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Kenya Anglican Men Association (K.A.M.A) PDF Print E-mail

Kenya Anglican Men Association (KAMA) is an association for men in the Anglican Church of Kenya that was formed with a view of bringing all Anglican men together into a living personal relationship with God through Jesus Christ in a manner that would enable grow and live in totality.

Our Vision

Our vision at the Mombasa Memorial Cathedral is to bring all men in Cathedral fraternity into a living relationship with God through Jesus Christ through service, praising, worshipping and exalting God for making us what we are today.

Our Mission

Our mission is to reach out to and embrace one another in Christian fellowship and offer selfless service to mankind for God’s name to be glorified.

Our Aims & Objectives

There are 10 aims and objectives of KAMA as follows:-

  • To promote God’s kingdom and to set forth His glory
  • To help its members to grow in spirit, mind and body, and be nature in faith for every good work
  • To encourage members to play an active role in the mission of the Church
  • To encourage Christian principals in national, civic and community life
  • To encourage members to undertake acts of Christian service for the distressed, disadvantaged and the disabled
  • To encourage members to use the gifts God has given them as a steward of God’s varied place
  • To encourage members to use their resources in supporting the work of the church at all levels
  • To encourage Anglican lay men and women to play positive roles in political, social and economic life of the nation
  • To honour the institution of marriage as ordained by God and to promote Christian family values
  • To promote Christian fellowship, love and unity in the church and society and promote spiritual enthusiasm among members



  • Anglican male clergy
  • Men who are full communicant members of the Cathedral Parish
  • Not younger than 25 years of age
  • Married men who are less than 25 years of age are eligible only if they are married in church
  • Men who accept the times and objectives of the Association
  • Men who are willing to regularly support the activities of the Association
  • Men who are willing to be publicly enrolled as members
  • Men who are acceptable to the local church committee and KAMA

The Diocesan Bishop reserves the right to decline enrolling any person who he is convinced should not be a member

The membership of the Mombasa Memorial Cathedral currently stands at over 100 registered members, though degrees of participation vary.

One becomes a member upon payment of a registration fee of Kshs.200.00 and willingly subscribe to a monthly payment of not less than Kshs.100.00 to support the association’s activities which include: organizing spiritual enrichment seminars and workshops, prayer breakfast meetings and weekly fellowship, service to the community through visits to the needy, sick, distressed disabled.