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




The story covered in the article below is a true story of a 22 years ild gentleman from a village known as Lodung’uro in Samburu West constituency, Samburu County. The story was written down by the man himself in a sponsored retreat by the NCCK on 6th of December 2017 at kabarak Guest House.

I was born in a family of one man who had two young wives in Samburu North Constituency (Baragoi) in the year 1995. The family was invaded by cattle rustlers from a neighboring community, sweeping away all the livestock and killing three men out of four. The other 2 (deceased) and the one who survived were brothers to my father who was also killed in the 1996 invasion b the Turkanas. My mother was the younger wife and she had three daughters and three sons. Mother struggled with the help of her brothers to take us all to school except one sister (the second born) and it was nit a walk in the park. I applied fir NCCK scholarship in the year 2010 after joining Maralal Hugh School with 371 marks. I got the good news that I had been offered a scholarship by them in form 2 (2011) and they cleared my fees for my entire secondary education. I successfully completed the school in the year 2013 and enrolled to Kenyatta University Nakuru Campus in 2016. Now I am in my 2nd year semester.

Before NCCK intervened in my situation after joining high school, things were very hard for me and my single mother who was also struggling to raise fees for my elder sister who was a year ahead of me in her secondary School Education.

I got to know about the NCCK scholarship through Bishop Lesuuda of ACK Maralal. He gave me an NCCK form to fill to apply for the scholarship and fortunately I was lucky to become a beneficiary. It was a life time relief to me, my mother and my elder sister whom we were scrambling for the handful of the livestock that we entirely depended on for the fees. By a handful of livestock I mean 5 cows and 13 sheep (the price of livestock in Samburu is very low) may be they could have paid for two terms fees only for both of us. I was almost giving up in school, but NCCK changed my perception of the whole thing.

NCCK is a compassionate body transforming lives of rather vulnerable students all over Kenya and reviving their hopes for a brighter future.

A lot of things changed in my life after securing the scholarship. My faith in God increased and I got to know that God could still perform miracles through His people to help others who are less fortunate. I started working hard in school and my performance improved and I was more comfortable in school. I got more time for my studies at home and enough time to help mother in maintaining her livestock and food crops with relief at home.

My dream was to become a successful English and Literature teacher at a university. I am glad that now am pursuing a bachelor degree in education Arts at Kenyatta University and am almost realizing my dream. The biggest challenge I face now is the huge fees balance I have to clear every semester.

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