Pastor Peter Wasike, Kinyoro Church

 

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Pastor Peter’s Message

“I have been pastoring the church in Kinyoro since 2008. We are based in 4 counties: Trans Nzoia, Bungoma, Uasin Gishu and Busia.   Kinyoro church is the mother Church in the ministry called The Congregation of the Lord Jesus Christ Center in Kenya. It has grown to a population of 142 adult members and more than 200 children. This church has given birth to many churches in Kenya, Uganda and Tanzania, but due to lack of enough resources some were cut off and joined able ministries where their needs could better be met.

This Church began its journey on humanity projects in 2006 in Kinyoro. The Kinyoro church has also formed the Alpha Harvest Fellowship, which allows the body of Christ in Kinyoro and neighboring villages to come together and help each other through discipleship and teaching and preaching across all denominations. Our focus is on the Holy Spirit and what He wants to do to bring freedom and life into the body of Christ here in Kenya. We do this by partnering with local pastors to host conferences and workshops. We have no meeting house and we are currently meeting in a small classroom meant for 30 students in our Christian school for the orphans. We have started a fundraising campaign to aid us in the construction of our church.

Our vision:
To bring the truth and love of the gospel of Jesus Christ to this great nation through charities establishing a home for the orphans, a hospital for the sick, and a meeting house for the people of God. The people of these charities are truly remarkable, and it is an honor to stand side by side with them in our struggle for unity. This is our ultimate goal: unity in the body and unity in this nation, all under the headship of God Almighty.

Mission Statement:
Extending God’s Kingdom by feeding the poor, caring for the widows, and being a father to the fatherless.

Main Objective: To love and care for the poor and the orphaned as Jesus calls us to do. And to build our sister churches and make them self sufficient.”