• SCHOOL OF PRAYER

    This is currently on going, all members are welcome to the School of Prayer ..every Sunday at 1:30- 4:00pm.   Philippians 4:6 -Be careful for nothing; but in every thing by prayer and supplication with thanksgiving let your requests be made known to God. 2015-01-22 to 2015-07-25 at Trinity Centre (St Matthew)

  • ALL SAINTS CATHEDRAL GOLFLITE TOURNAMENT

    Pamoja Twasomesha” -a charity tournament scheduled for 20/3/15 at Vet Lab Sports Club. Tickets are ranging from Kes. 100, 200, 500, 1000, 2500 available from all the students who have benefited from this kitty, Information Tent, and at the SOM office. Entry fee for a golfer is Ksh. 2500 2015-02-14 to 2015-03-23 at Vet Lab Sports Club

  • BTL ANNUAL RUN FOR THE BIBLELESS

    Bible Translation & Literacy is aimed at reaching the Bibleless communities with God’s word in their language. Join us on March 7th at Nairobi Primary School from 7.30am for the annual run,Registration is Kes. 1,000. 2015-02-17 to 2015-03-08 at Nairobi Primary School

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.

2015 Theme:

Growing to Maturity

Eph 4:11-17

Spiritual Warfare

Spiritual Warfare: Syncretism

FASTING DURING LENT
The Lenten season is a period of soul searching, repentance as well as a moment of self-reflection and “spiritual stock-taking”. The Lenten celebrations began when the early Christians rededicated themselves to God as a means of preparation for Easter.

Traditionally, this is a forty day period beginning from Ash Wednesday to Maundy Thursday (18th February to 2nd April 2015). The New Testament understanding of fasting is derived from the 40 days fasting period that Jesus took before he began his ministry.

Fasting may be taken in several ways such as partial fasting-Daniel 10: 1-3 “ate no pleasant bread”, complete abstinence or absolute fasting Luke 4: 1-2, Ezra 10: 6, Jonah 3: 5-10, Acts 9: 9 and Esther 4:16. Fasting is more than just abstaining from foods, it also involves setting the oppressed free. “Is not this the kind of fasting… to loose the chains of injustice…?” Isaiah 58:6.Fasting includes sharing your food with the hungry and clothing the naked.

There are many benefits in prayer and fasting. In some cases, health is restored or improved, God’s wrath is averted and people are delivered from demonic oppression. Indeed, there are situations in life that prayer alone may not be sufficient. No wonder Jesus would say-”This kind cannot come out except by prayer and fasting” Mat 17:21.

As we fast this lent, our savings from regular tea after services and other meals at the Cathedral will contribute towards the needs of the famine stricken and the internally displaced persons in the country. At the national level, we implore the two Principals and the cabinet, our parliamentarians and the judiciary to prayerfully reflect on their role in leadership. All Kenyans must painfully reflect upon their role in encouraging corruption, impunity and sufferance of justice. It is only then that healing will quickly appear in our nation! (Isaiah 58:8, 2Chronilces 7:14).

LENT PRAYERTHON CAMPAIGN 2015
A: Identify a prayer partner and your selected time.
1: Select the appropriate days lectionary readings
2: Read through the passages and use the following acronym to help you meditate
S- is there any sin to confess
P- is there any promise to claim
E-is there any error to avoid
C- is there any command to obey
K- is there any new knowledge of God.

B: Read through the prayer guide and take time to pray regarding the issues raised. Where possible relate the day’s lectionary readings to the prayer focus.

C: Are there some changes that you need to make in your personal relationship or service to God as an individual, family or local congregation?
Commit this to the Lord in prayer.

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

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