A strong Pentecostal Church meeting the needs of the society holistically based on Christian values
To preach the word of God to all Nations in preparation for the second coming of the Lord Jesus Christ by reaching out and establishing churches which can meet the spiritual economic and social needs of the people through evangelism, education, training, and socio economic activities based on Christian values
Love, Integrity, Obedience, Unity, Humility, Stewardship, Service
WELCOME TO FPFK
The Free Pentecostal Fellowship in Kenya (FPFK) is an evangelical church registered in Kenya. It operates in 31 regions in Kenya and has 258 local churches and over 1,200 branches, with a combined membership of over 250,000. FPFK was established independently by the Norwegian and Swedish missionaries in the 1950s and 1960s respectively. The missionaries from the two Scandinavian countries operated independent of each other until 1997 when their operations were merged and FPFK as a Kenyan national church came into being.
Serving people with holistic development
FPFK Church is to strengthen evangelism and spiritual growth in gospel proclamation of our Lord Jesus Christ. The church leaders facilitate worship and sacramental life for the believers for lasting impact.
The overall goal of FPFK evangelism and spiritual growth is to increase its membership from the current number. To realize this goal, FPFK undertake education and capacity enhancement.
Strengthened business model to support FPFK operations
The overall goal is to see improved performance in FPFK existing businesses ventures and in the new businesses developed. Specifically, the following are the outcomes in each of these national assets and institution
Inuka Kanisa - Constitution unvelling
- FPFK constitution reviewed and identity clarified
- Enhanced capacity of FPFK personnel, missionaries and pastors to deliver quality service.
- Improved sustainable resource mobilization strategies
- Increased and deepened partnerships and networks (EAK, NCCK, ACTALL)
- Ensuring new Policies are formulated and old policies are updated
SUPPORT FPFK PROJECTS TO ALLEVIATE POVERTY AND ALL OTHER FORMS OF HUMAN SUFFERING
Even youths grow tired and weary, and young men stumble and fall; 31 but those who hope in the Lord will renew their strength. They will soar on wings like eagles; they will run and not grow weary, they will walk and not be faint (Isaiah 40: 30-31 NIV).
Bishop Walter O. Andhoga
FPFK General Secretary
The Free Pentecostal Fellowship in Kenya (FPFK) has registered substantial growth since its establishment in the 1950s and 60s in terms of systems development and membership growth.