• THE CENTENARY CELEBRATION SERVICE & EVENTS FOR THE YEAR 2017

    All Saints’ Cathedral, the national Cathedral of the Anglican Church of Kenya, will be celebrating her first centenary anniversary (100 years) beginning February 2nd, 2017. It is worth noting that we inherited this iconic national monument from those who, one hundred years ago, had the vision and resolve to build a national Cathedral for the ... 02-Feb-2017 to 05-Nov-2017 at The All Saints Cathedral Nairobi   Read More

    Watch The Centenary Celebration Service Replay
  • SCHOOL OF PRAYER CLASSES

    Will  begin on 5th  February to July 2017  from 1.30 pm  to 4.00 pm for (6) Months. All Christians are encouraged to please register at the Information Tent in the Church.         05-Feb-2017 to 31-Jul-2017 at All Saints Cathedral Church

  • SPIRITUAL LIFE SURVEY

    The congregational spiritual life survey is starting on 23rd April 2017 to assess the spiritual life of the Church. This will help in developing a spiritual pathway in the new centenary. Members are encouraged to take part in this survey Please send your information by SMS to 31390 in the following format. ASC email 1st name last name servic... 01-Apr-2017 to 30-Apr-2017 at All Saints Cathedral   Read More

  • CENTENARY MASS WEDDINGS

    Will take place in August 2017.  We are targeting 100 couples to register .  We therefore encourage couples whose marriages has not been blessed in the church to fill a form at the Information Tent. 01-Aug-2017 to 31-Aug-2017 at All Saints Cathedral


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Welcome

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.

2017 Theme:

Celebrating God's Faithfullness

Deuteronomy 4:9

AN EMPOWED ELECTORATEY

AN EMPOWED ELECTORATE

Only be careful, and watch yourselves closely so that you do not forget the things your eyes have seen or let them fade from your heart as long as you live. Teach them to your children and to their children after them.

Last week we focused on the process of maturing our democracy. We pointed out that in a robust democracy the participation of the citizenry in selecting of leaders is paramount. The voice of the masses can never be wished away in the process of nominating political leaders.

The just concluded political parties’ primaries have brought new realities in our young democracy. Unlike before when the wishes of the party were upheld at the expense of the will of the people, this time round it has been rather difficult for political parties ...

 
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Last week we focused on the process of maturing our democracy. We pointed out that in a robust democracy the participation of the citizenry in selecting of leaders is paramount. The voice of the masses can never be wished away in the process of nominating political leaders.

The just concluded political parties’ primaries have brought new realities in our young democracy. Unlike before when the wishes of the party were upheld at the expense of the will of the people, this time round it has been rather difficult for political parties to impose candidates onto the populace. The electorates seem to have taken charge of the process. However, there have been cases of rigging. In some instances, duly elected aspirants have been denied nomination certificates in favor of candidates who are deemed to be close to the party machinery. This is not healthy for our democracy; justice demands that the will of the people prevail. The most popular candidate in a primary should be allowed to run in the general election. The way political parties conduct their internal affairs is a shadow of how they conduct or would run a government. In developed democracies the electorate judge aspirants and political parties based on their track record and the ethos they champion.

All is not lost for Kenya; the primaries may have been shambolic and chaotic but the entire process is a plus to the growth of our young nation. It is a step towards the right direction. Most of the first world nations have had an ugly political history of civil wars, political crusades and assassinations. They never started from where they are today. Their democracy has been a process. However, we should learn from their mistakes and build on their experiences. We must never replicate their history.

The Kenyan electorate has proved to the world of her willingness to hold leaders to account and take control in the manner in which their affairs are managed. Leaders must remember that they are accountable to the citizenry who put them in office. It is not a surprise to note that majority of the incumbents who lost in the primaries was as a result of their poor performance while in office. Political positions are not instruments for lording over the populace but vehicles for service delivery.

Leaders who seek for elective posts must come alive to this reality. The citizenry demand for service delivery. Leaders must learn to be liable to those who put them in office. In addition it is worth noting that over and above service delivery, the electorate demand that their leaders treat them with decorum and respect. Servant leadership must be the clarion call of every elected official. Moreover, the electorate must learn to uphold leaders even after the elections and be responsible in electing credible and capable men and women into office.

“Righteousness exalts a nation: but sin is a reproach to any people. Proverbs 14:34

Have a Lovely Sunday

 

 

Sunday Services

Holy Communion

7.00 amMain Sanctuary

Sunday School

 
9.30 amKindergarten
11.30 amKindergarten
 

English Adult

 
8.00 amMain Sanctuary
9.30 amMain Sanctuary
11.30 amMain Sanctuary
 

Youth

 
9.30 amTrinity Center
11.30 amTrinity Center
 

Teens

9.30 amMPH Penthouse

Sign Language

9.30 amMPH Penthouse

Kiswahili

9.30 amMPH Penthouse

Evensong

6.00 pmMain Sanctuary

The Provost's Desk