Our church weighed the options of resuming physical worship in compliance with the prescribed guidelines, and noted it is not viable to do the same for the time being, and has advised members to continue attending the virtual programs, until further notice.

The NCSDAC is prepared to follow the Government guidelines, however, will not open for physical worship as yet.

Yes! All visitors are welcome to join us in the virtual worship programs which we conduct every Sabbath, plus any other times as will be announced when we have weeklong programs.

NCSDAC has packed convenient, individual communion packets (contains bread and fruit of the vine) which will allow us to continue our celebration of the Lord’s Supper on a Quarterly basis. Baptisms will continue to take place as the Lord Jesus calls men and women to faith and to follow him.

NB: These two important ordinances are currently suspended due to the social distance requirement for all church members, and will resume when normalcy is restored.

Yes, the church has various digital platforms available for giving, i.e Via Mpesa, Airtel Money and through bank transfer. However, if a member feels they must give physical money, the treasury services are available during weekdays to serve you. More details for giving are available on the website tab – Giving.

The baby dedication exercise requires the physical carrying of the baby by the pastorate or elders, as they are dedicated and prayed for, due to public health requirements, this will remain suspended until normalcy returns.

The Church will carry out these functions for church members in compliance with the prescribed Government guidelines.