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

Chair

The outgoing Chairperson of the NCCK Rev. Canon Dr. Rosemary Mbogo addressing delegates at the General Assembly, in Kanamai, Kilifi County

REMARKS

DELIVERED BY

THE REV CANON DR. ROSEMARY MBOGO

CHAIRPERSON OF THE NATIONAL COUNCIL OF CHURCHES OF KENYA
DURING
THE
63RD NCCK GENERAL ASSEMBLY

ON 28TH AUGUST, 2018

AT
JUMUIA CONFERENCE AND BEACH RESORT,

KANAMAI, KILIUFI COUNTY.

A. PRELIMINARIES
Council Trustees, Patron,
My Fellow Council Officials,
Senior Clergy,
Distinguished Delegates,

B. INTRODUCTION
Glory be to God.
Cometh the day, Cometh the hour, Cometh the minute. I am humbled, yet privileged as I address you today having granted me an opportunity to serve you as the first woman Chairman of the National Council of Churches of Kenya over the last six years. For this reason, May I begin by saying that the Council Leadership bears a peculiar historical record not just for the NCCK but also the general Church life in Kenya. The milestone legacy on the support to women leadership has been extremely tremendous. Visibility and presence has a great impact and remains a key channel for mentorship.

C. MY TENURE AT NCCK
My fellow Brethrens,
Having said that, I must observe that mine is not a valedictory speech, for I believe that I still have days and years to interact with the Council albeit in different categories after this watershed 63rd General Assembly. And as such, allow me to simply make a few observations:-
Conforming to the NCCK Vision and Mission, we have endeavoured to critically remain true in our of focus. These include:
• Proclaiming Christ from the pulpit and in the market place. We equip Church leaders and Church members to transform lives and people of Kenya.
• We have a strong governance structure with the ability to attract talent both at the Trustees and the Executive levels. Engagement, devotion, dedication and passion towards the vision is seen both at the Executive and regional participation. I encourage you to carry on the mantle and continue with this Strategic Engagement.
• We have journeyed together through dynamic times of breaking ground in health Industry and although we are not yet at the peak, I am confident that we are on course towards revolutionizing the sector. By embracing this path we have invested heavily to scale up innovation and provide healthcare that is not only affordable, accessible but also quality. We have become an employer of choice and are attracting National and global talent. Our commitment is to stay focused on medical technology for access to better health services.
• Our advocacy around public administration, health, education and economic activities has been well informed and guided by well-built scenario-building analysis followed through with unwavering national engagement. Our intention has been to avert political, economic and social crisis while encouraging competition and enhanced service without exclusion.
As Council, we have been in the forefront of promoting National peace and prosperity, as espoused in our achievement over the years leaving footprints of encouraging stories across the country.
Brethrens, these are no mean achievements in the history of the Council. They are milestones that make us stand tall the history of the Country. I am proud that when that history is finally written and presented to the generations to come, I shall be part of a galaxy of NCCK leadership that made it possible.

D. CONCLUSION:
As I officially exit the Council, I wish to leave you with the words of Ella Wheeler, “Always continue the climb. It is possible for you to do whatever you choose, if you first get to know who you are and are willing to work with a power that is greater than ourselves to do it.” God bless you all!

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