K.A.M.A.

KENYA ANGLICAN MEN’S ASSOCIATION (K.A.M.A)

THE ANGLICAN CHURCH OF KENYA

KENYA ANGLICAN MEN’S ASSOCIATION (K.A.M.A)

Inception

The Kenya Anglican Men’s Association (K.A.M.A.) was formed in the year 2002. In January 2003 the retired Bishop Rt. Rev. Peter Njoka officially launched the St. Stephen’s Cathedral Branch of KAMA.

The St. Stephen’s Cathedral officials elected were:

Chairman: Stephen Okello

Secretary: Peter Mwangi

Treasurer: John Mark Ongache

Projects

KAMA is involved in various projects. One such project is the building of the modern toilets that are located in the Cathedral compound. Construction of the toilets commenced in 2006 and was completed in 2008. They were officially opened by the retired Bishop the Rt. Rev. Peter Njoka on 25th December, 2008.

Under the leadership of the Rt. Rev. Joel Waweru, KAMA began a Rite of Passage training. Initially eight boys enrolled in 2011 and in 2012 the numbers increased to twenty four. The number is expected to steadily rise in the coming years.

Seminars

KAMA have enjoyed visits to various Dioceses for seminars. These include Mombasa, Kirinyaga, Kisumu, Kakamega and Machakos.

Members meet every fourth Saturday of the month. During these meetings every member remits a contribution which goes into paying some of the Diocese Parish allocation.

Membership

There are 30 active KAMA members.

Future plans

The KAMA members plan to hold a fund raising meeting on 30th June 2013 to promote their Account and also pay Diocesan debts for the year 2011, 2012 and 2013. The fund raising is also aimed at supporting various church projects.

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