Our children’s ministry is involved in the teaching of children from the age of 2 to 14 through weekly Sunday school classes, plays, vocational bible clubs, and an annual picnic. Children have a special place in our heart – we believe in, and strive towards, setting them up for life by planting them in the rich soil of God’s word and Christian community.
Our youth ministry caters for different levels of young people – teens, college age and young professionals – through services, fellowships, bible studies, camps, sports and other activities. We believe in raising a vibrant generation of young people, to proclaim and live for Christ in the world.
Our women are divided into eight groups named after great women of the Bible. These groups focus on prayer, hospitality and the special care for the needs of women. Our ladies have long been involved in the education of pastors in Kuria and Mau Narok, as well as ministry to young refugee mothers and prisons.
Our family fellowship groups are built on the desire for solid and stable marriages and families. Those who have been married for more than 25 years form the Gold Couples’ Fellowship. The Silver Family Fellowship (those married for 16-24 years), and the Crystal Family Fellowship (married for 15 years or less) incorporate their children into their fellowships. Single parents are also included in our family fellowships.
Our teaching ministry includes an adults’ bible study, discipleship, catechism and membership classes. We are committed to “admonishing and teaching everyone with all wisdom, so that we may present everyone fully mature in Christ.”
Our pulpit ministry serves to preach God’s Word faithfully and relevantly to all members of our church. We believe that God speaks to us and transforms us through faithful biblical preaching.
Our members are zoned into several cell groups that are based on where they live. Our cell groups meet regularly, with each group determining its own schedule, for the purpose of Bible study, fellowship and prayer.
Our congregation represents a diverse array of talents and tastes across several generations. Our choir and orchestra provide a more traditional musical approach to worship, while the worship team leads us in a more contemporary style of sung worship. We believe that God is glorified and we are built up through biblical musical worship.
We are committed to showing the love of Christ through evangelism, missions and social outreach to prisons, and centres for the less fortunate. We are currently engaged in missions in Nairobi (AIC Kabiria), Kuria, Mau Narok, and Marsabit.
Our Social Welfare ministry seeks to bring dignity and practical assistance to the needy, and to help grow our life as a community of believers. This is done through identifying and helping needy church members, helping the needy strangers who walk in to the church seeking help, and by hosting an annual Family Fun Day. We believe our faith is lived out through practical expressions of love and care for one another, and the poor.
Our ushering ministry works to create a friendly atmosphere in the church during service times by welcoming and seating members, collecting offerings and gifts, and ensuring we are safe.
The audio-visual ministry serves the need for enhancing our worship through the provision of good, balanced sound through public address systems, as well as visual images through screens and projectors. We believe in using such technology as a tool for the Kingdom of God.