The Bishop of Kericho, the Rt Revd Jackson Ole Sapit, has today been elected to serve as the sixth Archbishop and Primate of the Anglican Church of Kenya and Bishop of the Diocese of All Saints’ Cathedral.
01-Jan-2016 00:00 to 31-Dec-2016 00:00
We are happy to inform you that the Annual Marriage Conference 2016 will take place from Oct 20th to 23rd. The conference will again be held in Mombasa in a hotel which we will announced soon together with the conference cost. Please save the date and pass the word around to your friends for them too to save the date. The MOM annual confere... 20-Oct-2016 08:00 to 23-Oct-2016 08:00 at Mombasa Read MoreRegister
Welcome to the website of All Saints’ Cathedral church Nairobi Kenya, we are the National Cathedral of All Saints’ under the Anglican Church of Kenya. We have designed this site as a resource for those who would like to learn more about our church, our services and activities at the Cathedral. The Office of the Provost works to strengthen this church, by mobilizing every confessing believer to engage in some ministry within the broad range of ministries available in the church.
Every believer will be brought to the point of appreciating that the living out of the Christian faith demands the exercise of one’s gifting in the body of Christ. Our role as a church to be a Cathedral of Spiritual nourishment and fellowship for ministry to the world and support the society.Thank you for your interest in our church. Please contact us if we can assist you in learning more about the Church, the services or you want to join us and be our member or friend.
Bearing Fruit that Lasts
“You did not choose me but I chose you and appointed you to go and bear fruit-fruits that will last. Then the Father will give you whatever you ask in my name”‘John 15:16
We are grateful to God for bringing us safely into the New Year 2016. In the year 2015 we rallied around the theme “Growing to Maturity” (Ephesians 4:13b). We have since seen increased participation of members both in the sectors (children, youth, women, men and senior citizens) and in the varied ministries across the Cathedral Pillars. ...
Today marks the climax of our health month emphasis where we focused on healing. We are thankful to God for the awareness created through the Sunday sermons and all information passed in the course of the month. We are grateful to all medical practitioners and personnel that do a wonderful work in offering help to people in pain and distress from sickness and disease. We are especially grateful to God for His supply of knowledge and wisdom for all scientific discoveries made overtime and pray that the same grace will be sufficient especially...
Today marks the climax of our health month emphasis where we focused on healing. We are thankful to God for the awareness created through the Sunday sermons and all information passed in the course of the month. We are grateful to all medical practitioners and personnel that do a wonderful work in offering help to people in pain and distress from sickness and disease. We are especially grateful to God for His supply of knowledge and wisdom for all scientific discoveries made overtime and pray that the same grace will be sufficient especially to all those in the field of medical research.
With all the advancement attained in the medical field, there is still so much pain, sickness, suffering and hurt in the world. Many people are seeking alternative medical solutions away from conventional medication. Some people have sought such help from witchdoctors, herbalists and transcendental disciplines (including yoga and other forms of meditation). Christians have also been caught up in the craze and crave for alternative pain relief raising the question “Does God heal today?”
Many people today suffer emotionally due to broken relationships. The emotional pain of a broken relationship is as hard to bear as physical pain, sometimes even worse. As with physical pain, healing must be sought. Jesus Christ can identify with our pain because He understands rejection first hand (John 1:11). Part of the warfare for healing a broken relationship is believing God can heal your emotions. When God is able to heal your emotions then triggers, and thoughts of the broken relationship or how it broke doesn’t send you into a tailspin.
Some relationships can be healed and the two people can be reunited. Other relationships may not be rejoined, and in those cases you will need to seek healing from the broken relationship itself. Whatever the case you find yourself in, carrying around emotional pain is similar to living with an untreated wound. It can lead to further infections as the bacteria of bitterness and regret is left to spread. In addition, if you had an open wound filled with puss on your arm (yet under your shirt) and someone brushed up against you unaware of your wound, your reaction would probably be to jerk your arm, or to become angry and possibly say something unkind, or even to walk away in pain. This reaction wouldn’t make sense to the friend or stranger who simply brushed up against you. It would seem like an over-reaction to them. Any over-reaction is tied to an ‘old’ wound that has not yet healed.
That is why it is critical to either heal your broken relationship with someone, or heal from a broken relationship. Otherwise, you run the risk of harming future relationships due to the wounds from the past.
We encourage you to take care of your health, more so your emotional health and seek healing where necessary. When emotional health is not addressed, it leads to broken relationships. We have many casualties in Churches and work places who continue to hurt others without care. Most of these wounds come from families and relational patterns one has been involved in and they continue to affect other relationships when they are not dealt with. Broken relationships affect your physical, mental and spiritual health. Wounded people wound others; seek help to enjoy life in fullness! (John 10:10).