Mombasa was a predominantly Muslim town long before the arrival of Vasco-da-Gama in 1498.
During the next two hundred or so years that the Portuguese Christians occupied this part of the
sea-route from Europe to India, there were churches in Mombasa and elsewhere, but none has endured.
Women have much in common and in the plan of redemption, women share equally in the benefits of Christ’s
Cross. They are joint heirs of the Gracious Gift of life. (1 Pet. 3:7)
ACK Mombasa Memorial Cathedral
P.O. Box 81962-80100