The presiding Bishop makes a donation to the Kenya Red cross to assist victims of West gate mall attack.
The opening and dedication of MCK St Mary's Uringu
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The opening and dedication of St Mary’s Church uringu was officiated by the Methodist Church in Kenya Presiding Bishop. Joseph Ntombura.
The Presiding Bishop was amazed on how the Stoney Church was built in 6 months’ time saying that it is the 1st Church in Kenya to be built in such a short time .He appreciated the effort of Miathene Synod Rev. Samuel Kathawe and his team for their effort in completing the Church.
He also expressed his gratitude to the family of Zakayo and Jane who selflessness donated their land worth 4 million to the Church and urged people to be generous in giving to God.
The health week ended with its peak at St Peter’s Methodist Church Langata on 20th October, 2012. It was organized by the Methodist Church in Kenya Health and wholeness Coordinator Mrs. Ruth Ketyenya in collaboration with the medical professionals from the Church and the Superintendent minister Langata Circuit. Hosea Kimathi.
The Medical professionals who were from various disciplines carried out Random Blood sugar, Blood pressure and Body Mass Index (Obesity) tests to the congregation.
Methodist Church in Kenya (MCK) had a mission in Marakwet which started from 8th to 13th October, 2013. The mission which was organized by the MCK women fellowship coordinator Rev. Speranza Munyua and Mission Rev. Solomon Ndunda that saw 95 people from Marakwet and East pokot accept Jesus Christ as their personal Savior.
Methodist Church in Kenya donation to victims of Westgate mall attack
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The Presiding Bishop of the Methodist Church in Kenya Rev.Joseph Ntombura on 24th September, 2013 presented a donation of Ksh 100,000 to the Kenya Red Cross. He made the donation to join with other Kenyans in assisting those people who were affected physically and psychologically by the Westgate mall Al-shaabab attack.
The presiding Bishop was received by the Deputy Secretary General of the Kenya Red cross Society Dr.James Kisia and the Group director Corporate Services Ken Oduor.
29th September, 2013 marked the end of the ongoing Agriculture week which started from the 22nd September 2013 and saw every Synod in the Methodist Church in Kenya plant 1000 trees in their location.The plantation will be known as Methodist green belt
One of the first assignments given by God to man after creation was that of taking care of the garden of Eden and tilling it. This brings tremendous significance and dignity to the realm of agriculture. A productive and well cared for agricultural landscape, a just and market friendly policy environment should be a testimony of our Christian Faith.