The cathedral is located in Embu Town which is the county headquarters and therefore an uban congregation. It has a population of 600 registered members with an average Sunday service attendance of about 950 people.Read More
A vibrant and Sustainable Diocese that transforms people through the word of God.
To facilitate a growing and caring Diocese through preaching, teaching, healing and empowering all people holistically with the gospel of Christ.
Values are an integral part of the Diocesan culture. This creates a sense of identify, belonging and purpose and therefore, it was agreed that the following will be upheld and reinforced., Integrity, Team Work, Godliness, Passion, Accountability & Compassion
We send to you our warm Christian greetings in the name of our Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ. The “ Christian Voice” Bulletin has been introduced in the Anglican Church Diocese of Embu to reach out to all Christians and other readers with a view of communicating news, information, knowledge and creating awareness on emerging issues surrounding Christians in and out of the Embu Diocese.
The Church embraces the spirit of living, working, engaging with Communities and Thus “Together for Christ” has been our ultimate goal since the year 2010. We have not had a voice to tell Kenyans and the World what we are doing. We therefore hope this bulletin will act as a Communication channel that will be used to express issues and receive relevant responses.
The Bulletin recognizes Diocesan theme for 2013 “Embracing the future with Transformed minds” Rom. 12: 2-3. We need to serve God with an ultimate focus of living with Him eternally. We encourage readers to share with all other Christians positive Biblical lifestyles that will lead many to live with Christ in his heavenly Kingdom, and to walk with Him in the world.
We thank the Editorial Committee and the Communication Committee for enhancing a viable method of sharing the Word of God through the “Christian Voice” Bulletin. Let us all give them the support they need as they serve our needs.
To all readers, we encourage wider readership and equipping ourselves with the word of God. Comments and other feedback to the Editorial Committee would be greatly appreciated. May our loving God bless you.
Rt. Rev. Henry N. Kathii, HSC
ACK – Diocese of Embu
KAMA is an Anglican men's Association in Embu Diocese which first started way back in 1991 at Nginda Parish where 40 men were enrolled during Canon Elias Chand's time.Read More
Mothers Union is a dynamic organization in all aspects of Christian life. It has aims, objectives and
promises revolving round advancing Christianity by sharing God's love. Read More
The Kenya Anglican Youth Organization is one of the committees of the Board of Mission which is mandated to take care or the young people between the age of 13-35 years.Read More