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KAMA is a fellowship of Christian men, young and old who are baptized and confirmed in the Anglican Church. KAMA is a recognition that the highest duty of man is to glorify God in worship, word and in action and to reach out to those in need. The aim of KAMA is, ‘to help its members to grow in spirit, mind and body and to be nurtured in faith for every good work.

  1. Evangelism and Missions
  2. Visitations and Reaching Out
  3. Community Service
  4. Education Support/Bursary Fund
  5. Men’s Fellowship
  6. Economic Empowerment
  7. Projects
  8. Bible Study
  9. Mentoring Young People

The objectives of KAMA are among others, to:

  1. Promote God’s Kingdom and to set forth His Glory
  2. Help its members to grow in spirit, mind and body, and be nurtured in faith for every good work
  3. Encourage members to play an active role in the mission of the Church
  4. Promote Christian principles in national, civic and community life
  5. Men’s Fellowship
  6. Encourage members to undertake acts of Christian service for the distressed, disadvantaged and the disabled.
  7. Encourage members to use the gifts God has given them as good stewards of God’s varied grace.

Mothers’ Union

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The mothers Union in Nairobi Dioceses, except the UK is a group that is made up of ladies only. We have occasionally teased men to join us but on a serious note, I think it would be quiet healthy to have men in our mother’s movement. I wonder whether you have ever enjoyed a partnering leadership experience where you are working relationship with another leader of the opposite sex. The two of you are open and receptive to ideas, able to listen and learn from one another. You feel safe to share your thoughts and you know they will be taken seriously.

Trust and mutual respect characterize the relationship. Both of you realize that the work you do together is much better that either of you could have accomplished alone. On this note, I want to appreciate the women leaders in the Diocese who have courageously gone ahead to consult with their opposite colleague partners in the Christian life to enhance the mothers union work in their parishes. I have noticed a lot of growth in the mother’s union work for the last three years since I took over leadership. A lot of gratitude to my predecessor for the ground she laid in the mother’s union work.

The mothers union has aims and objectives whose aim is advancement of Christian religion in the sphere of marriage and family life. I have realized that the first two objectives are very important and are paramount to achieving the other three objectives. Reade more in the May 2014 issue of the ACK Diocese of Nairobi Mothers’ Union. A lot of gratitude to my predecessor for the ground she laid in the mother’s union work. The mothers union has aims and objectives whose aim is advancement of Christian religion in the sphere of marriage and family life. I have realized that the first two objectives are very important and are paramount to achieving the other three objectives.

Reade more in the May 2014 issue of the ACK Diocese of Nairobi Mothers’ Union.

The St. Mary’s Church Mothers’ Union is a Christian organization of the Anglican Communion. It is under the Nairobi Archdeaconry whose Archdeacon is The Venerable Canon Jane Mwangangi. It was founded in the year 1982 and the first group of mothers enrolled on 21st November in the same year by His Grace the late Archbishop Manasses Kuria who together with his late wife Mama Mary Kuria were also responsible for the formation of the group. Since its inception, the St. Mary’s Church Mothers’ Union has been committed to church duties such as Evangelism, Helping the needy through feeding them and availing bursary for school fees, Adult literacy classes, Dress making classes, Food processing, Participation in the Nairobi International Show, Drama, Hiring of chairs, plates, mugs and cooking pots and Organizing Tours/Seminars etc for spiritual growth of members. The group meets on the third Sunday of every month, after the 11Am O'clock service.

Aims of Mothers’ Union

  1. To uphold and promote the teachings of Jesus Christ about the sanctity of marriage
  2. To encourage parents to bring up their children in the church of God
  3. To continue the fellowship of Christians worldwide in prayer, worship and service
  4. To organize ways of strengthening family life and protecting children;
  5. To help those who have troubles in their family life.;

The Objects of Mothers’ Union

  1. To uphold Christ’s teaching on nature of marriage to promote its wider understanding (Mark 10:6-8);
  2. To encourage parents to bring up their children in the faith life of the church (Mark 10:13-16);
  3. To maintain a worldwide fellowship of Christians united in prayer, worshipservice (Philippians 1:3-6);
  4. To promote conditions in society favorable to stable family life the protection of children i.e.family welfare(John 15:12);
  5. To help those whose family life has met with adversity i.e. service to families Galatians 6: 2-5).







The goal of St Mary’s Kindergaten and Primary School is to provide an environment conducive to the optimal spiritual, social, physical, and intellectual development of each child. A child-centered, developmentally appropriate curriculum incorporates daily opportunities for individual as well as group activities, imaginative play, problem-solving skills, literature, and both large and small muscle activities. 

Building confidence, encouraging curiosity, exploring our world, and thinking through relationships is a vital part of learning. Preschool children are active learners who learn by exploration, discovery, and hands-on experiences. The daily activities include literature, math, science, social studies, and daily life skills. A variety of hands-on learning activities and experiences are planned according to a calendar of themes and units. These are supplemented with science enrichment programs, exercise through sports and games, music, and sign language.


The goal of each teacher is to foster a stable environment where children create, explore, play, share, and socialize. The school provides for children a safe, secure environment filled with love, kindness, and encouragement. With one-on-one attention and positive reinforcement, children feel successful. Through understanding, respect, and exciting learning opportunities, the children build self-esteem and confidence. Warm, positive relationships with teachers help children develop a sense of trust and a feeling of worth. We incorporate a spirit of cooperation, not competition. All social interactions are viewed as opportunities for learning to care about one another and ourselves. With proper guidance, children learn to problem solve, become independent, and respect ideas and feelings of others.

Physiological developments in the brain of a young child determine the social, emotional, physical and intellectual readiness for new skills and experiences. Most human behavior develops in a patterned fashion of predictable stages through which every child passes at his/her own pace. Developmentally appropriate materials and activities are provided so children may learn and grow at their own rate guided by dedicated and skilled educators.

Our desire is that children at St Mary’s Nursery School will develop a special kind of excitement and enthusiasm about life and learning and each will feel special and valued.  Children will leave St Mary’s Nursery School with the confidence and skills necessary to succeed socially and academically.

Welcome Parents

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Message from the Headteacher

Dear Parents,

On behalf of the staff, management and myself, I would like to welcome you to our school website. I hope that the content and the photographs that we have included on our website will help to give you a taste of what it is like to be part of St. Mary’s School Kabete. We are very proud of our school and recognize that a true picture cannot be portrayed in a prospectus and so prospective parents are warmly invited to make an appointment to visit the school prior to registering their child. I have always strongly believed that having the opportunity to educate children is a rare privilege that brings in a responsibility to provide a holistic education that prepares the pupils for an ever- changing world which comes along with its challenges.

Being a church school, we are multi-faith and multi-racial where people respect each other and respect the differences in the society.

Our pupils are educated to be resilient, believe in themselves, be inquisitive and ambitious and by doing so, be high achievers in any aspects of life. Our children understand that Caring and Sharing is important to us all and sets the standard for the way that all individuals are valued and cared for. At St. Mary’s School Kabete, we are never complacent and we never stand still. We have hard-working staff, parents, children and management who work together to achieve a shared vision for a school community where everyone can feel safe and happy and can achieve their personal, social and academic potential. I am always delighted to welcome new parents to our school and I hope that whilst you are with us both you and your child will take the opportunity to be involved in all that the school has to offer. I look forward to working in partnership with you as together we guide your child through the early years of their education.

Very Best Wishes

Veronicah Mungai- Headteacher


Isaiah 43:18-19 “Forget the former things; do not dwell on the past. See, I am doing a new thing! Now it springs up; do you not perceive it? I am making a way in the wilderness and streams in the wasteland.”
One Lord... One Faith...One Family.
Joshua 1:8 This Book of the Law shall not depart from your mouth, but you shall read [and meditate on] it day and night, so that you may be careful to do [everything] in accordance with all that is written in it; for then you will make your way prosperous, and then you will be successful.
Ephesians 4:5-6(NIV) 5 one Lord, one faith, one baptism; 6 one God and Father of all, who is over all and through all and in all.
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This Week's Word

This Week’s Word

Isaiah 9:6

For unto us a child is born, unto us a son is given:  and the government shall be upon his shoulder: and his name shall be called Wonderful, Councellor, The mighty God, The everlasting Father, The Prince of Peace.



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1 John 2:15-17
(15) Do not love the world or anything in the world. If anyone loves the world, love for the Father[a] is not in them. (16) For everything in the world—the lust of the flesh, the lust of the eyes, and the pride of life—comes not from the Father but from the world. (17) The world and its desires pass away, but whoever does the will of God lives forever.

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Church Notices 


* We resolve to use our tithe cards in offering our tithe as a way of encouraging ourselves in faithfulness and record keeping. For a tithe cards and membership number, please get in touch with the church office.


* Mid Week Service is on every Wednesday at 5.30 p.m. All are welcome.


* Catechism classes have resumed. Registration for the new class is on going. The adult Class is ongoing. For more information contact Ev. Jenniffer Njenga on 0722863684.

* In obedience  to God's word in Hebrew 10:25 "Let us not give up meeting together, as some are in the habit of doing, but let us encourage one another..." we have decided to establish weekly home area fellowships. To this end, the larger Ndumbu-ini area are requested to register with David Gichana; The Gichagi/ Reli area with Onesmus Macharia or James Muchene. The Vetlabs, Uthiru and Jerico areas with Dr. Agutu and those who live beyond the above areas with Rev. Gitari or Evangelist Jenniffer.


* Praise and worship weekly meetings are on every Thursday and Friday at 5.30 p.m. to 6.30 p.m. and Saturday at 4.30 p.m. to 6.30 p.m.



* Men are requested to give their contribution towards KAMA quota to the treasurer, Mr. William Kagwe, or put in an envelope and indicate KAMA.

* During the Got Eating we resolved that all men will raise Ksh. 10,000 by the end of February 2018. Kindly visit the MIA DESK at the entrance of the church to get a status update on your journal page with either William Kagwe or Johnson Thaiya.


* All men who are communicant members and have not been enrolled by the Bishop are requested to get in touch with Mr. James Muchene for further information on the same.




* Ladies journal book is open. Ladies are requested to see the treasurer with their contributions.

* Ladies who wish to enroll into Mother's Union are requested to give their names to the chair-lady.


Youth and Teens

* Weekly Bible study every Wednesday at 5.30 p.m.

* Teen's service runs from 9.15 a.m. to 11 a.m. every Sunday in the basement hall. All teens are welcome.


Mission’s Desk

* The Bethsaida fellowship is on every Tuesday at 6 p.m. to 7.30 p.m.



* We will have our choir Practice takes place every Thursday at 4 p.m. and Saturday at 3 p.m.


God Bless you all.




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