The thesis investigated images of Jesus in Isaale Rituals. In doing this, the study analyse field data from local area in Mashami-Chagga Kilimanjaro Tanzania, where I was born and grew up. My basic aim is to observe images of Jesus in the Isaale tree rituals and to discuss how they can help make the theology meaning to the natives.The thesis comprises five chapters. Chapter one offers a general introduction of the study and explains the research problem, methodological and theoretical approaches and theological framework as well. It has also delineated the key research question, as well as the objectives and relevance of the study. Chapter two describes the background history of Mashami-Chagga area and peoples, the life cycle, planting of Christianity and community work in companionship with rituals and beliefs.Chapter three is a descriptive analysis of the field material looking at the areas of native rituals, and how this done in various ways starting with reconciliation and other rituals. Chapter four is about images of Jesus as Isaale tree. In that chapter the Isaale tree is interpreted as tree that functions like Jesus: conciliator, peace maker, one who justifies and has love for all. The work of reconciliation through Christian dogmatic teaching was discussed in short, but in larger context of Mashami Isaale tree. The significance of Isaale Christology as well as the challenges it poses were discussed in the chapter. Chapter five is a conclusion and a summary of the theological lessons from the research.