Sunset in the Masai Mara National Reserve

Kenya Mission Network Council and Kenyan Guests - Dallas, TX, February, 2018

Jambo!   Bwana Asifiwe!   Welcome to the Kenya Mission Network!

The Kenya Mission Network began in 2003 as an interrelated association of Presbyteries, Churches, individuals, and mission agencies that are partnered in missions between the Presbyterian Church of East Africa and the Presbyterian Church (USA).  That framework continues today, but we also welcome other denominations and groups that share our purpose.  The Network provides a forum to worship together, and also to exchange ideas, joys, challenges, concerns and vision about cross cultural missions.  The work and witness of partnerships are encouraged and fortified through programs and fellowship at Network gatherings, which are scheduled annually.

Attendees at Kenya Mission Network Conference - Hilton Head Island, SC, 2016

Students at the National Museum, Nairobi

2019 Kenya Mission Network Gathering - Alexandria, Virginia

The 2019 Kenya Mission Network Gathering has been scheduled for March 28-30 at Westminster Presbyterian Church in Alexandria, Virginia. This conference’s theme is “Education in Kenya: Lighting the Fire”- it will commence with dinner on Thursday, March 28 and conclude with lunch on Saturday, March 30. Save the date and make your plans now to attend.  Your mission capabilities will grow, your relationships will be strengthened, and your faith will be nurtured! Click on the following buttons to register and to access further information about the conference:

“In executing mission, we must remember there is not 'those who have' and 'those who do not have'.  It is a partnership, in which both are participants carrying out the Great Commission.”  Rev. Kamau Thairu, Dallas 2018 Kenya Mission Network Gathering (photos below)

Best Practices for Mission Partnerships

The International Partnership Conference in Nairobi, Kenya was hosted by the Presbyterian Church of East Africa in February, 2017.  At the Conference the document titled Best Practices for Mission Partnerships, originally adopted in 2012, was reviewed and revised to reflect best current practices.  Click here to view or download the document as affirmed in Nairobi.  For the full report from the Conference, click on the Events tab at the top of this page.