Sunday School

Rev. Boniface Kanyi Kamau is the Co-ordinator of the Sunday School Department.

The Sunday School Sunday will be held on 13th April 2014.

Motto: “Let all the children come to me and do not forbid them”

The Sunday School Department in the Anglican Church of Kenya has grown steadily since its foundation in 1844. In our diocese, the department has been there since the creation of our diocese. The department deals with the welfare of young children in terms of their spiritual, emotional and social welfare. The department has been moving on well from the local churches, to the parishes, deaneries, archdeaconaries and the diocese as a whole.

The Sunday school Department in the Diocese of Thika began in 1998. It deals with the spiritual, emotional and social welfare of the children at the local church, parish, deanery, archdeaconry and diocesan level.

Vision: A strengthened Sunday School Department with children who know Jesus as their Friend and Savior, firmly built on the word of God and able to face the challenges of the millennium.

Mission: To bring children into living relationship with Jesus Christ, through teaching and enabling them to grow in faith and live life in its fullness.

Activities:

  • Annual Sunday school Sunday held on April.
  • Festivals in which children are involved in competing in different items that build Christian faith among the children. These include; drama, shairi, memory verses, set-pieces, singing games and Bible readings.
  • Retreats for both children and the teachers
  • Children conferences
  • Teachers Seminars, courses and conferences.
  • Visits to archdeaconaries and deaneries by the coordinator.
  • Inter diocesan activities within Mt. Kenya Region as well as in the Province.

 

Contact Us


P.O. Box Thika, Kenya

Mobile No.: (254) 0722 423455

Email: info@ackthikadiocese.org

Facebook page: ACK Thika Diocese

Location: Kenyatta Highway, Thika Valley, Central, Kenya

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