Neema is the Kiswahili word for ‘GRACE’, God’s unmerited favour. Neema is also a name given to one of the streets in this area, hence, Neema district. (See map to identify its location).
Neema District meets every Thursday between 7 and 8 p.m. for fellowship at any one of the member’s houses.
THEME: EPHESIANS 4:11-13
“… to equip his people for works of service, so that the body of Christ may be built up until we all reach unity in the faith and in the knowledge of the Son of God and become mature, attaining to the whole measure of the fullness of Christ”.
To help every individual member to grow in all spheres of life towards maturity in Christ Jesus becoming the person that God created us to be.
To pursue excellence of the whole person, by providing an opportunity for all to learn, grow and exercise that new knowledge by sharing their lives with one another for the mutual benefit of all so that no one is lacking in any way.
- To meet regularly for personal renewal through information, encouragement, prayer, praise and worship, reading the Word of God (Hebrews 10:24-25):
- To seek unity and support for one another through the challenges of daily living (Acts 2:41-47):
- To enjoying each other in smaller targeted groups for mutual understanding and experience in order to minister to individual’s unique needs (1 Corinthians 16:19):
- Provide avenues for individuals to discover and exercise their life’s gifts, talents, calling and empowerment and to positively influence each other (2 Timothy 1:6).
- Personal growth
- Concern for one another/others
- Service: self-giving –time and resources
- Outreach and ministry
- Catherine K. Kithinji
- Catherine W. Kuria
- Catherine W. Mundia
- Julius Kimani M.
- Lucy M. Kamau
- Martha N. Kariuki
- Mary K. Mbaya
- Mary M. Gachani-Mwangi
- Mary W. Njoroge-Muraguri
- Monica W. Kuria
- Monica W. Machiri
- Phoebe N. Ndung’u
- Sarah N. Gichanja