RCEA Proud of CCMP Fortunes
September 15, 2017
The ultra-modern R.C.E.A Kabore church building which is nearing completion .
Reformed Church of East Africa-Kabore- is celebrating a number of socio-economic achievements over the last one year, thanks to the Church and Community Mobilization Process.
The achievements include the construction of an ultra-modern church building as well as the enhancement of economic activities for its members.
Speaking during a visit to the church, the National Council of Churches of Kenya leadership in the North Rift region affirmed its commitment to continue facilitating the process. Other notable achievements include fostering of relationship of church members, increased offertory and diversification of their agricultural practices thus enabling members to cater for their living.
Following the achievements, the RCEA Kabore leadership has now resolved to enhance membership participation in CCMP activities as well as bible study in the coming phase.
While pledging to fully embrace the CCMP, the leadership also agreed to scale up sites in Kerio presbytery where only one CCMP session had been held.
The Reformed Church of East Africa Kabore was established in 1974 and is locate in Soy presbytery.
The church has been a beneficiary of CCMP through the Rev. Moderator Nicodemus who is the main facilitator. Before the process began in 2012, the church was a semi- permanent timber structure with an earthen floor.
A photo showing the old structure before the introduction of CCMP
However after doing the first series of bible studies on envisioning the church, the members were challenged to avail their God- given resources to build a permanent church with a bigger capacity for congregants.