WHO WE ARE
ABOUT OUR CHURCH
ABOUT OUR CHURCH
Sundays at 11:00 am
We are located at Amani ya Juu,
The Junction of Ring Road &
Riverside Drive, Nairobi, Kenya
http://owlandmonkey.co.uk/product-tag/heritage-seeds/ Our mission statement is;
Seeking to reflect God’s goodness as we pursue reconciliation and mercy for all nations and tribes in Kenya
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To glorify God and enjoy Him forever
We are so glad to have you! Whether you’re just passing through or looking for a church home we welcome you with joy! Come as you are! If you want to meet with one of the pastors or just find out more about New City Nairobi, you can fill out a visitors slip and drop it into the offering basket, or call: Pastor Joe at 0733 622 960 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Our Vision for New City Fellowship Church in Kenya:
Let us then approach God’s throne of grace with confidence, so that we may receive mercy and find grace to help us in our time of need. (Hebrews 4:16)
During the early 1990’s Pastor Joe and his family spent 8 years in the United States while he studied at Covenant Seminary and St. Louis University in St Louis, Missouri. While there, Pastor Joe was on the leadership team of New City Fellowship of St Louis, a new church committed to racial reconciliation between white and black Americans. Pastor Joe wondered at the time why black and white Christians couldn’t just get along. He thought it was just an American problem.
After completing his training at Covenant Seminary, Pastor Joe and his family returned to Nairobi in 1995. It was at this time that he began teaching at Daystar University in the Religious Studies Department. It didn’t take Pastor Joe long to realize all the problems between races that he saw in the United States were also present in Kenya.
The central focus of our faith is the Cross of Jesus Christ and the gift of forgiveness and righteousness He freely purchased for us. The benefit of His work is the confident promise of the Holy Spirit’s anointing and power on our lives and the freedom to be in a relationship with God as our Father – all in a context of grace alone and never based on performance.