About Us

Our Mission

TO BE a worshiping community, helping one another, TO BE obedient to God’s Word and TO BE Ambassadors of Jesus Christ in a needy world.

Our Mission

TO BE a worshiping community, helping one another, TO BE obedient to God’s Word and TO BE Ambassadors of Jesus Christ in a needy world.

Our Vision

Becoming Christ-like Disciples Engaging the World.

Together, as we listen and respond to God’s call. We invite you to pray, to listen to God, and consider what, out of all He has given you, you would give to Him for this work. As the Bible says, God owns the cattle on a thousand hills—and those cattle are in the hands of His stewards, you and I.

We, none of us, have arrived, but all are called to the process. We are all Committing to continual growth through C-H-R-I-S-T.

C-entred on God
H-oly in life
R-ighteous in action
I-ntegrated in the Body
S-pirit filled for Service
T-otally engaged

Our Focus 2022

Becoming Disciples: Rooted and Fruitful

Theme Verse John 15:1-20.

Our Focus 2022

Becoming Disciples:

Rooted and Fruitful

Theme Verse John 15:1-20.

With a passion and zeal for the lost and hurting world. Karura is looking for ways to build bridges to a cynical and jaded society.
We aim to take a different approach in reaching out and helping people along the journey. It’s very important to believe that you’re the one. We stress cultural relevancy and utilize all media and means to communicate the church message. It’s very important to believe that you’re the one.
With a passion and zeal for the lost and hurting world. Karura is looking for ways to build bridges to a cynical and jaded society.
 

Our Core Values

Commitment to the Great Command to love God and to love our neighbors (Luke 10:25-37)

Commitment to the Great Command to love God and to love our neighbors (Luke 10:25-37)

Commitment to Biblical transformation (Rom. 12:1,2; Col. 1:28,29)

Commitment to empowering leadership (Ephesians. 4:11,12) (open, unthreatened, team-oriented, unity seeking, willing to pass on to others)

Commitment to Contextual Relevance (1 Cor. 9:19 to 23). 

Commitment to Church Planting (Matt. 28:19,20)

We believe that successful ministry is dependent on God, and so foundational to the above is a Commitment to Prayer, the truth of God’s Word, and seeking God’s presence and enablement by the Holy Spirit. (John 14 – 17; Rom. 8:5-17; Phil. 2:13).

Our Core Values

Commitment to the Great Command to love God and to love our neighbors (Luke 10:25-37)

Commitment to the Great Command to love God and to love our neighbors (Luke 10:25-37)

Commitment to Biblical transformation (Rom. 12:1,2; Col. 1:28,29)

Commitment to empowering leadership (Ephesians. 4:11,12) (open, unthreatened, team-oriented, unity seeking, willing to pass on to others)

Commitment to Contextual Relevance (1 Cor. 9:19 to 23). 

Commitment to Church Planting (Matt. 28:19,20)

We believe that successful ministry is dependent on God, and so foundational to the above is a Commitment to Prayer, the truth of God’s Word, and seeking God’s presence and enablement by the Holy Spirit. (John 14 – 17; Rom. 8:5-17; Phil. 2:13).

Our History

Karura Community Chapel is a non-denominational congregation started in January 1996 as a plant of the Nairobi Chapel. Our Mission is: To be a worshiping community, helping one another to be obedient to God’s Word and to be Ambassadors of Jesus Christ in a needy world.

Our History

Karura Community Chapel is a non-denominational congregation started in January 1996 as a plant of the Nairobi Chapel.