmanuel Kamya as founding pastor. That was in October 2005.
The church started with 24 members but now boasts over 1500 members. KCF owns the land on which the church auditorium is built. KCF continues to experience rapid numerical growth under the leadership of Senior Pastor Emmanuel Kamya and Resident Pastor Raymond Sekyanzi, and their leadership team.
The church runs multi-faceted outreach programs offering spritual and social serives including involvement in the development of the local community's physical infrastructures, medical services, etc. The church has a strong outreach ministry too prisoners. Testimonies abound of individuals and families whose lives have been positively and permanently through the ministry of Kitintale Christian Fellowship. With its holistic approach to ministry, the church effectively caters for needs of all age-groups and social classes.