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

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The new Council Officials Archbishop Dr. T. Ndambuki and his Vice Chair Moderator Julius Mwamba being dedicated shortly after their elections at the 63rd General Assembly

Archbishop Dr. Timothy Ndambuki and Moderator Julius Guantai Mwamba are the new faces in the leadership of the National Council of Churches of Kenya. The two senior church leaders were elected Chairman and Vice Chairman of the Council respectively, following yesterday’s closely contested but peaceful elections in which 160 eligible delegates participated.
Archbishop Dr. Ndambuki who is the immediate Vice Chairman, fend off stiff competition from his sole challenger Moderator Mwamba by garnering 83 votes out of the 160 votes cast. The Archbishop of the Africa Brotherhood Church, takes over from Reverend Canon Dr. Rosemary Mbogo who officially retired at the 63rd NCCK General Assembly, held in Kanamai, Kilifi.
Moderator Mwamba had to settle for the second slot, after facing off with other two candidates in phase two of the elections.

A total of 157 votes were cast, with the Presiding Bishop of the Presbyterian Church of East Africa garnering a massive 87 votes against his closest challenger Rt. Reverend Paul Korir, who got 44 votes. Upon their election, the two new officials closed ranks ushering in a new dawn of new partnership and service.

In his inaugural speech, Archbishop Ndambuki thanked the Almighty for giving him the opportunity, reminding Christians on the need to always pray. Reminiscing his days as vice chair of the NCCK, Archbishop Ndambuki assured delegates of his commitment and dedication to continue serving the Council in his new capacity. He lauded his predecessor Canon Dr. Mbogo for her mentorship promising to work towards gender mainstreaming in church. “My predecessor was very prayerful, committed and given to God. She served during a very difficult time and it was not easy. Being a lady and taking that position, she mentored me. She is committed to family, advocacy for the place of women, that is why we should not forget the contribution of women in society. Congratulations Canon Dr. Mbogo and may God continue blessing you and your family as you continue to serve in other areas,” said the new chairman.

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                       Archbishop Ndambuki and his wife being congratulated by delegates shortly after he was elected the new chair 

While appreciating his election, vice chairman Moderator Mwamba on his part, promised to team up with Archbishop Ndambuki, aimed at growing the work of NCCK.

The two were officially ushered into the Council during an elaborate brief ceremony presided over by the General Secretary Rev. Canon Peter Karanja and witnessed by Council Trustees Moderators Geofrey Songok, Julius Maina, Rev. Dr.Jesse Kamau as well as NCCK staff.

Archbishop Dr. Ndambuki holds a Phd. in Doctorate in Ministry from Carey Theological college while Rt. Rev. Moderator Mwamba is pursuing his Phd at Chuka University. They both are married with children.

The two will serve in their various capacities for the first constitutional term of three years but will be eligible to contest for a second term upon the expiry of their mandate in 2021.

Meanwhile the delegates reappointed Mr. Sam Mwamburi Mwale to serve for 3 more years as the Honorary Treasurer.

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