Association for Men

The Kenya Anglican Men Association (KAMA) is an association for men in the Anglican Church of Kenya that was formed with view of bringing all Anglican men together into living personal relationship with God through Jesus Christ in a manner that would enable them grow and live in totality. The vision of the association in the Diocese of Eldoret is for the association to bring all men in the Diocese into a living relationship with God through Jesus Christ in Service, Praises, Worshipping and exalting God for making us what we are today. Its mission is to reach out and embrace one another in Christian fellowship and offer selfless service to mankind for the glorification of God’s name. Aims and Objectives There are ten aims and objectives of KAMA as follows: -Thumbnail Image 1

• To promote God’s Kingdom and set forth His Glory

• To help its members to grow in spirit, mind and body, and be mature in faith for every good work

• To encourage members to play an active role in the mission of the church

• To encourage Christian principles in national, civic and community life

• To encourage members to undertake acts of Christian service for the distressed, disadvantaged and the disabled

• To encourage members to use the gifts God has given them as steward of God’s varied grace

• To encourage members to use their resources in supporting the work of the church at all levels

In the Diocese, few parishes have registered KAMA members who have been admitted and commissioned by the Bishop. Despite the foregoing, there are several parishes which have made tremendous strides in striving to fulfill the association’s objectives. The Cathedral parish of St. Matthews was the first to admit KAMA members and has continued to grow stronger and stronger. Several other parishes have encouraged each other to be good stewards of the resources God has given them. They have taken the step ti encourage each other to start income generating projects for themselves as they strategize on how to replicate the same for the church and members of the church before they move to the member of the community