In 2006, God instructed us through Nehemiah 2:17 to return to Rwanda and restore the broken hearted who's lives were ruined by the 1994 Genocide. 

Nehemiah 2:17​- Then I said to them, “You see the distress that we are in, how Jerusalem lieswaste, and its gates are burned with fire. Come and let us build the wall of Jerusalem, that we may no longer be a reproach.”

Nyamirambo is a Ghetto area well known for its high number of street children and prostitutes. Our church has been able to make a great impact in this area through preaching the word of God, we have seen the prostitutes, street children and people from different  walks of life coming to Christ. September 2016,  forty one prostitutes gave their lives to Christ during our open air crusade and many drug addicts were transformed.



Kirimya Revival Church was founded in 2004 after God spoke to us clearly to plant a church within Kirimya, Masaka. Over the years the church has drawn many to Christ, equips the community and supports them through small entrepreneurial projects.


We want to thank God who has considered us faithful and trusted us with the apostolic ministry to plant churches in Uganda, Rwanda and we are currently in the process of planting another church in Burundi. Through our church planting we have been able to restore communities and bring them together, giving them a place to worship, receive counselling and get spiritual, emotional and physical support as instructed by Nehemiah 2:17​.


With a  population of approximately 100,000, Gisenyi is on the N/E corner of Lake Kivu, the main lake on the western border of Rwanda, and a town with a major east-west border crossing with the Congo. Immediately across the border is Goma (population approximately 1 million people), one of the largest cities in Eastern Congo. This makes Gisenyi prone to refugees. The area where Wall- Rebuilders is involved is a rural farming community on the edge of Gisenyi. Our church there has become very instrumental in supporting the locals and refugees.


masaka district