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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 Reverend Charles Maina. He pointed out that the plan will also enable member churches to serve God with undivided attention. Maina spoke at ACK St. Emmanuel Church during a choir rally that brought together over 300 people among them the clergy and choir groups from Pentecostal Evangelistic Fellowship of Africa (PEFA) Full Gospel Church of Kenya (FGCK), Kenya Assembles of God (KAG), Salvation Army (SA), Africa Brotherhood Church (ABC) Presbyterian Church of East Africa (PCEA) Anglican Church of Kenya (ACK) and African Inland Church (AIC).
Maina said: “We will continue to support and empower the various groups in our member churches in order to bring out the best in them and to serve God wholeheartedly.”
On his part Evangelist Simon Mburu, the Coordinator of Choirs in Kajiado CCC said: "It was a good opportunity of bringing the choirs together for fellowship, learning from one another and preaching using music as we build the body of Christ"
Meanwhile over 270 children had a fun-filled day during a children's sports day that was held at ACK St. Paul's church Kajiado. The theme of the event was "Unity in Diversity"
The children came along with their Sunday school teachers and played games including football, sack race, hula loop and tag of war.
They also had fellowship where there was a sharing from the Bible, poems, bible trivia and songs from the children
The Very Rev. Henry Nduti, the Kajiado CCC secretary and Chair of the Children sub-committee observed that the event was a great success, adding that he wished the event was held oftenly. “It enhanced fellowship among the children from different churches and denominations and is an avenue of identifying and encouraging talent in our children", said Nduti.