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Lifewater community church, AHERO, Kenya

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Address: P.O.BOX 569
AHERO, 40010  
Kenya
Number of People Being Served: 2318
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Mission Statement


Our Mission is to lead people in GodÂ’s presences and provide opportunity for them to grow in the faith and minister to others. We vision a vibrant community of worship and witness that fills the rural communities within republic of Kenya with the good news of Jesus Christ.

Description


We are community church that of worship through music and song, an integral part of our church life with particular focus at our Sunday meetings. We have a dedicated team of musicians and singers who meet during the week to worship together; learn new songs; and develop individual and corporate gifting so that we are better able to serve the church Project: Lifewater Community church through her mission wings operates a school – Lifewater Academy in Kochieng location, Kisumu district in the Republic of Kenya, which educating and feeding 268 desperate poor children (Orphans and Vulnerable Children - OVC). It also operates the water well drilling wing named (GWAKO – Groundwater Abstraction in Kenya Outreach), that drills water wells and construct latrines for the poor rural schools and communities regardless of ones church or affiliation or faith

We are community church that of worship through music and song, an integral part of our church life with particular focus at our Sunday meetings. We have a dedicated team of musicians and singers who meet during the week to worship together; learn new songs; and develop individual and corporate gifting so that we are better able to serve the church Project: Lifewater Community church through her mission wings operates a school – Lifewater Academy in Kochieng location, Kisumu district in the Republic of Kenya, which educating and feeding 268 desperate poor children (Orphans and Vulnerable Children - OVC). It also operates the water well drilling wing named (GWAKO – Groundwater Abstraction in Kenya Outreach), that drills water wells and construct latrines for the poor rural schools and communities regardless of ones church or affiliation or faith

Mission Statement: Our Mission is to lead people in GodÂ’s presences and provide opportunity for them to grow in the faith and minister to others. We vision a vibrant community of worship and witness that fills the rural communities within republic of Kenya with the good news of Jesus Christ.

Organizational Statement of Faith


• We believe that the Scriptures, both the Old and New Testaments in their original texts, are fully inspired by the Holy Spirit, without error, and are the final authority for the Church. • We believe that there is one God, eternally existent in three persons, Father, Son and Holy Spirit. • We believe in the absolute deity and full humanity of our Lord Jesus Christ as the only saviour of the world through:- His virgin birth, His sinless life, the authenticity of His miracles, His vicarious and atoning death, His bodily resurrection and His exaltation to the right hand of Goden. • We believe in the personality and deity of the Holy Spirit. We believe He gives life, He sanctifies, He empowers and comforts all believers. • We believe that man was originally created sinless. Tempted by Satan, man fell and thereby brought the whole race under the condemnation of eternal separation from God. • We believe that man is saved through repentance and faith in the finished work of Christ. Justification is through grace alone. • We believe that the Church is the body of Jesus Christ composed of all true believers. The present work of the Church is the worship of God, the perfecting of the saints and the evangelisation of the world. • We believe in the personal and bodily return of the Lord Jesus Christ to consummate our salvation and establish His glorious Kingdom


Denominational Affiliations


Non-denominational


Local Affiliation



Program Type:


Spiritual Development Program

Do you Require Formal Orientation Training?


No