About Us

Presbyterian Church of East Africa

Started by missionaries from Scotland in the late 1800’s, the PCEA church is today led by Africans with its headqaurter in Nairobi, Kenya. PCEA has about 4 million members, over 1,500 congregations, 500 parishes, 55 presbyteries in Kenya, Ugand and Tanzania. The church envision starting presbyteries and congreagtions beyong east Africa.
Woman's Guild

Woman's Guild

The PCEA Woman's Guild is a fellowship of Women and Girls in the Presbyterian Church 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.

Youth Fellowship

Youth Fellowship

This is a fellowship which seeks to embrace activities of young people in the Church, to draw youth into Gods Kingdom and train them up as disciples, to enlist their efforts in the tasks of evangelisation and fellowship in co-operation in the promotion of God’s kingdom among youth of PCEA. 

Children Ministry

Children Ministry

The Children Ministry includes the Boys and Girls Brigade and the Church School. The Children ministry is concerned with the recruitmentand training of sunday school teachers and the standardization of the church school curriculum. The teachers are empowered to impact children. 

Christian Education

Christian Education

Christian Education is a transformational agent that covers the home, Church, School/Institutions, and Society in general with the role to advice, facilitate, sensitize, intervene, educate, and represent. 

Men Fellowship

Men Fellowship

Presbyterian Church Men Fellowship a men's fellowship group with a clarion call to reach out to men, lead and disciple men into christlikeness. It aims at transforming men through Jesus Christ. The fellowship aims to bring men together and unite them as a team to the growth of the church. 

Theological Education by Ext

Theological Education by Ext

PCEA Theological Education Extension Department offers theological education to those whom, through formal training would not get it due to limitations of age, access, level of education or other facors. 

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