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


From Left:Rev. P. Karanja(Gen.Sec.)Arch. M.Kilioba (Programs Chair)Arch. T Ndambuki (Chairman)& Moderator Mwamba (Vice Chair) during the induction exercise at Jumuia Conference and Country Home, Limuru.

The National Council of Churches of Kenya General Secretary Rev Canon Peter Karanja has asked his staff to fully support the newly-elected Council officials aimed at enabling them to settle quickly.
Speaking during an induction program for the new NCCK Chairman Archbishop Dr. Timothy Ndambuki and his Vice Chair Moderator Julius Mwamba, Canon Karanja called on the NCCK staff to familiarize themselves with the two officials and facilitate the delivery of their mandate.
While affirming their election last month, Canon Karanja underscored the importance of the exercise in advancing interactions of the officials outside NCCK governance forums. “To the Chair and Vice Chair, a lot of work is done by the staff who make the logistics work, but are always in the background. Thank you staff for coming. I rely on you to drive this work. You are the experts and I really hope that you desire our officials as much as you support the GS and DGS,” he pointed out.
He added that the Council had expanded her operations over the last few years despite various challenges that are not unique to NCCK. During the induction exercise that was also attended by NCCK Deputy General Secretary Dr. Nelson Makanda and chairman of programs Archbishop Dr. Moffat Kilioba, the two officials were taken through the organization structure of the Council, highlighting the mandates and operational procedures of the different organs and positions.
Of keen interest were the four main thematic areas of Capacity Building for Membership, Governance Economic Empowerment and Environment, Education and Health and finally Emergency response and Refugee Services.
To enable the NCCK achieve her objectives, the Council has divided the country into the following 9 regions:- Nairobi, North Rift, South Rift, Lower Easter, Upper Eastern, Western, Nyanza, Coast and Central regions.
Through these regions presided over by Regional Coordinators, the NCCK has impacted many lives as well as recording tremendous achievements guided by the slogan “For Wananchi.”
Archbishop Dr. Ndambuki and Moderator Mwamba acknowledged the achievements and assured that they would steer the Council to greater heights. Dr. Ndambuki observed that the NCCK had gained reputation across the country due to her servant leadership, integrity and teamwork.
He added: “We have tried to maintain the identity of NCCK and it has never been ashamed in the endeavours to achieve the purpose it was established. I encourage you to continue with teamwork. In that process we continue integrating our faith and professionalism,” Dr. Ndambuki told the team that comprised NCCK senior management.
Archbishop Ndambuki emphasized on the importance of the exercise and agreed that it wasn’t in vain. “This meeting reminds us that we have a collective responsibility and we should commit ourselves to it for the benefit of the Council. We are growing every time we come together. And we are also aiming high trying to position the NCCK,” he concluded.
On his part Moderator Mwamba insisted on building on the existing foundations. “I believe on building on foundations that are there. If we abandon foundations then we have to establish new ones. I also believe in team work. I have appreciated being here. I have learned a lot. This kind of fellowship is important for the family. We are ready to work and walk together where we are needed, said the Moderator.
Archbishop Ndambuki and Moderator Mwamba were elected late last month during the NCCK 63rd General Assembly held at Jumuia Conference and Beach Resort, Kanamai. They will be expected to seek a fresh and final mandate in 2021, upon the expiry of their first 3-year constitutional term.

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