Our Church

September, 1996

Our Church was open

Karen Community Church (KCC) was started in September 1996 by a group of 18 people, commissioned by Nairobi Baptist Church to plant a new church in Karen. It started with worship and Sunday school services at the Kenya Commercial Bank Management Institute. The congregation has since grown to over 300 people, including children, Youth, and Adults. The worship services for these three groups are commonly called Children’s Tabernacle, Youth service and Adults Service. We follow a congregation-led church model where the members constitute the top governing body. They do so through the various member’s Day such as the Annual General Meeting or through their elected representatives, the Elder’s court.

Our Motto:


Missions, Evangelism, Discipleship and Fellowship have remained the core engines of the church, and are indeed what makes KCC unique. the sense of community is embodied in the church motto ‘A Place to Belong…A Place to Become’, and has leveraged members to activate participation in the life of the church.


Believers who know, love, and present Christ as Lord.


To grow a community of believers who impact the world through the Word, Prayer, Care, Mission and Lifestyle.

Key Verse

"They devoted themselves to the Apostles' teaching and to fellowship, to the breaking of the bread and to prayer."Acts 2:42

Karen Community Church

A place to belong… A place to become

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