Parish Groups

"For even the Son of Man came not to be served but to serve, and to give his life as a ransom for many."
Mark 10:45


The Catholic Men Association (CMA) is a Church group for lay baptized and devout male members of the Roman Catholic Church. The group offers a great opportunity to Catholic men to live worthily their Christian vocation as well as undertake their family duties with great love, understanding and sacrifice.

The group is under the patronage of St. Joseph.

VISION:To enrich the society via living Gospel values in the family, church and community.

MISSION:To promote the family institution through companionship (spouse), fatherhood (children), and active participation in Church for the evangelization and sanctification of humanity.

Every adult male who is a practising Catholic can express the intention to join CMA after which he will be taken through the recruitment process that culminates in being commissioned.

The group meets on quarterly basis but there is daily Spiritual and social activities that takes place through the group’s digital social platforms.

CMA current Chaplain: Fr. George Mungai


Catholic Women Association (CWA) is a Catholic lay movement whose main goal is to enhance the spiritual growth of Catholic women and enable them participate more effectively in the evangelization and sanctification of humanity.

Patron is St. Monica who is a model wife, mother and Saint.

Goal is to strengthen Faith in all the members.

Motto is "Strong in Faith".

Steps in becoming a full CWA member:

  1. Be a baptized Catholic woman and have attained age of 18 years.

  2. Be in probation period of six months as one is undergoing formation one classes.

  3. Take promises, receive an archdiocese badge and where applicable parish uniform and sign a commitment form during commissioning ceremony in the parish conducted by a Priest (Chaplain).

  4. Formation two classes continue for six months after which there is reception ceremony in the archdiocese level during the archdiocese feasts.

Their meeting is at 8:30AM on every third Sunday of the month at Father Kianduma in the Parish.

"Saint Monica model of patience, prayer and perseverance, intercede for us, that we too, may be awakened to the sacred, and trust in God's perfect timing. Amen."

CWA current Chaplain: Fr. Mokoya

Charismatic Renewal Group

The Charismatic Group is open to all parishioners with an emphasis on expressing the Gifts of the Holy Spirit believing that the Spirit brings about renewal through the Grace of God.

Members usually hold prayer meetings within the church outside Mass that feature Scripture reading and praise songs and intercessory prayers in line with the teachings of the Catholic Church. A central concept of the charismatic renewal group is the experience of the baptism in the Holy Spirit as it happened to the apostles during Pentecost.

Charismatic Renewal current Chaplain: Fr. Mokoya

The Young Catholic Adults (YCA)

It is a Catholic youth group for baptized young people aged between 27-35 years of age with the purpose of assisting its members in their spiritual, social and personal lives amidst their daily life activities since most of them are working and starting to settle down in marriage life.

VISION:To promote a sense of Christian identity and witnessing in a busy fast paced society in accordance to the teachings of the church and the Bible.

MISSION:To act as a link between the members and the Church whereby they can offer their skills to the Parish, and empower each other with spiritual, economic, physical and social information and formation in a friendly environment.

The group also develops leadership qualities among its members in order to coordinate and utilize the abilities of the members as future church leaders and in the society in general.

The group engages in choir, Bible study, recollections, charity works, mentorship for the YSC, and morally uplifting leisure activities.

To join the group, contact the Parish office.

The Patron Saint is ......

YCA current Chaplain: Fr. Anastazio Sitollo

Youth Serving Christ (YSC)

The Youth Serving Christ is a Catholic Church Youth group for baptized young people aged between 18-26 years with the aim of creating an atmosphere for its members to grow spiritually, morally and in all other relevant aspects of life in a holistic way in tune with the Biblical teachings as well as in tune with the Roman Catholic Church teachings.

VISION: Guided by the above teachings, the group seeks to live the mandate of Jesus Christ.

MISSION:To help young people understand and live their faith courageously and use their God given talents to help in evangelizing their fellow youth.

The youth group meets every Sunday after the 8:30 AM Mass. The registration for new members is normally done at the tent outside the church every Sunday. Under the youth group we also have a choir that sings in the Sunday 8:30 AM Mass.They also have choir practice every Sunday at after the 8:30AM Mass and on Tuesday and Wednesday at 7:00 PM.

In order to keep the group vibrant, members engage in spiritual activities like bible study and trivia, recollections, charity work, sports and meetings and talks both physically and online.

Youth Serving Christ current Chaplain: Fr. Dominic Muturi.

The Missionary Youth Movement (MYM)

According to the Archdiocese of Nairobi youth department definition, the MYM members are referred to as identity seekers due to the fact that they cannot fit in the PMC or in the senior youth group.

Its members are aged between 12-18 years and they are mostly in school, their activities usually take place during the school holidays.

VISION:To take their roles from the examples of our Lord Jesus Christ who has called them and initiated them into the Missionary Youth Movement.

MISSION:To employ more viable approaches to ministering the youth in their historical concrete existence as identity seekers by identifying more appropriate church models that incorporate this dynamic youth group.

MOTTO:Baptised and sent to care for others.

Some of the activities that the MYM have during the holidays include:

  1. Eucharistic celebration.

  2. Recollections.

  3. Charity work.

  4. Motivational talks.

  5. Self-awareness.

  6. Responsible behaviours.

  7. Sports.

  8. Mentorship programme.

Membership is open to baptized youth between the age of 12-18 years. Those not baptised can also join the group whereby they will be encouraged to join catechism classes. MYM members graduate to the Youth Serving Christ (YSC) once they finish high school.

Patron: St. .......

MYM current Chaplain: Fr. Dominic Muturi.

Pontifical Missionary Children

Pontifical Missionary Children is a Church group which animates and forms children (up to 14 years of age) in the Catholic faith from the missionary viewpoint. The boys and girls belonging to Missionary Childhood, accompanied by the board members their animators, propose to be missionaries and helpers of other children, within the Parish community and beyond.

The Motto of PMC is “CHILDREN HELPING CHILDREN”. Children are animated to proclaim and share the joy of the Word of God with other children through their prayers, works of charity, inviting others to join them and providing material help to those most needy.

The board members and animators help and guide the children while letting them take on their own responsibilities and accompanying them in carrying out everything that they themselves must do.

PMC activities include:

  1. PMC prayers and other activities every Saturday at 2:00 PM.

  2. PMC Mass is every Sunday at 8:30 AM.

Annual Parish, Deanery and Diocesan activities such as sports, drama festivals and PMC Rosary Pilgrimage.

PMC current Chaplain: Fr. Dominic Muturi.

Parish Choirs

The Parish has three organized choir groups that sing in different masses.
A choir is a vital group in every Liturgical celebrations. They sing beautiful music to praise God and edify the congregation in every worship. St. Augustine says "to sing is to pray twice".

We have:

  1. PMC Choir for the 8:30 AM Mass.

  2. Youth Choir for the 8:30 AM Mass.

  3. English Choir for the 10:15 AM Mass.

  4. Swahili Choir for the 12:00 PM Mass.

The PMC and the Youth take turns in singing during Mass.

Patron Saint: St. Cecilia.

Dear St. Cecilia, may you inspire musicians to gladden the hearts of people by filling the air with God's gift of music and reminding them of the divine musician who created all beauty. Amen.

Parish Choirs' current Chaplain: Fr. Dominic Muturi.

Altar Servers

It is a great privilege to serve at the altar.

The altar server, as well as praising and thanking God for all that God has done for us, assists the Priest in the Liturgical activities, of which the most important is the Mass. The server learns the structure of the Mass and how to assist the priest, for example, in the presentation of the wine and water at the Preparation of the Gifts.

Other liturgical activities in which they can serve are Baptisms, Benediction, Funerals and Weddings.

To be an altar server, you must be between 10-14 years of age, have received your First Holy Communion, know how to genuflect properly and how to make the sign of the cross. You must attend mass regularly, be a member of PMC, and have a strong desire to serve at the Altar of Our Lord and Saviour, Jesus Christ.

Motto: Let us Serve the Lord with Joy.

They meet every Saturday at 2.00PM.

Altar Servers current Chaplain: Fr. Dominic Muturi.

Liturgical Committee

The Liturgical Committee is the umbrella body of the Parish that coordinates the various liturgical ministries (Ushers, Lectors, Sacristans) and aims to ensure that liturgy is meaningful to every parishioner while staying faithful to the teachings of the church and its apostolic traditions as handed down by Christ.

It strives to ensure the faithful follow the liturgical and sacramental life of the church, and to experience it richly, powerfully and personally.

Its membership consists of the Priests serving in the Parish, the catechists and all the Liturgical coordinators of all SCCs and Church groups.
The Committee meets once in a month.