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
  • Turkana County Climate Change Recommendations

  • Rev Chris Kinyanjui Kamau Assumes Office

  • CORKE Project in Turkana Launched

  • Pastoral Letter on Education

  • Ensure Just And Fair Benefit From Extractives For All

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turkana-county-climate-change-recommendations CORKE Turkana Scenario Building Session Turkana County 15th November 2019   Recommendations for Enhancing Climate Change Governance Preamble Turkana County covers 77,000 square kilometers and has a population of 926,976 (2019 Census). Her neighbours are Marsabit County to the East, Samburu...
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corke-project-in-turkana-launched  TURKANA COUNTY IS JOINING CLIMATE CHANGE AGREEMENT   PRESS STATEMENT The Governor of Turkana County, HE Josphat Nanok, has today held a meeting with representatives from the National Council of Churches of Kenya, North Rift Economic Bloc (NOREB), Department of International Development...
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rev-chris-kinyanjui-kamau-assumes-office Rev Chris Kinyanjui Kamau Assumes Office The Reverend Chris Kinyanjui Kamau has today assumed office as the General Secretary of the National Council of Churches of Kenya. He is the 13th General Secretary since the Council was established in June 1913. He took over from Rev Canon Peter Karanja, whose...
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climate-change-agreement-monitoring-system-established Climate Change Agreement Monitoring System Established A system to monitor the implementation of the Climate Change Cooperation Agreement for Kerio River Ecosystem counties has been established. This follows the training and equipping of Community Organizers and County Government Officials from...
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pastoral-letter-on-education  Value Based Education the Safeguard of Our Nation Pastoral Letter Proverbs 22:6 Train up a child in the way he should go, and when he is old he will not turn from it.   Preamble This Executive Committee of the National Council of Churches of Kenya (NCCK) recognizes that education is...
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ensure-just-and-fair-benefit-from-extractives-for-all ENSURE JUST AND FAIR BENEFIT FROM EXTRACTIVES FOR ALL COMMUNIQUE   See Also - Keynote Address by Rev Canon Karanja during Jukwaa La Madini   PREAMBLE The Second Jukwaa La Madini, Mafuta na Gesi (National Conference on Mining, Oil and Gas 2019) has been held at Safari Park Hotel,...
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getting-it-right-keynote-addressGETTING IT RIGHT: KEYNOTE   ADDRESS   BY REVEREND CANON PETER KARANJA GENERAL SECRETARY   DURING JUKWAA LA MADINI, MAFUTA NA GESI   ON 24TH SEPTEMBER 2019   AT   SAFARI PARK HOTEL, NAIROBI Preamble: I recognize the leadership of Haki Madini...
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rev-chris-kinyanjui-induction-speech PURPOSE, PEOPLE AND PROSPERITY INAUGURAL SPEECH DELIVERED BY BY REV CHRIS KINYANJUI KAMAU DURING HIS INDUCTION SERVICE AS GENERAL SECRETARY OF THE NATIONAL COUNCIL OF CHURCHES OF KENYA DELIVERED ON 23RD SEPTEMBER 2019 AT JUMUIA CONFERENCE AND COUNTRY HOME, LIMURU The Chairman of the...
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rev-canon-karanja-farewell-speech SHOW YOURSELF A MAN: LEADERSHIP LESSONS FROM TIMOTHY FAREWELL ADDRESS BY REVEREND CANON PETER KARANJA 12TH GENERAL SECRETARY (2007 – 2019) DURING THE INDUCTION SERVICE OF REVEREND CHRIS KINYANJUI KAMAU 13TH GENERAL SECRETARY ON 23RD SEPTEMBER 2019 AT JUMUIA CONFERENCE AND COUNTRY HOME,...
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executive-committee-tribute-to-canon-karanjaA RECOGNITION FROM THE EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE   THE REVEREND CANON PETER KARANJA GENERAL SECRETARY OF NCCK 2007 – 2019   On 13th September 2007, the National Council of Churches of Kenya with joy and gratitude to God welcomed Reverend Canon Peter Karanja as her 12th General Secretary. We are...
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13th-general-secretary-inducted    13TH GENERAL SECRETARY INDUCTED PRESS STATEMENT   The Executive Committee of the National Council of Churches of Kenya is pleased to announce the induction of the 13th General Secretary, Reverend Chris Kinyanjui Kamau, who will assume office on 1st October 2019. This follows...
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corke-turkana-kicks-off The inclusion of Turkana County in the Cooperation Agreement spearheaded by the Council and other partners moved a notch higher when an inception meeting was held with the North Rift Economic Bloc secretariat yesterday. The goal of the project is facilitate Turkana County to join Baringo, Elgeyo...
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jumuia-friends-hospital-reaches-13-000-through-medical-camp Just under 13,000 people were this week reached through Free Medical Camps offered by the Jumuia Friends Hospital Kaimosi in Shinyalu, Malava and Mumias East constituencies. Clients were screened, provided with laboratory tests, treated or offered for tertiary care during the free medical camps that...
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ncck-press-release  Press Release THE STANDARD GROUP: APOLOGIZE AND WITHDRAW MALICIOUS ARTICLE John 8: 32 Then you will know the truth, and the truth will set you free The National Council of Churches of Kenya has noted with concern the article published in your newspaper on Sunday 15th September 2019 under...
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jumuia-friends-hospital-kaimosi-not-closed   JUMUIA FRIENDS HOSPITAL KAIMOSI NOT CLOSED PRESS  RELEASE The National Council of Churches of Kenya has noted with concern recent media items implying that the Jumuia Friends Hospital Kaimosi has been closed. We wish to assure the general public that the hospital is operational. Staff...
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executive-committee-press-statement   THAT WE MAY BE ONE PRESS STATEMENT A. Preamble The Executive Committee of the National Council of Churches of Kenya has met here today at Jumuia Conference and Country Home, Limuru, to transact statutory business and reflect on the concerns that had been raised following the appointment of...
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our-presentation-to-the-senate-on-high-rates-of-teenage-pregnancies  To: Speaker of the SenateClerk of the SenateSen. (Dr.) Langat Christopher Andrew – Chair, Committee on EducationC.c. Sen. (Prof) Kamar Margaret Chepkoech- Vice Chair, Committee on Education 1. PREAMBLEThe National Council of Churches of Kenya (NCCK) appreciates the invitation by your...
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our-memorundum-to-senate-jlac-on-electoral-reforms NCCK General Secretary Rev. Canon Peter Karanja presents the NCCK Memorundum on Electoral Reforms to Senator Samson Cherargei, Chair of the Senate's Justice Legal Administration Committee at the County Hall, Nairobi. Canon Karanja was accompanied by a host of church leaders among them Deputy General...
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why-you-must-visit-jumuia-resorts-in-2019 A sample of our king size rooms available at our facilities. If you are planning to visit any of the 4 Jumuia Resorts this year, then be sure of an experience of a lifetime courtesy of passionate well-groomed and highly trained staff. This was revealed during a 3-day retreat held in Nakuru, that...
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christmas-comes-early-as-ncck-staff-take-time-off Merry Christmas to you all....as NCCK General Secretary greets staff during the luncheon held ar Jumuia Place Nairobi The National Council of Churches of Kenya staff have taken a 3-week Christmas break, with the General Secretary Reverend Canon Peter Karanja assuring them of better tidings in the new...
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jumuia-hospitals-on-take-off-as-sormie-joins-winning-team  Mr. Joseph Keverenge (Right) Dr. Mwamlolwe Warrakah (Center) and Dr. Charles Maringo (Left)exchange views during the induction. Plans to streamline the operations of Jumuia Hospitals Ltd. are now on course. This follows the successful recruitment of Mr. Joseph Sormie Keverenge as the...
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press-statement-by-the-executive-committee-meeting-7th-dec-2018NCCK General Secretary Rev Canon Peter Karanja is flanked by Council Chairman Archbishop Dr. Timothy Ndambuki (To his left) and members of the Executive Committee during a media briefing at Jumuia Conference and Country Home Limuru.  RESTORE JUSTICEPASTORAL LETTER Proverbs 29: 14If a king judges...
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enhanced-quality-affordable-medicare-for-nairobi-residents-thanks-to-jumuia-huruma This is how it works...explains Dr. Maringo when the FAC members toured the theatre section at Jumuia Huruma Residents of Nairobi County will soon begin to enjoy alternative quality accessible and affordable medical services courtesy of the newly built ultra-modern hospital, Jumuia Huruma. The...
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canon-karanja-tours-jumuia-kaimosi-assures-support-to-staff  Jumuia Kaimosi's Dr. Waithaka (in tie) explains a point to NCCK General Secretary Rev. Canon P. Karanja & his deputy Dr. Makanda during a tour of one of the theatres at Kaimosi. With them is the hospital's Administrator Mr. Tarbei among others The National Council of Churches of Kenya is...
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support-new-council-officials-canon-karanja From Left:Rev. P. Karanja(Gen.Sec.)Arch. M.Kilioba (Programs Chair)Arch. T Ndambuki (Chairman)& Moderator Mwamba (Vice Chair) during the induction exercise at Jumuia Conference and Country Home, Limuru. The National Council of Churches of Kenya General Secretary Rev Canon Peter Karanja has asked...
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archbishop-dr-timothy-ndambuki-s-speech-national-dialogue-conference-day-1NCCK Chairman Archbishop Dr. Timothy Ndambuki making his remarks during the official opening of the National Dialogue Conference (1) at Ufungamano House Nairobi. WE FULLY SUPPORT NATIONAL DIALOGUE ADDRESS BY ARCHBISHOP TIMOTHY NDAMBUKI NCCK CHAIRMAN DURING THE NATIONAL DIALOGUE CONFERENCE...
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curtains-fall-on-ncck-63rd-general-assembly-as-canon-karanja-hosts-staff-to-beach-party  General Secretary Rev. Canon Peter Karanja in a group photo with staff  at the poolside in Jumuia Conference and Beach Resort, Kanamai. They were joined by DGS Dr. Makanda as well as Rev. Dr. Jesse Kamau.  The National Council of Churches of Kenya 63rd General Assembly, has finally...
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ncck-gets-new-chair-vice-chair-as-curtains-fall-on-63rd-general-assembly The new Council Officials Archbishop Dr. T. Ndambuki and his Vice Chair Moderator Julius Mwamba being dedicated shortly after their elections at the 63rd General Assembly Archbishop Dr. Timothy Ndambuki and Moderator Julius Guantai Mwamba are the new faces in the leadership of the National Council of...
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INTRODUCTION

We have over the years remained focused on our mission while addressing the emerging needs of the various communities that we serve through our member churches. Such activities are coordinated through NCCK’s regional offices stemming from the head office to all our 9 regions. In the late 1980s, we committed to changing the mode of doing our programme work from implementation to facilitation. After a comprehensive evaluation of our performance for the period 1996 to 2001, we made a strategic choice to carry out advocacy work at the national level while facilitating the regions and member churches to undertake social services delivery. The regional framework empowers the County Coordinating Committees (CCC) to implement activities in collaboration with member churches.

 Over the years our focus has revolved on the operations and programmes around:

  • Enhancing Fellowship
  • Social Justice and Development
  • Advocacy for Social Justice

PROGRAMMES:

The Programme work of the Council forms the bulk of our work. The activities we undertake have a direct impact on the lives of the people in all our 9 regions where we operate. In this implementation structure, 5-6 counties are clustered to form a region, which is equipped with Council staff and an office.

a)    Capacity Building for Membership

Capacity Building for Membership (CBM) enables us to facilitate the  building of  capacities of member churches and organizations. It is achieved through the following interventions;

  • Organizational development process
  • Training on peace building and conflict management
  • Trust healing and forgiveness activities
  • Project management cycle and resource mobilization training and adaptable skills technology training.

b)     Education

We remain committed to enhancing academic standards in the Country by advocating to for  quality education to  all children. We also administer  scholarships for bright and needy students on behalf of our partners and implementing Pastoralist Education Programme.

c)     Social Services Projects and Programmes

Through this thematic area, we facilitate the membership to appreciate their role in social action aimed at responding to poverty, inequality and dehumanization. The membership is empowered to design, implement and manage projects effectively and efficiently. Those included are women and children in stress project and GarbaTulla and Turkana Children’s Home.

d)    Family and Community Health

The thematic area enables us to promote access to quality and affordable medical care by all people by supporting local community initiatives in conjunction with our partners. We have achieved this by implementing Global fund and Filling the gaps projects, Malezi Bora Project, Total War against AIDS and Huruma Clinic. 

e)      Refugee Services Programme

In the partnership with United Nations Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR), we have implemented various activities at both Kakuma and Dadaab refugee camps. These are;

  • Reproductive health programmes
  • Peace education programmes
  • Shelter programmes,
  • Livelihood projects
  • Verification of refugees

f)      Peace Building and Conflict Management

We continue to enhance the capacities of communities in the country to prevent, manage and mitigate against conflicts and violence. Following the 2008 Post Election Violence (PEV), we embarked on a programme of healing the nation programme through inter and intra ethnic initiatives. This initiative also included capacity building on peace  initiatives at community level such as Jirani mwema project and child protection project.

Through the office of the General Secretary, we have  mobilized NCCK membership and the Inter Religious Forum (IRF) to call for peace and security thus stabilizing the country. IRF developed and implemented a “peace plan” that focused on four main areas namely, humanitarian relief; media and communication; prayer and spiritual engagement; and political mediation. Other projects, which had significant impact, included emergency response project, Kenya civil society strengthening  project, protection and peace building project, Rift valley protection monitoring project and Nyanza  strategic  recovery forum project. These initiatives continue.

g)     Constitution and Legislative Reforms

We have maintained our quest for constitutional dispensation since early 80s, leading to the promulgation of the new constitution in 2010. These efforts were evident until recently during the implementation of the four anotted agendas, of the National Dialogue and Reconciliation Commission. But, tactfully, we trained various church leaders to enable them engage effectively on constitutional matters, such as preliminary development and dissemination of laws, acts and bills and active engagement in the constitutional review process. 

While the writing of various statutory laws is on- going, within the framework of the constitution and the schedule six, we have embraced numerous changes that have been precipitated with the new constitution. The devolution law provided an opportune moment for the us  to overhaul our district structures at regional levels, replacing them with County Coordinating Committee (CCC). Similarly, the new law introduced gender parity rule for state offices, however, most institutions, including NCCK have adopted such changes in order to improve women participation in council affairs.

h)     Environment

With effects of global warming being felt in many nations, we  continue to join hands with other partners in the mitigation efforts by empowering communities to better manage their environments.  To this end, we remain focused in creating awareness on climate change and food security interventions.

i)      Ethical Governance and Accountability

Endemic corruption has fundamentally perverted the cultural values, religious beliefs and social fabric of Kenyans. Consequently, accountability systems set up by the government and other institutions have been ineffective. In this regard, we engage on the governance and accountability systems by enhancing the capacities of church leaders and the general public to recognize and shun corruption. Such initiatives included Pesa Zetu activities, community dissemination forums and WachananaUfisadi Project.

 

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  • Address: 3rd Fr, Jumuia Place, Lenana road, Nairobi
  • Address: P. O. Box 45009 - 00100, Nairobi
  • Tel: 254202721249
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