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BOYS’ BRIGADE AND GIRLS’ BRIGADE  

The Boys’ Brigade (B. B) and The Girls’ Brigade (G. B.)   were Formed as a result of the concern from a Sunday  School teacher Sir W. A. Smith. The movement later spread  to other countries through the missions that were earlier established by the missionaries. In 1909, Dr J. W. Arthur  started the first PCEA Boys Brigade Company at Kikuyu  Mission.

Motto:

Boys Brigade  

Sure and Steadfast 
                        (Hebrews 6:19)
            -           Girls Brigade

Seek, serve & Follow Christ
                          (Mat. 7:7 & Luke 2:52)

The Boys’ Brigade (B. B) and The Girls’ Brigade (G. B.)

B$G Brigade

 

 

 

 

H.O.D: REV. WILSON MACHARIA
pceacentralbrigade.org
 
 

The launch of Brigade Week 2016 at PCEA HQ - Nairobi.

 
BRIGADE WEEK PROGRAMME – 2016 will be observed from 8 – 14 AUGUST 2016
Theme: John 14: 6 (NIV)
Theme: Jesus answered, “I am the way, and the truth, and the life; No one
comes to the Father except through Me.

BRIGADE WEEK PROGRAMME – 2016 Program

The Boys’ and Girls’ Brigade were Formed because of a Sunday school teacher Sir W.A Smith. The Boys’ and Girls’ Brigade is a uniform Christian organization, denominational, interdenominational, national and international. It is built on two pillars: (Religion and Discipline) the movement later spread to other countries through the mission that were established by the Missionaries. In 1909, Dr J.W Arthur started the first PCEA Boys’ Brigade Company at Kikuyu Mission

Since 1909 – 1965, the missionaries planted the Brigade work in the companies (congregation) and school mission area. In 1985 the Eleventh General Assembly instructed the Youth Department to start more companies in all the Presbyteries. The purpose being to curb the children who run away after church school, by creating the activities to retain them in the church. This was achieved in 1997, where the 15th General Assembly under resolution  2540 noted with appreciation, the introduction of the Brigade in all presbyteries, and considered it as a standing committee of the church.   

Motto:-

-B.B  -Sure and Steadfast
                     (Hebrews 6:19)
-G.B  -Seek, serve & Follow
                     Christ (Mt.7:7,Lk.2:52).

Objectives

The Boys’ Brigade:
The Advancement of Christ’s kingdom among Boys’ and the promotion of habits and Obedience, Reverence, Discipline, Self-respect and all the tends towards a true Christians manliness”

The Girls’ Brigade
The aim of Girls’ Brigade is to help girls to become followers of the Lord Jesus Christ, through self-control, reverence, and a sense of Responsibility to find true enrichment of life”.

Vision
To be a Christian Youth organization with a difference.

Our Mission
To find and nurture youth in to leadership and service based on Christian values

Mission Beliefs:

  • We are the choice for disciplined youth
  • We provide fun, meaningful with our changing world. and challenging activities
  • We teach, preach Christianity, and live it.
  • We are committed to serve the community.
  • We are enterprising, in tune
  • We engage our stockholders
  • We are for promotion of education, relief of poverty, and protection of children’s rights.
  • We are served and led by the volunteers.

Brigade membership
The full age of member ranging from 5 – 99 years.

  1. To enable children to be trained more effectively, they are divided into four sections as follows:-
    1. For Boys’ brigade
          b.   For Girls’ Brigade
    • 6-8 years = Anchor
    • 9-11 years = Junior Section
    • 12-14 years = Company Section
    • 15-19 years = Senior Section
    • 5-7 years = Explorers section  
    • 8-11 years = Junior Section
    • 12-14 years = Senior Section
    • 15-19 years = Pioneer Section
    • From 2006 children ages 5 – 12 church school, while children 12 – 19 years attend Bible class    on Sunday.