This past weekend 02/03/2014 marked a historic moment for the Mavuno family and to the Hill City area as it marked the first Sunday service in our new Hill City Campus. Thousands of Mavunites thronged into the facility for both the 9:00 am and 12:00 pm services.
It was a time of song and dance, joy and celebration as many thanked God for this new face of the journey for Mavuno Church. “We are finally home”, was the overall Continue reading →
This morning the tents that was the Main Dome at the Belle Vue grounds and the overflow tent have been brought down. The workers at the facility brought down the tent amidst the windy conditions and scorching heat. This was the last major step in our winding down the use of the Belle Vue site for church services on Sundays.
This Main Dome will be used as the main church for the Teenz Konnect- our youth church while the overflow tent will be the main dome area for the Greenhouse-our children ministry. The main church will be housed at the new mega dome brought in and established at Hill City.
From the makers of Happily Ever After, Woman Worth Fighting For and Finders Keepers I, a new exciting, insightful and inspiring Finders Keepers II this March 2014: How to find and keep the one.
In a six part series we get to explore the joys, hurts, challenges, defining moments and stages of relationships the dream stages with its excitement and bliss, the drama stage with its Continue reading →
My name is Priscilla Muhiu and I am a Mavunite. I grew up in a christian family so going to church was mandatory. A few years ago a friend of mine introduced me to Mavuno Church. I was attracted by the energy and relevance of the message in the church.
During the November Question and Answer session. One of the critical issues raised was transportation to the Hill City Campus. Mavuno church leadership has been in negotiations with transport firms. Our field reporters Mavuno Downtowns Qui Wanjohi has a brief on what the developments have resulted in.
Point to note is that these options are available starting March 2nd 2014 and every Sunday.
The famous 4th Infantry Division (United States) is world renowned for its advance tactical units. It is the squad that consolidates the armies position by entrenching, constructing fortifications, creating passageways between structures and forward reconnaissance of surrounding areas.
They carry out minor decontamination as seals, respirators and masks are checked for damage.They check the body armor to replace damaged ceramic plates. They treat casualties evacuate and/or replace them. This squad uses this period to familiarize itself with its surroundings, dig in to defensible positions, recharge, repair any damage, anticipate next move and prepare either for the next offensive movement, or go on the defensive against a counter attack.
And so in April 2013 the Army of Fearless Influencers from Mavuno Church sent out a forward team to scout the land, engage the community around the Hill City area and start Marathon classes.
She returned home in 2008 after studying in the United States where she had a memorable church experience that deeply impacted her spiritual growth. On her return to Nairobi, Kenya, Wangui Kagiri, a.k.a Kagz, began hunting for a similar church that would inspire and invoke faith. Several of her friends told her about Mavuno but all she heard from them was ‘hype and more hype’ and therefore did not bother to attend.
One evening, an old friend visited her at home and shared Mavuno’s mission – turning ordinary people into fearless Influencers of society– and that the target was to reach the un-churched ordinary folk who did not find church relevant to their lives. She was quite Continue reading →