Woman's Guild

2019/2020 OFFICIALS:

Patron - Eld Nancy Kariuki

Chairlady - Filomena Nyawira Mithamo

Vice - Nancy Njenga

Treasurer - Mary Muchemi

Secretary - Purity Gikama

Ass. Secretary - Zipporah Wahome

 

GATEWAY WOMANS GUILD HOSTED PCEA WEMA PARISH (NAKURU) WOMAN'S GUILD ON 16.02.2020 AND LATER IN THE AFTERNOON HELD  A FELLOWSHIP WITH THE LADIES FROM WEMA TOGETHER WITH OUR MINISTERS:

REV. JOSEPHINE MUTUOTA AND REV. PAULINE KANUTHU

 

 (PCEA WEMA PARISH LADIES ARE IN WHITE TOPS) (PCEA GATEWAY LADIES IN BLUE TOPS)

BOTH PARISHES TOGETHER

REV. JOSEPHINE  REV. PAULINE

16.02.2020 PIC 4

16.02.2020 PIC 3

 16.02.2020 PIC 1

16.02.2020 PIC 2

 

WOMANS GUILD LEADERS HELD  A RETREAT AT MILELE HOTEL NAIROBI ON 31.01.2020 TO 01.02.2020 TOGETHER WITH REV. JOSEPHINE AND ELDER J. GICHANE.

 

REV  ZONE A LEADERS

REV  ZONE B LEADERS

 

REV  ZONE C LEADERS

 GUILD LEADERS RETREAT 2

ALL GUILD LEADERS

 

 

Mombasa Retreat August 2019: 66 members attended together with Rev Josephine. 

WG RETREAT 2019


 

Leaders' Seminar in Naivasha on 9th & 10th March 2019. 13 members of the Parish Commitee attended together with the Reverend Josephine( photos attached).

Guild Leaders Retreat 1

Guild Leaders Retreat 2

 

The first Woman's Guild group was started in 1922 at Kikuyu and the go ahead to observe the Guild week was given in 1962 and since that time Guild week is observed every year in June.

The main aim/objective of the fellowship is to bring together all ladies (girls and women) of PCEA in giving of themselves, their time and resources in the service of our Lord Jesus Christ. Our 2017/2018 parish officials are as follows:

 

PCEA Gateway Womans Guild numbers as at September 2019 stands at 209 full members plus those waiting to receive badge, and 35 followers.

In 2018 we held a commissioning in which 24 members received headscarves and 27 commissioned.

 JUNE 2016 COMMISSIONING

Guild Ladies

 

In this regard, Woman's Guild members work hand in hand with other church groups. Their work mainly is:

  • Preaching the Good News of Jesus Christ and winning souls for Christ.
  • Visit the sick, the orphans and the elderly in the homes for the aged.
  • Giving food and clothing to street children.
  • Contributing to the needs of the poor around them.
  • Prayer and fellowship meetings amongst themselves where they educate one another and contribute to spiritual growth of the women.
  • Working together with other church groups for church growth.
  • Organizing courses for women, youth and other groups.

Gateway Woman's Guild was inaugurated on 5/12/2004. Our initial membership stood at 14; now in 2016 we have 119 full members, 32 members without badges, two of whom are girls and 40 followers and two (2) very loyal friends. We have 3 Zones in our group with 5 leaders in each.

We meet every Tuesday for Zonal Fellowships in homes but every last Tuesday of the month we meet in the church. We also hold Parish Fellowship every 3rd Sunday of the month after services.

Our projects include equipping the kitchen which has been done very well. We have continued maintaining the beauty of the church by putting flowers every week. Our other project was of buying tents and chairs. Tents were purchased a while back in 2004 and have continued to be rented at a fee. They also bought plastic chairs to rent out at a fee.

We also liase with the PCMF in conducting Rites of Passage Experiences for our Std. 8 leavers.

Order Of Services

Youth Service:  10.00am - 12.00pm 

English Service:  08.30am - 10.00am

Kiswahili/Kikuyu Service:  10.30am - 12.30pm

Church School 1st Service:  09.30 am- 10.55am

Church School 2nd Service:  11.00am - 12.30pm

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