Riandu Project

Volunteers participate in riandu project

Mothers Union

Diosecian Mothers Union Leaders

Bible on the ground

Bishop lauches bible on the ground at Eden Farm Kiamachaki

Mothers Union

Mothers Union Council

Cathedral of St. Peters

Ongoing construction of the Cathedral of St. Peters

Diocesan Headquarters

St. Peters House - Siakago

Diocesian Bishop's Message


Beloved Christians and all stakeholders of the Anglican Church in Mbeereland may grace, peace and mercy in Jesus Christ be yours in full measure. Let’s remind ourselves that we belong to a Church under the foundation of Jesus Christ. Our Church history is great, and springs from a process, time, space and contexts where many personalities including us present today are part of it. We remind ourselves that "we are all one in union with Christ Jesus (Gal. 3:28)" and our motto in the Diocese remains as: "May Your kingdom come and May your will be done on earth (Mbeere) as it is in heaven (Mtt.6:10)." The Church in Mbeere has strived to live its purpose as the "agent of the Kingdom of God."

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  • The Bible
  • The Anglican Church Traditions
  • Congregations and Communities
  • The liturgy
  • The Diocesan Structure
  • Operational systems
  • Partnership and Networking
  • Faith and Unity (in God and  other  people)
  • Prayer and Devotion
  • Commitment and  Hard work
  • Transparency and accountability
  • Love and Integrity
  • Professionalism

To promote holistic transformational development among individuals and communities; by strengthening the spiritual and  social-economic livelihoods to have life in abundance in conformity with  the biblical teachings.

A United, vibrant, resourceful and sustainable diocese  proclaiming the gospel  of Christ.

Mbeere Diocese from Inception to Date

Initially covered Mandela later released Garissa Area Missionary Diocese. The Anglican Church of Kenya, Mbeere Diocese came to existence on 1st July 1997. It was created out of the former CPK Diocese of Embu. It covers Mbeere North and Mbeere South and lies under the arid and semi arid areas of Kenya. It is a metropolitan Diocese with several communities co-existing. The majority are Ambeere. The indigenous are the Ambeere who are the majority. The first Bishop of ACK Diocese of Mbeere was Rt Rev Gideon G. Ireri who was concentrated on 26th October 1997 at the church of Good Samaritan Nyangwa, a mother church of the Diocese where the first CMS started in the region the year 1918.  This was a memorable and important event in the Diocese which was witnessed by among others his Excellency the 2nd president of the republic of Kenya retired President Daniel Toroitich Arap Moi. Upon retirement of the first Bishop, the Rt Rev. Moses Masaba Nthuka became the 2nd Bishop in 12th October 2008. It has been 9 years since he became the 2nd Bishop.

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