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H.O.D. Rev Henry G. Kaira

MEN’S MISSION WEEK 2016 will be observed from Monday 31st October to Sunday 6th November 2016

THEME:
“ Spiritual Renewal of Faith, Witness, and Service to build the Family Church, and the Nation." (Neh. 2:18a)

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The launch of Pan African Presbyterian Men Fellowship Association
 
Our Vision, Mission, Motto and Core Values
2016 PCMF Conference going on at Sports man Arms Hotel in Nanyuki.
PCMF National Director Rev. Henry G. Kaira giving his speech to over 190 Men's Fellowship members who attended the 2016 Annual International Conference held at Sportsman Arms Hotel Nanyuki. A new team that will serve at the National level year 2015/2016. From left: Harrison Maina Nyamu Vice treasurer, Mt. Kenya Region, Clement Karanja Mwaura, Vice Secretary, Central Region, Samuel Gathura Wairegi, Vice Chairman, Central Region, Peter Wainaina Wanyoike, Treasurer, Nairobi Region, Rev. Henry Gacheru Kaira, Director, Justin Kinyua Gathuru, Secretary, Eastern Region, Charles Mwangi Wang'ombe, Chairman, Rift Valley Region and Rev. Samuel Murigu Muriithi, Chaplain, Eastern Region.
Dr. Pauline Kathiri Gaceri giving a talk to men on Man and Health. Mr. Nelson Tamankloe from Ghana gives a vote of thanks
   
Rev. Faith Rukwaro, PCMF Chaplain Iria-ini Presbytery passing a vote of thanks Rev. Jane Ruhiu PCMF Chaplain Abardare Presbytery passing a vote of thanks
Meru County Deputy Governor Raphael Muriungi addressing men at Nanyuki's Sports Man Arm Hotel. Okongo Omogeni addressing men on man and law.
   
PCMF National Patron Very Rev. Dr. Jesse Kamau gives devotion to the ongoing PCMF National conference at Sports Man Arms Hotel at Nanyuki hosted by Eastern Region. Around 190 delegates turned up to attend the Conference both PCMF leaders and Patrons usually ordained ministers.
Mr. Nelson Tamankloe, Men's Fellowship organizer from Ghan brings greetings. Kenan Zimba from Zambia brings geetings.
Stephen Njoroge brings greetings from Men's fellowship in the Diaspora at the United Kingdom. A group photograph for all the delegates and the invited guests.
   
UPCOMING EVENT

2016 ANNUAL NATIONAL CONFERENCE

FROM 10TH - 13TH FEBRUARY, 2016

HOSTED BY EASTERN REGION

VENUE: THE SPORTSMANS ARMS HOTEL, NANYUKI

Theme verse: "Then I told them about the gracious hand of God that had been upon me..." (Nehemiah 2:18)

(cf) "But you will receive power when the Holy Spirit comes upon you, and you will be my witnesses... (Acts 1:8)

 

Theme: "SPIRITUAL RENEWAL FOR FAITH, WITNESS AND SERVICE TO BUILD THE (FAMILY, CHURCH AND NATION)

 

Motto: "Never lacking in zeal, be fervent in spirit, serving the Lord with a heart full of devotion" (Rom. 2:11)

Wednesday 10/2/16

Epilogue - Eastern Region Chaplain.

 

Thursday 11/2/16:

Bible expositor - Patron (Very Rev. Dr. Jesse Kamau)

Official Opening - Moderator of 21st G.A. Rt. Rev. Julius Mwamba

Guest speaker - Meru County Governor, H.E. Hon Peter Munya

Focused Christian spiritual disciplines/ model of Nehemiah - Rev. Dr. Micheni

Epilogue Nairobi Region Chaplain

 

Friday 12/2/16:

Bible expositor - Patron (Very Rev. Dr. Jesse Kamau)

Holy Communion - Nanyuki Parish Minister

Men with a focus - Secretary General Rev. Peter Kaniah

Spritual renewal in response to issues facing man in the 21st Century - Deputy Secretary General Rev. Thegu Mutahi.

Role of women in spiritual renewal of man (partnership) - Mrs. Veronicah Muchiri

 

PCMF National officials ushering New National Director- Rev Henry G. Kaira

 

TO ALL WHO CARE FOR OUR BOYS

The PCMF which is a department of men within the PCEA Church is working to see that wholeness is attained in the lives of our children and mostly the boy child.

Rite of Passage:
This is a programme within our major PCMF activities.  Our programme goes beyond the rite of passage activity to mentorship programme.  After our boys are circumcised, we also have a follow-up programme with the best curriculum to mentor boys into Christian manhood.  We have the best programme and those who care about the welfare of men and boy child, will entrust us with their sons.  The rite of passage and mentorship programme will start in the month of November, so please register within our Parishes.  With us you can never loss your son!

Camp! Camp!
PCMF in partnership with community single parents (mothers), are holding a camp for teenagers between 15-17 years of age.  The camp will be held at Thika High School for the Blind from 26th to 30th November, 2013.
The fee for the camp is KShs. 3000 per teenager which includes a short tour, boarding, food and swimming fee.  We ask all the single parents (mothers) to register their teenagers and entrust us with them.  The vacancies are very limited.  First come first served.
NB:  Professionals will handle your children with great care.

 

THE PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH MEN FELLOWSHIP(Practice and Procedure Manual; Act No. 8)

Article 1
           Origin
A8.1     At the 1973 General Assembly in the Report on Stewardship it was reported that: ‘There has been great pressure from men to form their own organisation with the aim of bringing men together as a united Christian force, for fellowship, exchange of ideas concerning matters of faith, witness and service to Jesus Christ and other men.
A8.2     A resolution was passed as contained in Min. 1154, MEN’S ORGANISATION, as follows: ‘The General Assembly learns with great interest the men’s wish to form a men’s organisation in the Church. The General Assembly directs the Stewardship Committee to draft a suitable constitution and present it to the Business Committee for ratification and action.’
A8.3     This resolution was never implemented until 1987. The Session of St Andrews Church, Nairobi, felt the need to strengthen the congregational witness of the Parish members. Sadly, it discovered that the majority of the churchmen, apart from a small percentage of those who are Deacons or Elders, do not have a recognised forum or springboard from which their individual and corporate contribution could be utilised in the Church. As a result, the Session decided to form a men’s organisation to address this problem.

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