Our Mission

Our Mission

 

To transform lives through ecumenism, capacity building, advocacy and service delivery.

 

Our Vision2

Our Vision

One Church; United in Faith and Mission Witnessing to Jesus Christ and Transforming Lives.

Our Values2

Our Values

In pursuing its Christian calling, the Council shall uphold:

  • Integrity through accountability and transparency;
  • Stewardship through sound resource management;
  • Professionalism through competence and efficiency;
  • Partnership by collaborating with others;
  • Servant-hood through fair and humble service.
Mission & Vision
  • Kajiado CCC Affirms Churches, Vows to Strengthen Capacity

  • Church Leaders’ Call for Sobriety on IEBC, Determined to Foster Reconciliation Ahead of 2017...

  • Muturi Meets Church, Calls for National Conversation on IEBC

  • Ecumenical Civic Education Programme

  • EXCOM Press Statement- 22 April 2016

  • NCCK Feted for Innovation, Prudence.

  • Institute a Legal Process to Send IEBC Home: Canon Karanja

  • A Visit to the Holy Land

  • Prepare for Kenya's 2017 General Election

  • First Management Plan for Mara Eco System Launched

Latest News

Written on 24/05/2016, 13:00 by admin
congratulatory-message-to-ack-arch-elect-rt-rev-jackson-ole-sapit The Rt. Reverend Jackson Nasoore ole Sapit, Archbishop Elect, The Anglican Church of Kenya, P.O. Box 40539, NAIROBI Through The Archbishop of Kenya and Bishop of All Saints Cathedral Dear Rt. Rev. Sapit REF:    CONGRATULATORY MESSAGE ON YOUR ELECTION AS THE 6TH ARCHBISHOP OF ACK Receive...
Written on 20/05/2016, 10:26 by admin
kajiado-ccc-affirms-churches-vows-to-strengthen-capacity The National Council of Churches of Kenya’s (NCCK) Coordinating Committee of Kajiado County, has resolved to continue supporting and empowering member Churches with a view of strengthening and growing talent within their structures. This is according to the County’s Coordinating Committee Chairman...
Written on 20/05/2016, 06:39 by admin
church-leaders-call-for-sobriety-on-iebc-determined-to-foster-reconciliation-ahead-of-2017-general-election  Church leaders under the auspices of the Ecumenical Civic Engagement Programme (ECEP) have embarked on a series of  consultative meetings with various stakeholders in the electoral process aimed at ensuring that the 2017 general election is peaceful, fair and credible.  Top on the agenda of the...
Written on 13/05/2016, 11:09 by admin
muturi-meets-church-calls-for-national-conversation-on-iebc  Speaker of the National Assembly Hon. Justine Muturi is calling for the amendment of the Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission (IEBC) Act and related laws to secure a more credible and acceptable electoral management body, ahead of the 2017 general election. Speaking during a meeting with...
Written on 04/05/2016, 14:10 by admin
ecumenical-civic-education-programme RESOLUTIONS OF THE DIALOGUE FORUM BETWEEN KENYA CONFERENCE OF CATHOLIC BISHOPS (KCCB) AND NATIONAL COUNCIL OF CHURCHES OF KENYA (NCCK) AND ELDERS 4TH MAY 2016     1        Preamble Representatives of the Councils of Elders from Borana, Luo, Kalenjin, Kamba, Kikuyu, Kisii, Luhya, Meru, Miji...
Written on 22/04/2016, 11:12 by admin
excom-press-statement-22-april-2016   SAFEGUARD 2017 ELECTIONS   Press Statement   A.      Preamble The Executive Committee of the National Council of Churches of Kenya (NCCK) has met here at Jumuia Conference and Country Home, Limuru, for a three-day meeting to transact formal business and discuss matters of national...
Written on 14/04/2016, 05:01 by admin
ncck-contributes-to-reduction-of-mother-to-child-hiv-aids-transmissionThe National Council of Churches of Kenya has achieved 95.8%  of her year- 4 targets for the Prevention of Mother to Child Transmission (PMTCT) of the HIV virus. This is according to the Council’s year 4 Quarter 3 global fund report whose overall goal is ‘The Road towards an HIV free Society’.  The...
Written on 14/04/2016, 04:18 by admin
diakonia-sweden-fetes-ncck-for-innovation-prudence The National Council of Churches of Kenya (NCCK) has been feted for her innovation and prudent use of donor funding for the ‘Kwa Vonza Food Security Project’ in Lower Eastern. The award by Diakonia Sweden-one of NCCK’s longest bilateral partners- follows the Council’s use of technology to engage...
Written on 12/04/2016, 12:02 by admin
institute-a-legal-process-to-send-iebc-home-canon-karanja Pressure to undertake reforms at the  Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission (IEBC) ahead of next year’s general election continue to mount, with the National Council of Churches of Kenya  (NCCK) calling on Kenyans to demand accountability and answers from government and the electoral body on...
Written on 05/04/2016, 14:11 by admin
a-visit-to-the-holy-land    A Visit to the Holy Land  From 23rd January to 15 March 2016, I was privileged to take up a short course in Israel, courtesy of a scholarship by the Swedish Theological Institute in Jerusalem (STI). The STI is an institute of the Church of Sweden based in Jerusalem and is committed to the study...
Written on 05/04/2016, 09:49 by admin
prepare-for-kenya-s-2017-general-election                                 PREPARE FOR KENYA’S 2017 GENERAL ELECTIONS                                  PRESS STATEMENT   Preamble We the religious leaders have met under the Kenya Interfaith Elections Programme (KIEP),an initiative of the  inter religious Council of Kenya ,to reflect on the...
Written on 21/03/2016, 11:07 by admin
first-management-plan-for-mara-eco-system-launched  The National Council of Churches of Kenya together with her partners have launched the first ever Ecosystem Management for the Mara Ecosystem. The ceremony that attracted close to 200 people including representatives from the county governments of Bomet and Narok was presided over by the NCCK Deputy...
Written on 10/03/2016, 15:59 by admin
ccc-expresses-concern-on-family-morality  Family and moral issues have been identified as the most urgent and critical matters that should be addressed by the Church in the country. This emerged during the County Coordinating Committee meeting in Lower Eastern that brought together about 25 participants among them CCC officials from...
Written on 10/03/2016, 15:48 by admin
ncck-sponsored-students-shine-in-kcse-hail-the-council-for-making-their-dream-come-true Thirty-two out of 37 students who were sponsored by the National Council of Churches of Kenya (NCCK)   are assured of securing a chance in Kenya’s public universities after they posted impressive results in last year’s Kenya Certificate of Secondary Education (KCSE) exams. Ten candidates out of the...
Written on 04/03/2016, 14:19 by admin
j-h-k-gears-up-for-soft-opening-as-canon-karanja-team-tour Plans for the soft opening of Jumuia Hospitals’ premier facility-Jumuia Friends Hospital Kaimosi- are on course. This emerged yesterday during a site visit that was led by the National Council of Churches of Kenya (NCCK) General Secretary Reverend Canon Peter Karanja. Speaking during the visit to the...
Written on 02/03/2016, 06:15 by admin
ambassador-ronneberg-lauds-ncck-work-calls-for-exploring-opportunities-for-closer-ties-with-norway  Norway’s Ambassador to Kenya, H.E. Mr. Victor Ronneberg has lauded the National Council of Churches of Kenya for her various initiatives in the country that directly affect the lives of Kenyans. Speaking during his courtesy call to NCCK’s General Secretary Reverend Canon Peter Karanja, the...
Written on 26/02/2016, 15:54 by admin
ncck-staff-join-participants-in-reviewing-ccmp  The National Council of Churches of Kenya (NCCK) staff have held a successful meeting to assess progress made in the implementation of Church and Community Mobilization Project (CCMP). The meeting that was also attended by about 15 participants and held in Machakos, specifically focused on CCMP’s...
Written on 19/02/2016, 12:55 by admin
north-rift-hosts-cccs-as-new-chair-formally-takes-office  The National Council of Churches of Kenya North Rift Chairman Reverend Alfred Sagala, has formally taken over office with a challenge to all County Coordinating Committees (CCCs) to strengthen their resource mobilization processes. Rev. Sagala who addressed a meeting that brought together North Rift...
Written on 18/02/2016, 15:48 by admin
canon-karanja-lauds-jumuia-staff-calls-for-cooperation  Reverend Canon Peter Karanja today rallied management and staff of Jumuia Resorts to embrace recommendations contained in a new turn around strategy for the resorts.   Speaking during the launch of the strategy, the National Council of Churches of Kenya General Secretary called for cooperation among...
Written on 17/02/2016, 16:01 by admin
new-f-a-c-members-inducted-amid-high-expectations  The National Council of Churches of Kenya (NCCK) General Secretary Reverend Canon Peter Karanja is confident that the re-constituted Finance and Administration Committee (F.A.C) of the Council will surpass its expectations. While congratulating new members  on their appointment, Canon Karanja...
Written on 11/02/2016, 15:07 by admin
communique-from-the-kisumu-women-leadership-conference   Communiqué from the Kisumu Women Leadership Conference   Preamble Women leaders together with representatives from Religious Institutions, the Luo council of elders, youth leadership, Kisumu County Political Parties representatives and Civil Society organizations Supporting Women Leadership have...
Written on 11/02/2016, 14:48 by admin
changieni-rasli-mali-key-to-lasting-peace-in-mau  The highly successful  ‘Changieni Raslimali’ project in the Mara ecosystem is a major incentive to resolving perennial conflicts among communities living in the area. This emerged during a recent meeting held in Mau aimed at exploring ways on how to ensure resources are no longer a source of...
Written on 11/02/2016, 14:24 by admin
number-of-women-seeking-elective-posts-in-kisumu-to-increase-courtesy-of-new-project  The number of women seeking elective positions in Kisumu county is expected to rise during the next general election, thanks to the ongoing ‘County Bora Jukumu Letu project’. The partnership initiative which is spearheaded by the National Council of Churches of Kenya (NCCK) and U.N Women will also...
Written on 12/01/2016, 14:11 by admin
cfc-participants-begin-their-4-month-stay-in-norway Kenya’s 2015/16 Communication for Change participants are currently in Oslo Norway for their second leg of the exchange programme. The two students Calver Mwando and Doreen Jemutai- Kenyatta and Moi Universities respectively- will join their counterparts from Tanzania, South Africa, Madagascar,...
Written on 06/01/2016, 15:52 by admin
back-to-work-as-ncck-staff-congregate-at-jumuia-place  The National Council of Churches of Kenya (NCCK) staff resumed duty earlier today, ending their 3-week long holiday break. They were away for Christmas and New Year festivities since 11th December last year. Led by the NCCK General Secretary Reverend Canon Peter Karanja, the jubilant staff who...
Written on 31/12/2015, 20:35 by admin
ncck-new-year-message                                                                                                                 NEW YEAR MESSAGE   A)     Preamble: The National Council of Churches of Kenya wishes all Kenyans a blessed and God-filled New Year 2016. May this be the year when we all determine to seek...
Written on 11/12/2015, 08:53 by admin
christmas-comes-early-at-ncck-as-canon-karanja-hopes-corruption-will-be-eliminated-in-2016  Kenyans will only feel the impact of the war on corruption when it will decisively be dealt with at all levels. This was said by the National Council of Churches of Kenya (NCCK) General Secretary Reverend Canon Peter Karanja. Speaking at NCCK headquarters along Lenana road Nairobi, Canon Karanja...
Written on 02/12/2015, 11:08 by admin
press-statement-by-the-executive-committee                                                 TAKE RADICAL ACTION TO REDEEM AND RESTORE KENYA   Press Statement   A.       Preamble The Executive Committee of the National Council of Churches of Kenya (NCCK) has met here at Jumuia Conference and Country Home, Limuru, for a two-day meeting...
Written on 23/11/2015, 15:53 by admin
general-secretary-s-remarks-on-gender-justice     THE ROLE OF FAITH LEADERS IN PROMOTION OF GENDER JUSTICE REMARKS BY REVEREND CANON PETER KARANJA THE GENERAL SECRETARY AND NATIONAL CHAMPION FOR GENDER JUSTICE DURING THE REGIONAL CONSULTATION FOR FAITH LEADERS ON GENDER JUSTICE SUPPORTED BY CHRISTIAN AID - KENYA ON 23RD NOVEMBER...
Written on 17/11/2015, 16:18 by admin
canon-karanja-leads-management-in-strategy-meeting-for-jumuia-resorts The National Council of Churches of Kenya (NCCK) is committed to ensuring that all her subsidiaries are functioning optimally, Rev Canon Peter Karanja has said. Speaking at Jumuia Conference and Country Home, Limuru, the NCCK General Secretary emphasized that the Council’s governance and management...
Written on 16/11/2015, 05:20 by admin
champion-of-nature Following an environment champions training in Baraka Agricultural training in Molo in November last year, James Tangus, a participant at the training, vowed to implement what he had learnt from the training. True to his word, his momentum for success begun before he left Baraka when he took with him...
Written on 16/11/2015, 05:19 by admin
chepkoibet-spring-breaths-life-again-a-success-story-from-crm-initiatives-in-bomet 2Kings 2: 19-22 (NKJV): 19 Then the men of the city said to Elisha, “Please notice, the situation of this city is pleasant, as my lord sees; but the water is bad, and the ground barren.” 20 And he said, “Bring me a new bowl, and put salt in it.” So they brought it to him. 21 Then he went out to the...
Written on 13/11/2015, 13:20 by admin
remarks-delivered-by-the-general-secretary-during-the-launch-of-act-alliance-regional-office-for-africa REMARKS BY   THE REVEREND CANON PETER KARANJA GENERAL SECRETARY DURING THE LAUNCH OF ACT ALLIANCE REGIONAL OFFICE (AFRICA) ON 12TH NOVEMBER 2015 AT AACC GUEST HOUSE, NAIROBI A.    PRELIMINARIES:   Rev John McCullaugh, President and CEO, Church World Services and Global Climate...
Written on 13/11/2015, 13:16 by admin
remarks-by-the-general-secretary-during-faith-leaders-summit-on-climate-change   CLIMATE CHANGE: GOD CARES, SO SHOULD WE   OPENING REMARKS BY   REVEREND CANON PETER KARANJA GENERAL SECRETARY OF NATIONAL COUNCIL OF CHURCHES OF KENYA AND NATIONAL CLIMATE CHANGE AMBASSADOR, KENYA     DURING THE   PAN AFRICAN FAITH LEADERS’ SUMMIT ON CLIMATE JUSTICE     ON 12TH...
Written on 30/10/2015, 09:42 by admin
remarks-by-the-general-secretary REMARKS BY THE REVEREND CANON PETER KARANJA   GENERAL SECRETARY ON THE STATE OF DEMOCRATIC GOVERNANCE AND ACCOUNTABILITY IN KENYA DURING THE LAUNCH OF DIAKONIA’S GOVERNANCE AND HUMAN RIGHTS PROGRAM SUPPORTED BY EMBASSY OF SWEDEN     ON 30th OCTOBER 2015 AT INTERCONTINENTAL HOTEL,...
Written on 22/10/2015, 09:06 by admin
we-want-our-share-the-forgotten-idps-of-kakuma-tell-government When Anna Echom arrived in Kakuma on a Monday afternoon close to a decade ago, Kenya was on the brink of the precipice, and the scotching sun was a poignant indication that life ahead was not for the faint-hearted. Over 1000 people had been killed, thousands others literally uprooted from their homes...
Written on 15/10/2015, 12:31 by admin
don-t-gag-the-media-respect-kenyans-rights-to-information                                 DON’T GAG THE MEDIA: RESPECT KENYANS’ RIGHT TO INFORMATION A)     Preamble: One of the fundamental achievements in Kenya’s 2010 Constitution, is the Bill of Rights, as enshrined in Chapter Four of the supreme law.  The Bill outlines various fundamental rights and...
Written on 05/10/2015, 05:24 by admin
unhcr-lauds-ncck-on-refugee-work-commits-to-enhanced-partnership The United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) will continue partnering with the National Council of Churches of Kenya aimed at improving the living condition of refugees in the country. This is according to Honorine Sommet-Lange, the newly appointed UNHCR Head of Sub-Office, Kakuma.  Lange...
Written on 05/10/2015, 05:06 by admin
ncck-flag-flying-high-because-of-you-canon-karanja  “You are an integral part of the National Council of Churches of Kenya and we are proud of you. Make the flag of NCCK to fly higher in the camp. I am very confident that you can do it because you have done it before.” These were the words of NCCK General Secretary Reverend Canon Peter Karanja,...
Written on 01/10/2015, 20:46 by admin
seventy-women-groups-to-redifine-economic-landscape-of-meru-slums A group of 70 vulnerable women in Meru slums, are set to redefine the socio-economic landscape of the area, thanks to Jamii Imara project launched last year. Through the project, the women are empowered economically by accessing micro-credit facilities. This  has enabled the women uplift their living...
Written on 01/10/2015, 20:10 by admin
jumuia-kaimosi-huruma-expected-to-open-soon  The National Council of Churches of Kenya (NCCK) is gearing up for the grand official opening of its first two fully -fledged Jumuia hospitals by end of this year. The premier facilities - Jumuia Friends Hospital Kaimosi and Jumuia Hospital Huruma-  are currently  undergoing major renovations, that...
Written on 01/10/2015, 19:54 by admin
ncck-partners-offer-support-to-refugees  At least 8,700 refugees have been given a new lease of life, courtesy of the ongoing Refugee Service Project being implemented at Kakuma Camp, by the National Council of Churches of Kenya (NCCK) and partners. Since the beginning of this year, the group among them asylum seekers from various...
Written on 01/10/2015, 12:03 by admin
ncck-committed-to-refugee-work-canon-karanja The National Council of Churches of Kenya (NCCK) General Secretary Canon Peter Karanja, has affirmed the Council’s commitment to supporting refugee work in the Country. Canon Karanja said that the Council considered the engagement a Christian calling and would seriously continue playing her role...
Written on 29/09/2015, 15:55 by admin
canon-karanja-prof-rotich-hold-discussions-on-possible-partnership The National Council of Churches of Kenya (NCCK) is exploring areas of mutual engagement  with Masinde Muliro University of Science and Technology (MMUST). Speaking in Kakamega during a courtesy call to MMUST Deputy Vice Chancellor Prof. Joseph Rotich, NCCK General Secretary Reverend Canon Peter...
Written on 16/09/2015, 07:03 by admin
canon-karanja-hosts-ceos-to-a-luncheon-calls-for-synergy The National Council of Churches of Kenya (NCCK) General Secretary Reverend Canon Peter Karanja, has called on all Council subsidiaries to synergize with an aim of enhancing their collective and individual institutional impact in the country.   Speaking during a rare luncheon for Chief Executive...
Written on 11/09/2015, 14:05 by admin
jumuia-hospitals-eadb-sign-a-kshs-350-million-healthcare-agreement The newly established Jumuia Hospitals Limited (JHL) and the East African Development Bank (EADB) have formally signed a multi-million shillings funding agreement that will see the NCCK owned chain of hospitals upscale its investment plan for the provision of quality and affordable healthcare in the...
Written on 18/08/2015, 12:12 by admin
rev-canon-karanja-adds-another-feather-to-his-cap The campaign for Gender Justice in the country got a shot in the arm after Reverend Canon Peter Karanja was commissioned its National Ambassador during a brief ceremony held on the sidelines of the NCCK 62nd General Assembly held at Jumuia Conference and Beach Resort, Kanamai, Kilifi last week. Canon...
Written on 17/08/2015, 07:48 by admin
you-are-exceptional-canon-karanja-tells-ncck-staff  The National Council of Churches of Kenya (NCCK) General Secretary Reverend Canon Peter Karanja, has lauded his staff for their meticulous organization that saw the Council successfully hold its 62nd General Assembly last week. Canon Karanja described the team as exceptional and expressed his...
Written on 13/08/2015, 10:55 by admin
ncck-62nd-communique   No Compromise on Values and Morals Communique of the NCCK 62nd General Assembly   Introduction The 62nd General Assembly of the National Council of Churches of Kenya has been held here at Jumuia Conference and Beach Resort, Kanamai, from 10th – 13th August 2015. The theme of the Assembly was...
Written on 12/08/2015, 20:51 by admin
canon-mbogo-archbishop-ndambuki-get-3-more-years-at-ncck The General Assembly of the National Council of Churches of Kenya (NCCK) has re-elected Reverend Canon Rosemary Mbogo and Archbishop Timothy Ndambuki to the positions of Chairman and Vice Chair respectively. The two who will be in office for 3 more years, retained their seats, during the 62nd...

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