Who We Are

Identity

 

Theological Mandate

 

Vision

 

Mission

 

Core Values

 

NCCK Theory Of Change

 

NCCK Motto:
 For Wananchi

 

Objectives:

The objectives of the Council are:-

a. To promote and facilitate fellowship, partnership and unity within the membership.

b. To promote consultations and joint action by the membership in all matters that bear upon our faith and witness, whether doctrinal, liturgical or missiological.

c. To build the capacities of the membership to enable them undertake their mission.

d. To facilitate the membership so that they can give expression to the Lordship of Christ over all aspects of human life and together with their communities identify needs, acquire necessary resources and promote service that is holistic, relevant and self sustaining.

e. To promote the Council’s corporate health, identity and growth for faithful and effective stewardship of the corporate vision, mission, heritage and sustainability.

 

Functions of the NCCK:

I. To bring together representatives of the Council’s membership and other interested parties for prayer, periodical consultations and reflection on matters spiritual and social.

II. To promote consultations and study by the membership and other relevant bodies in matters of unity and mission of the Church.

III. To establish mechanisms and systems that will strengthen the capacities of Council members to promote their spiritual and institutional growth, health and relevance.

IV. To facilitate the development of an enlightened Christian public opinion through study, investigation and debate on all issues of common concern to the people of Kenya and to give expression to such Christian opinion and bring it to bear on public life.

V. To provide a link between the membership, the people, the government of Kenya and other bodies outside Kenya in matters of common concern.

VI. To facilitate the breaking of barriers between the people of Kenya and nurture one human family living in peace and justice.

VII. To exercise a counseling, mediation and reconciling role within and between corporate members, fellowships and/or other groups in society.

VIII. To invest, acquire and dispose of by purchase, donation, lease, exchange or by any other legal means, movable or immovable properties for use in facilitating the achievement of the objectives of the Council.

IX. To practice such sound internal governance and relationships with third parties as are consistent with Christian principles.

X. To undertake any other function that is right and just in the judgment of the Council.