To transform lives through ecumenism, capacity building, advocacy and service delivery.
One Church; United in Faith and Mission Witnessing to Jesus Christ and Transforming Lives.
In pursuing its Christian calling, the Council shall uphold:
Basis of Membership
The National Council of Churches of Kenya is a family of Christian communions and organisations in fellowship and witness. A member of the NCCK must be registered in Kenya.
While recognizing that each church and organization has its own basis or order or doctrine, all the members of the Council accept a common doctrinal statement as a declaration of their essential spiritual unity.
In the doctrinal statement, the members of NCCK are united in confessing the faith to which the church has ever witnessed in One Triune God, Father Son and Holy Spirit, worshipping the Father revealed to the world in Jesus Christ in the power of the Holy Spirit.
They also hold the Holy Scriptures of the Old and New Testaments as being God’s revelation of Himself to the world, and that these contain all things necessary for salvation and are supreme and decisive standards of faith and conduct to which all teachings and all creeds and confessions are subordinate
Categories of Membership
There are three categories of membership in the NCCK:
This is open to all churches duly constituted in Kenya.
Open to all locally constituted Christian organisations, fellowships or groups organized to promote some definite Christian activities not directly under any church as defined above.
Open to any group which does not wish to or is unable to accept the basis of membership but nevertheless would like to have a fraternal relationship with the Council.
Applicants for full membership, if approved by the Council, are in all cases first accepted into probationary membership. This is to allow the members of the Council to be acquainted with the applicant and for the applicant to appreciate the responsibilities of membership.
Current Members of NCCK
Scripture Union of Kenya