Entebbe as Uganda is a very religious place and you will find all religious domains.
Also you will be surprised to find, ask your guide for more information Orthodox church, The Jews church, Jesus Mormons, Suiki temple and Hindu temple.
Bahai House of Worship, Kampala, Uganda
Visit the mother Temple of the Bahai faith in Africa. And just like the faith it represents, the Bahai temple is no ordinary house of worship. Sitting on 52 acres of land, the temple is a unique architectural master piece. Built between 1958 and 1961 on Kikaaya hill, three miles North of Kampala the building is 130ft. its dome is a 44ft in diameter. It is a nine sided structure which represents oneness and unity of the faiths biggest tenets.
St Mary’s Church, Lubaga, Kampala, Uganda
The twin-towered Roman Catholic Church. The huge building was restored for the Pope’s visit of Uganda. It has great historical significance in the history of the catholic church. The transept is a memorial to the Uganda Martyrs (dozens of Ugandan Christians burnt to death by Kabaka Mwanga II in 1885 and 1886 for refusing to renounce the white man’s religion), 22 Catholic victims, later declared saints, are enshrined in the stained-glass windows.
Old Kampala National Mosque
Kampala Central Mosque, Old Kampala, Uganda
The mosque is the major feature on the oldest hill in the city offering unrivalled 360 degrees views of Kampala from the Minaret. The Mosque is regarded as the largest in Africa, reputed to have enough space to accommodate 35,000 worshippers at any one time. Be prepared to change your style as ladies will be required to experience and dress in long skirts and headscarf.
Namugongo Martyr’s Shrine
Namugongo, Nakawa, Kampala, Uganda
This basilica is dedicated to 22 young Christian congregants who were brutally murdered between 1885-1887 by Kabaka Mwanga for their allegiance to christianity. They were beatified in 1920 by Pope Benedict XV and later canonized by Pope Paul VI in 1964. The 22 Martyrs are the only African saints to whom a basilica is dedicated and they are the largest group of saints ever canonized by the Catholic Church.