HISTORY OF CITAM NAKURU
In the year 2011 saw the launch of a new initiative: formally Nakuru Pentecostal Church was officially launched under the leadership of Rev Joseph Kimeu by Bishop David Oginde on September 25,2011.
On February 20,2011 the first service took place to minister to families
On August 2011 the first great outreach the church did was Daily vacation Bible school. Day one saw us reach 200 children. By the end of the week 570 were involved.
In so short a time, God has blessed this ministry with amazing impact in Nakuru. The assembly exclude the power of the Holy spirit with many being reached for Christ #ThePlaceWhereChristDwells
THE SAFARI (Your pathway to growth and transformation)
–A comprehensive discipleship program
A SPIRITUAL JOURNEY OF FIVE STAGES
- Enter : Laying the foundation
- Encounter : Experiencing God
- Embrace : Living in love
- Engage : Impacting the world
- Enlist : Equipped for service
To Know God and To Make Him known through Evangelism and Discipleship
“A Community of Believers Impacting the World with the Gospel of our Lord Jesus Christ through the transforming Power of the Holy Spirit”
Citam espouses the following core values and commitments:
We are committed to work with and exist in a community: where
we courage fellowship; uphold the family; and embrace unity.
We believe that it is our responsibility to impact them in a holistic
manner. We will stand in solidarity with those who are marginalized
We are committed to personal integrity and holiness by pursuing
Christ-likeness in the ministry. We are committed to teaching
and practicing sound Biblical doctrine; pursuing excellence and
encouraging fervent prayer.
We are committed to facilitating intentional discipleship and
stewardship; encouraging servant-leadership in all areas of
ministry and advocating for sustained social action.
We are committed to a culture of transparency and accountability
to God, His Word, to one another and to government.