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The  P.C.E.A. Woman's Guild is a fellowship of women and girls in the Presbyterian Church of East Africa, whose main objective is to bring together  women and girls for Christian fellowship, worship and service. Currently the Woman's Guild has a membership of about sixty two thousand (62,000) women and girls in the three East African countries where there are P.C.E.A. Churches.
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H.O.D: Mrs. Muchiri

WOMAN'S GUILD REGION WORKER
Rift Valley Region
PO Box 542-20107 NJORO
Mrs Dorcas W. Githaiga
Mobile: 0722-322067
dorcasgithaiga2007@yahoo.com
Eastern Region
PO Box 473-60401 chogoria
Mrs Kellen G. Mbaabu
Mt Kenya Region
PO Box 345-10101 KARATINA
Mrs  Jane G. Waihura
Central Region                 
PO Box 2912-01000 THIKA         
Mrs. Eunice Njeri Muiru
eunjmu2008@yahoo.com
Nairobi Region
PO Box 12507 NAIROBI
Mrs Hellen N. Muchogu

 

WOGECT CENTRE "A HOME AWAY FROM HOME"

PCEA WOMAN’S GUILD WEEK will be observed from 29TH MAY – 4TH JUNE 2017

THEME:                    Colossians 3:15
“Let the peace of Christ rule in your hearts, since as members of one body you were called to peace.  And be thankful”.

LENGO:                     Wakolosai 3:15
“Nayo amani ya kristo itawale mioyoni mwenu; maana kwa ajili hiyo nyinyi mmeitwa katika mwili huo mmja.  Tena muwe na shukrani”.

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Woman's Guild National Organizer reports to the Assembly of her docket. She was seconded by Elezabeth Mwarangu who represented the National Chairperson, absent with apology after the demise of her husband.
Central Committee of Woman's Guild Visits Very Rev. Dr. John Gatu Mon. 7/3/2016
At PCEA Muteero where assembled before proceeding to Dr. Gatu's home at Karen Central Committee officials presenting a token to Dr. Gatu
Nairobi Region Officials presenting a token Karen Parish Officials presenting their token
Nairobi Region Guild Organizer Mrs Hellen Muchogu assists Dr. Gatu cut the 91st birthday cake
   
DURING THE PCMF NATIONAL/ INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE AT SPORTSMAN ARMS HOTEL, NANYUKI
National Guild Organizer Mrs. Veronica Muchiri addressing men at the Annual international conference held at Sports Man Arm Hotel in Nanyuki. Rev. Faith Rukwaro and Rev. Jane Ruhiu of Iria-ini and Abardare Presbyteries respectively follow the preceedings keenly.
 
   

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PCEA Woman’s Guild Constitution
A13.1   The PCEA Woman’s Guild Constitution was first approved by the General Assembly in 1956 and was subsequently revised and approved by the 11th General Assembly in 1985. Minor amendments were made during the period of the Fifteenth General Assembly and incorporated in the PCEA Practice and Procedure Manual. Initially in Kiswahili, this Constitution is now presented for the first time in English here.

Definition of Terms
A13.2   The following terms shall have the meanings that follow:
A13.2.1 Congregational Guild: the Woman’s Guild at the Congregational level.
A13.2.2 Branch Guild: the Guild at the Parish level.
A13.2.3 presbyterial Guild: the organisation at the Presbytery level.
A13.2.4 Central Committee: the overall body responsible for the work of the Guild.
A13.2.5 Regional Council: the meeting of a number of Presbyterial Guilds.
A13.2.6 GA: the General Assembly of the PCEA.
A13.2.7 GAC: the General Administration Committee of the PCEA.

Name
A13.3   The name of the organisation is Presbyterian Church of East Africa Woman’s Guild and hereafter called the Guild.

Aim
A 13.4 The Guild is a fellowship whose aim is to unite the women and girls of the Church in the dedication of their lives to the Lord Jesus Christ, for His Kingdom through worship, fellowship and service.

Membership
A 13.5 For admission, membership of the Guild is open to all committed Christian women and girls between 20-55 years old who are active communicant members of the Church, are not of questionable character, and who accept to abide by this constitution.

Organisation
A8.37   The Guild shall, in order to give full expression to the fellowship, be organised in the congregation, in the Parish, in the Presbyterial and at the Central level as follows:
Congregational Guild
A8.37   The formation of the Guild within the congregation shall be effected with the consent of Local Church Committee or congregational Board and the Session under whose jurisdiction it is. The Branch Committee will then forward the information to the Presbyterial Council, which gives the Branch Committee the consent to form a congregational Guild.
A 13.8 There shall be no formation of the Guild within the congregation unless there are at least ten (10) - committed members of the Guild. Where a congregation has less than ten members they shall continue to be’ under the mother church for effective recruitment of more members.

Election of Office Bearers
A 13. 9       Office bearers at all levels of the Guild shall be elected annually and can serve for only three years. For any re-election, a period of one year must lapse before being eligible.

Congregational Committee
A 13.10      The Guild members in the congregation shall elect office bearers every year. No official can serve for more than three years. The leaders will be elected annually as follows:
A13.10.1                        The Chairman and the Vice Chairman
A13.10.2                        The Secretary and the Vice Secretary
A13.10.3                        The Treasurer
A13.10.4      Six members of the Guild shall be elected to work with office                bearers.
A13.10.5      One representative from the youth, the Church school and Boys & Girls Brigade and shall be co-opted to the congregational         committee.

HISTORY OF THE  P.C.E.A. WOMAN'S GUILD.