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
  • CCMP Does it Again! The Story of PEFA, Migori County

  • Towards a More Inclusive,Transparent Governance; Mwahanje

  • NCCK, Partners Champion Devolution in Kwale

  • Forty Participants Empowered for PPI Implementation

  • Global Fund New Funding Model Gives Hope to Those Infected in Nyeri County

  • Mindset Change; Unlocking Farmers’ Potential.

  • Its Back to Work as Council Staff Reconvene During Devotion.

  • In CCMP, the Missing Link is Found

  • The Fruits of Conservation Agriculture are Evident: Ibrahim Kithaka

  • My Personal Experience 15 Months in Office

Latest News

Written on 17/03/2017, 08:45 by admin
press-statement-issued-in-machakos-town-by-ukambani-church-leaders Africa Brotherhood Church Archbishop Timothy Ndambuki and also NCCK Vice Chair is flanked by other church leaders during a press conference in Machakos town. UKAMBANI CHAMPIONS FOR SUSTAINABLE HOLISTIC DEVELOPMENT (UCSD) The Ukambani Bishops and church leaders meeting at St. Joseph’s Pastoral...
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ccmp-does-it-again-the-story-of-pefa-migori-county  A gathering at the new PEFA County cathedral awaiting the grand opening of the church PEFA County cathedral is located in Migori town, along Migori-Sirare road behind Florence hotel. The sanctuary opened its doors on the 9th January 2000. By then, congregants were on a leased premise known as...
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resolutions-by-nyanza-clergy-and-elders-forum NCCK General Secretary Rev. Canon Peter Karanja poses for a group photo with Nyanza Clergy and Elders after a two-day forum in Kisumu Towards Peaceful and Credible Elections in Kenya Nyanza Clergy and Elders’ Dialogue Forum RESOLUTIONS A. PreambleWe the Elders, women and Clergy from Nyanza...
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a-joint-communique-issued-by-the-national-elders-and-clergy-forum-on-credible-and-peaceful-2017-general-election                                            NCCK General Secretary Rev. Canon Peter...
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resolutions-by-myoot-council-of-elders-following-a-2-day-forum-on-peaceful-elections                                             The General Secretary Reverend Canon...
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press-release-by-religious-leaders-on-the-health-crisis-in-kenya Leaders from across the faiths pose for a group photo after a strategy meeting on the state of the nation ahead of the 2017 general election. We the faith leaders of Kenya commend the ruling by the Court of Appeal that the seven officials of the Kenya Medical Practitioners and Dentists Union be...
Written on 10/02/2017, 13:26 by admin
towards-a-more-inclusive-transparent-governance-the-story-of-mwahanje  Mama Monica Mwahanje, elaborating her point in a past workshop This story is about the initiative of Monica Mwahanje, who is one of the twelve women ToTs, recruited by the NCCK Coast region in her implementation of Ugatuzi Na Haki project. The project seeks to advance inclusive and transparent...
Written on 10/02/2017, 12:57 by admin
towards-a-more-inclusive-transparent-governance Mama Anna Ngala, Village Administrator in Kinango, addressing the Council of Elders and KAYA, during the Kinango Sub-county forums with the leaders on 18th January 2017. NCCK playing a key role in strengthening our county.” These were the words of Mrs. Anna Ngala, a Village Administrator,...
Written on 07/02/2017, 12:37 by admin
forty-participants-empowered-for-ppi-implementation  Time to take some lessons...as participants go through the training in readiness for the PPI project The implementation of the Programme for Pastoral Instruction (PPI) received a major boost following the training of at least 40 selected participants from across the country.The team that...
Written on 07/02/2017, 12:35 by admin
global-fund-new-funding-model-gives-hope-to-those-infected-in-nyeri-county    Various groups take part in a walk to commemorate the 2016 World Aids Day The ongoing effort in home and community based care to People Living with HIV (PLWHIV) in Nyeri County has realized major milestones since its inception 5 years ago. The project collaborates with the County Health...
Written on 06/01/2017, 14:10 by admin
mindset-change-unlocking-farmers-potential A farmer in Yatta (beneficiary of CIM water harvesting project) takes participants through a session on how he uses the water he harvests on his silanga to farm commercial crops such tomatoes and onions. He had just transplanted onions to these beds as can be seen in the photograph. As part of her...
Written on 05/01/2017, 16:16 by admin
its-back-to-work-as-council-staff-reconvene-during-devotion Council staff follow proceedings during the first devotion of 2017 held at Jumuia Place Nairobi The National Council of Churches of Kenya (NCCK General Secretary Reverend Canon Peter Karanja, has challenged Council staff with children to invest in them for a better future.He particularly singled out...
Written on 05/01/2017, 09:16 by admin
in-ccmp-the-missing-link-is-foundMy name is Beth Waithira Kamathi, The Principal ACC&S School of Theology and Professional Studies (ASTAPS). My first engagement with the institution was in 2001 when I enrolled as a student to pursue a Diploma in Biblical Studies. Immediately after graduation, I enrolled at St. Paul’s...
Written on 07/12/2016, 13:08 by admin
resolve-corruption-now NCCK Chair Canon Rosemary Mbogo & Gen. Sec. Reverend Canon Peter Karanja are flanked by Church leaders during a Press Conference in Limuru following a two-day meeting of Executive Committee RESOLVE CORRUPTION NOW! Press Statement Preamble The Executive Committee of the National Council...
Written on 25/11/2016, 13:30 by admin
the-fruits-of-conservation-agriculture-are-evident-ibrahim-kithaka Ibrahim’s 20X20 plot of land under Conservation Agriculture during the first season of the project Ibrahim Kithaka Makembo is a husband, a father and a proud farmer. The father of 4, who hails from Tharaka Nithi county, has also adopted 3 other children whom he takes care of. The farmer told...
Written on 25/11/2016, 13:24 by admin
trainers-undergo-training-on-ccmp At least 30 participants have undergone a 2-week training aimed at equipping them with knowledge and skills so as to confidently facilitate communities to reach informed decisions and alleviate poverty. The training was conducted in Mombasa under Church and Community Mobilization Project (CCMP)....
Written on 11/11/2016, 08:51 by admin
my-personal-experience-15-months-in-office I was appointed as an Assistant Chief on 10th June 2015. During CCMP trainings, I had been empowered to strengthen existing community structures, and if need be, create new ones. When I took up my duties as an Assistant Chief, I found active Peace Committees and Village Elders’ Forum. I...
Written on 11/11/2016, 08:10 by admin
ncck-mmust-sign-major-pact-to-enhance-health-care-in-western Masinde Muliro University of Science and Technology (MMUST) and Jumuia Hospitals Ltd. (JHL), have signed a 5-year Memorundum of Understanding, effectively ushering in a new dawn on the provision of accessible, affordable and high quality health care in the larger Western region. The agreement that...
Written on 03/11/2016, 14:13 by admin
happy-to-know-our-cancer-status-ncck-staff They say information is power. And that is exactly what the National Council of Churches of Kenya staff at the head office got when the Council organized a cancer awareness session for her employees. The exercise that was organized to mark the end of the National Breast Cancer Awareness Month, was...
Written on 27/10/2016, 14:05 by admin
how-god-shaped-my-life-through-ncck Born in the village and in the clan that I love and treasure, here I stand. For I know and smell the goodness of my origin despite challenges that occurred. The roots of our existence matters a lot hence I do believe my stabilized spirit of focus has been strengthened each and every time I recall my...
Written on 27/10/2016, 13:52 by admin
another-first-in-ndulilya-thanks-to-ccmp The National Council of Churches of Kenya (NCCK), has scored another first, after it inspired congregants at ABC Ndulilya church in Machakos county to put up a magnificent Sanctuary at an estimated cost of Ksh. 5 million. Through its highly successful Church and Community Mobilization Process...
Written on 13/10/2016, 14:08 by admin
governor-ranguma-canon-karanja-explore-possible-partnership  The County government of Kisumu will collaborate with the National Council of Churches of Kenya (NCCK) to enhance health services in the region. Making the announcement, the County’s Governor Hon. Jack Ranguma revealed that his government had identified health as a pillar of...
Written on 30/09/2016, 14:46 by admin
ncck-feted-for-her-contribution-in-fighting-hiv-and-aids The National Council of Churches of Kenya (NCCK) has been awarded for her tremendous contribution to the prevention, treatment and care of HIV/AIDs in Nairobi County. The award by the University of Maryland, Baltimore’s Kenya Programme, was given to Huruma clinic, under the Partnership for...
Written on 29/09/2016, 13:34 by admin
count-down-to-grand-opening-of-j-f-h-k-begins-after-successful-pre-launch  The grand opening of the refurbished Jumuia Friends Hospital Kaimosi (JFHK) is now set for January next year. This was revealed yesterday during the soft opening of the facility in Vihiga County, that was attended by the National Council of Churches of Kenya (NCCK) Patrons Rtd. Archbishop...
Written on 23/09/2016, 11:41 by admin
separated-by-sea-land-but-united-in-taking-responsive-climate-change-actionsVisiting Accra-Ghana from the 30th of August to 4th of September this year was both a privilege and opportunity to learn. The particular focus of my visit was to explore vital lessons on climate change adaptation as well as civil society organization’s involvement in building community resilience...
Written on 23/09/2016, 11:28 by admin
my-experience-during-a-trip-to-myrada-india The visit to MYRADA in India was organized by Tear Fund to enhance partners’ capacities on different strategies used by communities to positively influence their economic, social and political development. MYRADA has been working through Self Help Groups (SHGs) for more than two decades....
Written on 23/09/2016, 09:46 by admin
tharaka-nithi-reap-big-from-conservation-agriculture Tharaka Nithi county is one of the areas that fall under the Arid and Semi-Arid Lands (ASAL’s). The region is synonymous with crop failure due to erratic rainfall. A big percentage of farmers in Tharaka, have over time practiced conventional ways of farming majorly due to limited skills. In a...
Written on 23/09/2016, 09:06 by admin
clergy-community-elders-key-in-championing-national-cohesion-canon-karanja  The clergy and community elders have been challenged to collaborate in their efforts to foster peace and national cohesion ahead of next year’s General Election. Speaking in Kakamega County, the National Council of Churches of Kenya (NCCK) General Secretary Reverend Canon Peter Karanja...
Written on 31/08/2016, 11:20 by admin
church-leaders-to-push-for-gender-justice  Church leaders in the country have renewed their commitment to push for Gender Justice and implementation of the two-thirds gender principle as stipulated in the Constitution of Kenya 2010. The commitment was made during a consultation held just a few days before the expiry of a deadline by when...
Written on 23/08/2016, 13:47 by admin
ncck-staff-marvel-at-the-refurbished-jfhk-express-optimism-as-they-tour-facility The National Council of Churches of Kenya (NCCK) employees, have hailed the Council’s social investment in the health sector, describing NCCK’s  premier hospital as simply “magnificent.” The staff who spoke during their maiden 3-hour tour of the newly refurbished Jumuia Friends Hospital Kaimosi...
Written on 22/08/2016, 15:15 by admin
seek-to-understand-ethnic-narratives-to-foster-national-cohesion-and-integration-canon-karanja  Kenyan communities have been urged to frequently dialogue with each other with a view of resolving issues that oftenly create disharmony among them, thus hampering national cohesion and integration. Speaking in Kitale, Trans-Nzoia county the National Council of Churches of Kenya (NCCK) General...
Written on 10/08/2016, 14:47 by admin
i-am-now-a-better-leader-thanks-to-cfcMy name is Doreen Jemutai, a 4th year student at Moi University pursuing Applied Statistics with Computing. I have been involved in leadership activities both in my community and in the university. I have served as a secretary and a vice chair person in two local youth groups, Baringo change makers and...
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my-experience-as-a-participant-in-the-cfc-international-exchange-programme                          My name is Calver Mwando a student at Kenyatta University pursuing a degree in Bachelor of Education Arts specializing in Mathematics and Business Studies about to embark on my second year in September I have been involved in a lot of leadership activities the basis being...
Written on 02/08/2016, 15:53 by admin
mrs-frasch-canon-karanja-explore-areas-of-cooperation-during-a-courtesy-call German embassy in Kenya has lauded the National Council of Churches of Kenya (NCCK) for her engagement in the country’s socio-political agenda. Speaking at Jumuia Place Nairobi during her courtesy call to NCCK’s General Secretary Reverend Canon Peter Karanja, German Ambassador to Kenya Her Excellency...
Written on 01/08/2016, 05:01 by admin
canon-karanja-calls-for-serious-investment-to-rescue-kenya-s-health-sector Institutions offering training in medicine have been challenged to sharpen their engagement with a view of producing competent personnel for the job market. Speaking at King’s Medical College (KMC) in Naro Moru, the National Council of Churches of Kenya (NCCK) General Secretary Reverend Canon Peter...
Written on 26/07/2016, 07:13 by admin
jumuia-hospital-expected-to-open-soon The 100-bed capacity Jumuia Friends Hospital Kaimosi, has finally been handed over to the National Council of Churches of Kenya, after undergoing major renovations at a cost of over Ksh.250 million. The development sets the stage for the facility’s soft opening scheduled for later this year. The brief...
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memorandum-to-the-joint-parliamentary-select-committee-on-matters-relating-to-the-iebc-and-electoral-process-presented-by-the-participants-of-the-multi-sectoral-forum   Memorandum to the Joint Parliamentary Select Committee on matters relating to the IEBC and Electoral Process Presented by the Participants of the Multi Sectoral Forum   On Monday 18th July 2016, your esteemed committee during a session with religious leaders was informed that representatives from...
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press-statement-by-the-multi-sectoral-forum-on-electoral-reforms CONCLUDE URGENT REFORMS TO ASSURE KENYANS OF A CREDIBLE ELECTION   PRESS STATEMENT   Preamble: Religious leaders drawn from different faiths and members of the civil society, Women, Youth, trade unions and People With Disability and other stakeholders, have met here at Ufungamano House under...
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my-remarks-during-the-opening-session-of-multi-sectoral-forum-on-iebc-reforms REMARKS BY THE   REV. CANON PETER KARANJA THE GENERAL SECRETARY DURING THE MULTI-SECTORAL FORUM ON I.E.B.C REFORMS ON 19th JULY 2016 AT UFUNGAMANO HOUSE, NAIROBI A.     PRELIMINARIES Hon. Ekwe Ethuro, Speaker of the Senate of Kenya, His Excellency Robert Godec, U.S Ambassador to...
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building-community-resilience-a-key-focus-as-new-project-is-launched  Mathare residents will soon be sensitized on critical issues affecting them aimed at enhancing community resilience and enable them to actively participate in decision making processes. The objective is part of a new project launched today courtesy of the National Council of Churches of Kenya (NCCK)...
Written on 05/07/2016, 13:19 by admin
hundreds-benefit-from-free-training-as-ncck-stand-attracts-farmers  At least a thousand farmers in Lower Eastern region have benefited   from free training on dryland farming technologies, courtesy of the National Council of Churches of Kenya (NCCK). The training that attracted hundreds  to the NCCK’s exhibition stand was conducted during the just concluded South...
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nyeri-church-leaders-resolve-to-end-incessant-political-wrangles Frequent political wrangles in Nyeri County could be a thing of the past after the 2017 elections, should Church leaders implement their resolutions adopted at a recent meeting held in the region. During the meeting organized by the County Coordinating Committee (C.C.C) of the National Council of...
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ncck-partners-join-hands-to-mitigate-effects-of-climate-change-in-3-counties Pastoralist communities living in 3 counties will receive training aimed at enhancing their capacity in dealing with adverse effects of climate change, thanks to a new initiative dubbed ‘Pastoralist Community Climate Resilience Programme’ (PCCRP). The 6-month project will also help to develop a...
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ncck-to-engage-communities-on-civic-education-national-cohesion  The National Council of Churches of Kenya (NCCK) has finalized a nationwide programmatic strategy that will see the Council actively participate in the electoral process leading to and after the 2017 general election. In a statement to Council partners, General Secretary Reverend Canon Peter...
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canon-karanja-commissions-urap-vehicles-worth-kshs-20-million The National Council of Churches of Kenya (NCCK) has formally received three Toyota Land Cruisers   valued at KSh. 20 million. The Hardtop engines that were donated by the United Nations High Commission for Refugees (UNHCR) are expected to boost Council work through her engagement under Urban Refugee...
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press-statement-by-religious-leaders-on-14th-june-2016 Press Statement Let Reason Prevail in the Electoral Process 1.      Preamble We the religious leaders drawn from the Kenya Conference of Catholic Bishops (KCCB) the National Council of Churches of Kenya (NCCK), Evangelical Alliance of Kenya (EAK), Supreme Council of Kenya Muslims (SUPKEM),...
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ecep-press-statement-27th-may-2016  PRESS STATEMENT   FOR THE LOVE OF OUR COUNTRY, COME AND REASON TOGETHER  Preamble We the Religious Leaders representing the Kenya Conference of Catholic Bishops (KCCB), National Council of Churches of Kenya (NCCK), National Muslim Leaders Forum (NAMLEF), Council of Imams and Preachers of Kenya...
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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...

 

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
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