• THE ALL SAINTS CATHEDRAL (NAIROBI)

    01-Jan-2016 00:00 to 31-Dec-2016 00:00

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    We are happy to inform you that the Annual Marriage Conference 2016 will take place from Oct 20th to 23rd at PrideInn Paradise in Mombasa. The costs are Kes 33,000/- for the conference and Kes 7,300/- for transport per couple. Please save the date and pass the word around to your friends for them too to save the date. The MOM annual conference i... 20-Oct-2016 08:00 to 23-Oct-2016 08:00 at PrideInn Paradise, Mombasa   Read More

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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.

2016 Theme:

Bearing Fruit that Lasts

John 15:16b

A stand against the Comprehensive Sex Education (CSE) Curriculum

A stand against the Comprehensive Sex Education (CSE) Curriculum 

“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. ...

 
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The reproductive health care bill 2014 tabled in the House of Senate has been at the centre of tag and pull between a cross section of Faith based institutions and Non-governmental organizations both locally and internationally. At the heart of the matter, the bill is said to unorthodoxically introduce Comprehensive Sex Education(CSE) targeted to Children in primary Schools.

According to the description given, “the Bill seeks to make provision for the actualization of reproductive rights. The right to make free and informed deci...

 
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The reproductive health care bill 2014 tabled in the House of Senate has been at the centre of tag and pull between a cross section of Faith based institutions and Non-governmental organizations both locally and internationally. At the heart of the matter, the bill is said to unorthodoxically introduce Comprehensive Sex Education(CSE) targeted to Children in primary Schools.

According to the description given, “the Bill seeks to make provision for the actualization of reproductive rights. The right to make free and informed decisions, which is central to the exercise of any right, shall not be subjected to any form of coercion and must be fully guaranteed by the State, like the right itself. Respect for protection and fulfillment of reproductive health and rights which seek to promote the rights and welfare of every person particularly couples, adult individuals, women and adolescents.” This basis, deceptively attempts to enhance the provisions of the Bill of rights entrenched in the Constitution of Kenya. However the true essence is that it promotes the making of choices devoid of moral or ethical convictions or consequences. The use of words like ‘informed choices’ or ‘informed consent’ in the said bill, raises concern that ‘pro choice’ proponents seek to  subtly entrench their ideologies in our laws, by-laws, regulations and ultimately in our constitution. The detriment thereof is the legalization of abortions, surrogacy, same sex civil partnerships and unions, ultimately the eventual disintegration of values, systems and deep rooted convictions that have held our societies and communities together.

The cleverly packaged, destructive bill furthermore targets Kenyan children in their formative years. It seeks to deform the value systems of Kenyan Children by changing their mindset to accommodate otherwise detrimental western norms, folkways and cultures. In as much as there are increased reports on early sexual debut among our children and the number of criminal sexual abuse directed to persons living with disabilities in Kenya, we must not allow the innocence of our children to be stolen in the name of exposure and education through the Comprehensive Sex Education Curriculum to be taught in our schools. Whereas it is needful to pass necessary information and content as far as one’s sexuality is concerned, this must not be done at the expense of ingraining necessary convictions on the said topic in the life of children. Secondly, we must not kill or annihilate the power of imagination in the mind and heart of children. Society must be deliberate to cultivate a sense of wonder and the anticipation of the excitement of discovery of God’s great gifts to humanity and more so the sexual experience which has its time and place in the context of marriage.

As we grapple with the introduction of CSE curriculum in schools we must critically ask; Should we push adulthood to children before their time? Should we water down the sanctity of Sexual union as God made it by narrowing it down to an urge that should be explored at any stage of life? If the answers to these questions raise an urge to defend the Kenyan Child, please join the Kenya Christian Professional Forum on their website (www.kcpf.or.ke) and their Facebook page, in petitioning the President of the Republic of Kenya not to ascent the said Bill to Law.

Happy 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

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