They devoted themselves to the teaching of the apostles and to the communal life, to the breaking of bread and to the prayers.”(Acts 2:42)

Recently in the course of the year, 2015, the Nairobi Metropolitan dioceses published guidelines to Small Christian Communities (SCC’s). these communities are a model of evangelization, a prophetic way of being a church through prayer, listening to God’s word, sharing it and seeking how to put it into practice, so as to witness to the Gospel of Christ. The guidelines are meant to promote the work of SCCs within the Ecclesiastical Province of Nairobi and beyond. This is a timely response to various opportunities and challenges encountered by SCCs, on the occasion of 50 years anniversary of the Vatican Council Documents.

God’s plan of salvation has always been to enter into communion with His people. In the Old Testament, it was with his people Israel and in the early New Testament, Christian communities, where Christ became the Centre of the community of faith.

Drawing from various sentiments, reflections and lived experiences of the universal Church, in 1976 the Bishops of AMECEA region strongly expressed their belief and conviction that individual lives of the faithful could only be changed and influenced by the SCCS, following the model of the early Church.

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Our mission is to sustainably improve the quality of life of people living within the Diocese by spreading the Good News of Christ and facilitating socio-economic empowerment in Justice and peace’

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The Diocesan Family day organizing committee with great love and joy, thanks all Christians of  Ngong diocese for their support in plans for this year’s family Day Celebrations due to take place on 5th December 2015 at St. Joseph the Worker Cathedral  in Ngong. 

In the effort to meet the set targets for this year the committee in collaboration with Bishop John Oballa Owaa and the Diocesan Finance Committee has organized two dinner parties both in Ngong and Narok. The dinners are towards supporting evangelization efforts in the Diocese one will be at Shade Hotel Karen on 9th October 2015 at 6pm while the Narok one will be at Chambai Hotel on 23rdOctober 2015. The charges are 5000 per person and 7500 per couple or two people. 


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Isaiah 48:6 - "Thou hast heard, see all this; and will not ye declare it? I have shewed thee new things from this time, even hidden things, and thou didst not know them."

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