Come, let us walk in the light of God
Welcome all to Kasarani Central Parish. We are a vibrant church well grounded in the Reformed Theology. We believe in the Sovereignty of God, Maker of heaven and earth.
We believe that He has revealed Himself to mankind in the Man Jesus Christ, virgin-born, persecuted, crucified, died and buried; rose from the dead on the third day and ascended to heaven; and that He shall come again to judge all mankind.
We believe in the power of the Holy Spirit; and the Fellowship of believers.
PCEA Ciiko Church was birthed in 1997 from the then PCEA Kasarani-Njiru (now PCEA Mwiki) of the former Kimbo Outreach, Nairobi Presbytery.
By 1997 many people had settled in the larger Sunton area of Mwiki. It became necessary to start a PCEA congregation in the neighbourhood, so as to effectively minister to members spiritual needs.
On 21st July, 1997, a plot was acquired in the Hunters area on the 4th street next to St. Francis Community land. Construction of a temporary sanctuary commenced on October 20th 1997, under the stewardship of Late Elder Fredrick Mbae and vibrant worshipers. On November 2nd, 1997 the PCEA Ciiko members joyfully marched from PCEA Kasarani-Njiru Church to their new place of worship.
On 1st October, 1998, PCEA Kimbo outreach session granted PCEA Ciiko Church an independent LCC from Kasarani-Njiru Church.
To enjoin members into a powerful movement of disciples well equipped in every way for the work of Christian Ministry.
To be a community of worship that is excellent on word and action in witness to the power of the Gospel of Jesus Christ.
Bible Centeredness: Living lives revolving around the character of God and His word, making decisions based on that which pleases God so that we can bear the fruits of the Holy Spirit (Jer 29:13)
Worship: Through a shared practice of the Word of God and Sacrament, in creative and faithful ways, to focus heart, soul, and mind to the Glory of God. (Hebrews 12:28-29)
Prayer: Daily communication with God to seek His will and plans for us (1 John 5:14)
Fellowship: As a reflection of God's love, we seek to encourage and challenge one another; rejoicing together as the Body of Christ. (Acts 2:42)
Pastoral Care: God has loved us first; so too, we love and care for one another, nurturing mind, body and spirit throughout life's journey. (2 Cor 1:4)
Evangelism: in obedience to the Great Commission, to reach other with the message of the Gospel and to pursue their conversion from sin and lostness and ensure their transformation into children of God. (Matthew 28:19-20)
 Go therefore and make disciples of all nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father and of the Son and of the Holy Spirit,
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25. not giving up meeting together, as some are in the habit of doing, but encouraging one another—and all the more as you see the Day approaching.