Fourth Month At Hill City

This past weekend we marked the 21st Sunday for the Mavuno family at Hill City.


In March at Hill City we had an amazing first service here we also held our Launch service at Hill City on the 29th of March, to celebrate our settling into our new home here, we also had an incredible Count Me In updates.

In April we hosted our Family Fun Day, constructed the utilities needed at the facility, which included the lower parking lot, footpaths, the children classes, drainage and the preteens dome.

In May the developments involved a pilot project for landscaping beginning with the land next to the lower parking lot.. There was also construction of the water tanks, laying carbro on the marathon classes area, the leveling of the remaining mounds in the compound and the construction of the baby central area.,

In June we moved offices from Belle Vue- Drive In, reconfigured the Main Dome sound, lighting and screen displays, launched the Fearless Acres initiative, we had the amazing series WINNING: Don’t let life stop you by our senior Pst. Muriithi Wanjau.

In July, We have had an array of speakers taking us through the series #Bold: Living daring, purposeful lives. It is surprising how time flies, this marked the end of the fourth month at the Hill City campus. We also relaunched the Fearless Acres initiative in the other 2 Nairobi Mavuno church campuses, held the Healing and Worship Weekend and seminar and service and hosted the High-school student rally by our teens church.

In August we have Pst. Oscar Muriu taking us through the sermon series, The Four Horsemen Of Financial Ruin. Mavuno 58 at Buruburu is about to relaunch and start  a Sunday service from the Saturday 4-6 pm service.

It is amazing what the Lord has done in our midst in the last four months, since we moved to our own home-Hill City. We thank all of you for being fearless and being apart of the Mavuno Family.


Fearless Acres

Last year, in the process of moving to our Hill City campus, we identified a group of investors* who were willing to invest in our dream to create an investment project that would benefit all Mavunites but also raise funds for our capital campaign. They undertook to pay the full cost for purchase of a well situated 40 acre property and to further add value to it including fencing, borehole, road grading and utilities. The land borders the Great South Eastern bypass linking Nairobi to Kangundo at the Joska area.


The 30 acre property has a perimeter fence, club house, good access roads, water and electricity, and a controlled development Continue reading

Happy Fathers Day

For your support, encouragement and believing in us- we are grateful. For striving to balance the demands of work, marriage, and children-we salute you. To those who have worked to become good fathers, even without the benefit of hindsight and example-may God enrich you with wisdom, love and insight.Fathe

To those who were not always there for their children, but who now offer their love and support-may God help you redeem the lost years. To those wounded by the neglect, distance and hostility of their children- may God grant you grace and healing.

To those who, despite divorce, have remained in their children’s lives- may you reap a reward for your diligence, strength and sacrifice. To those whose children are adopted, and whose love and support has offered healing and refuge- we cannot thank you enough.

Stepfathers, who freely choose the obligation of fatherhood and earned their step-children’s love and respect-we value your commitment. Those fathers who have lost a child to death-may God comfort you.

To those who are single and hope to raise a family- may you know God is with you as you prepare for the journey of fatherhood. black-father-son-grandfatherFor those anticipating grandchildren- may God give you patience and grace. To the overwhelmed, exhausted, and in need of replenishment- May you receive Gods refreshment in this season-you are appreciated.  For mentor dads, foster fathers, grandfathers and spiritual fathers-we celebrate you. To all who have warm and close relationship with your children-we celebrate with you.

To those men who are about to become first time fathers this year-may they openly delight in you. To those who lost their dads-we grieve with you.To men who have no children, but cherish the next generation as if they were their own-we appreciate you. This Fathers Day we celebrate all the men in our midst – we cannot celebrate you enough, so to all fathers, all our men.  WE SAY THANK YOU.

On a lighter note.

4 years: My Daddy can do anything!
7 years: My Dad knows a lot…a whole lot.
8 years: My father does not know quite everything.
12 years: Oh well, naturally Father does not know that either.
14 years: Oh, Father? He is hopelessly old-fashioned.
21 years: Oh, that man-he is out of date!
25 years: He knows a little bit about it, but not much.
30 years: I must find out what Dad thinks about it.
35 years: Before we decide, we will get Dad’s idea first.
50 years: What would Dad have thought about that?
60 years: My Dad knew literally everything!
65 years: I wish I could talk it over with Dad once more.  Adapted from

Happy Fathers day…


Count Me In

It has been 2 and a half years since the Lord called us as a community to Mavuno 3.0, investing in a home at Hill City on Mombasa Road. During this time, we have experienced Gods favor in amazing ways. Twelve weeks now since we moved to Hill City.


Ladies and Gentlemen, through our Count Me In campaign we have been able to raise just shy of 200M for our relocation titled MAVUNO 3.0.These past two Sundays we have been Continue reading

200 Million…

Now into our twelfth week at Hill City the work to beautify and complete our Hill City home continues apace.This past weekend our giving was Ksh 1.9 million which puts the  total Count Me In contributions to date to just 357,000 shillings shy of Ksh 200,000,000.


This is the testimony of your prayers, pledges and contribution to the count men in capital campaign. We encourage you to continue to pray, pledge and give towards the life change, that we as the Mavuno family are all about. Remember we are investing in life change we are investing in a home and we are investing in the nations. Kudos.

Happy Mothers Day

For the late and sleepless nights- we thank you for your patience. For helping us through homework, fevers and chicken pox- we thank you for your care. For your support, encouragement and believing in us- we are grateful, we cannot thank you enough.


To those who brought their first child into the world this year- we celebrate with you. To those who have lost a child we mourn with you- may God give you peace. To all who are in the trenches with little ones every day and wear badges of food stains- Continue reading

Family Fun Day

When was the last time you participated in Amazing Race church edition? What about Crazy Olympics and horse rides? What of the children enjoying bouncing castles, face painting, craft stalls and play stations?


Its been almost three years since we last hosted the Family Funday which was at Belle Vue.And now Mavuno church Hill City invites you to the first ever Continue reading

9 years of Lifechange

The launch of Mavuno Hill City this past Sunday March 30th 2014 was the culmination of 9 Afteryears of transformative experience for thousands of lives.

This launch marked a twofold moment, it was a time to pause and reflect on the goodness of God and how his work on the cross has impacted lives at Mavuno church but also a time to chat the future course for more transformation.

The experience for individuals through the Mizizi experience, life change in marriages and families through the Ndoa and Lea experiences, positive change in workplaces because of the Ombi experience and societal transformation through the Hatua experience.Afters

It was a time when many boldly stepped up to declare their freedom in Christ from various dysfunctions that have held them back from living for God in their personal  lives, work spaces and the society. It marked by prayer and thanksgiving for what God has done in our lives. Nine years of thousands of ‘befores’ and  ‘afters’