On October 16th 2016,
Father Silouan, Metropolitan Jonah, Andrea and a few of our local supporters conducted our first Orthodox Africa Parish Presentation at Saint John the Baptist ROCOR Cathedral in Washington DC. We are very grateful to the parishioners of Saint John’s especially their rector Father Victor for their hospitality prayers and support of the Orthodox Church in Kenya.
You can watch the presentation here
At the end of July 2016 our director, Father Silouan, had the privilege of serving with Father Agapios, a full time native missionary in Kenya who primarily serves destitute orphans from the Kibera Slums outside of Nairobi.
During his visit, we joyfully enlisted many new Christian warriors into the Orthodox Church through the sacraments of Holy Baptism and Chrismation.
At the same time, we formally and prayerfully dedicated Saint Tabitha House to the mission of assisting as many orphans as possible escape from the destitution of life in the slums.
While the actual services took well over five hours, one of our volunteers has created this beautiful ten-minute summary video so that all of our faithful supporters can enjoy a small taste of this great joy.
We want to thank the Cathedral of Saint John the Baptist (ROCOR) for hosting us on October 16, 2016 for a presentation on Orthodox Africa.
The presentation was recorded for those unable to attend.