MoU between NCCK and St. Paul’s University
July 22, 2022
The NCCK has signed an MoU with St Paul’s University to cooperate on Research, Information Sharing and Dissemination; Consultancy; Capacity Building; and Community Outreach Initiatives.
Through the partnership, the two institutions will collaboratively identify community needs and jointly develop intervention proposals for the same. In addition, the MoU creates a platform for enhanced capacity building of staff of both institutions through development and designing of short courses.
Speaking during the signing service, Rev Canon Chris Kinyanjui, the NCCK General Secretary, noted that St Paul’s University is a place where intellectual discussions on the politics of the country can be deliberated on from a theological perspective.
“We will work together with St Paul’s to enhance church programs and capacity building for church leaders and together we shall grow the body of Christ, and this nation” Rev Canon Chris added.
On his part, Rev Canon Prof James Kombo, the Vice Chancellor of St Paul’s University, emphasized the need for strong partnerships to address the society’s emerging issues. “As we look at the years ahead of us, there are new issues that are coming up that will need to be addressed by the church,” Prof Kombo added.
The MoU signing happened during the NCCK Executive Committee Meeting at Jumuia Conference and Country Home, Limuru.
St. Paul’s University, an associate member of NCCK, was formed through a collaboration between NCCK, Anglican Church of Kenya (ACK), Presbyterian Church of East Africa (PCEA), Methodist Church of Kenya (MCK), and many other partners.
Chriss Kinyanjui Kamau St. Paul’s University-Kenya.