The Mission Team held a series of Evangelistic mission and crusades in Ilali, Harambee, Kamakuya and Shiakhula during August 2019.
The church in Shiakhula upgraded its building from a semi-permanent to a permanent structure.
The leadership are praying for funds to complete before the planned opening. Windows and doors are yet to be installed to secure the building.
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Ushindi Narok- A church on the move
Western Cause supports the construction of churches. That doesn’t involve doing for others what they can do for themselves; rather, it is intentionally coming alongside and supporting congregations who are often already giving sacrificially. By leveraging resources we can expand a congregation’s base for ministry and outreach. This year, Western Cause hope to support the planting of some 4 new churches.
Typically church plants start in homes or rented storefront buildings. As the congregation grows, the land is purchased or rented and a temporary structure is s. This is usually of wooden poles and corrugated metal sheets.
A permanent structure is usually of mud bricks with wooden trusses and a corrugated metal roof is usually constructed. The building is secured when metal frame windows and metal doors are installed. Building in stages is the way Kenyan usually build.
So far this year 2019, two new churches have been planted: in Malo in the rift valley and Morijo in the South Rift.
Can you help to complete this building?
This newly planted church is struggling to complete its building. With your donation, this can be done before the rainy season arrives. It will take approximately another 90 iron sheet (zinc sheets) to complete at a cost of £8.00 per sheet.
Ushindi Baptist Church Nanderema.
With much prayers and labour, the church is well on its way to completing its permanent building.
Your generous donations through Western Cause has enabled them to finally complete the levelling of the floor with concrete.
The Pastor and members have expressed their sincere thanks to all who have contributed to the work of Western Cause.