The Chaplaincy department is committed to making the University a center of expression of Christian faith, piety and service. We do this by cultivating a spiritually formative environment for Kabarak University Community through Christian practices that involve us in God’s activity in the world. We uphold activities that draw people near to God such as worship, Bible study, prayer, mid-week fellowships, mission outreach and discipleship. Below is a highlight of the main programs:
At Kabarak University, we believe that communal worship is a God-given avenue of expressing our unity and appreciation of diversity as members of one family.
The chaplaincy department hosts weekly worship services for faculty, staff and students.
- Wednesdays 11.30AM – 12. 45 PM ( Main and Nakuru Campus)
- Sundays between 11.00AM – 12.30PM (University community)
Spiritual support and guidance
The chaplaincy is committed to fostering an environment of spiritual support for faculty, staff and students of Kabarak University. It is our conviction that spiritual formation best occurs in the context of deep community. The processes of spiritual support involve a relationship between those involved and the Holy Spirit. The ultimate goal of this is to grow people into a deep intimacy with God.
In both the Main and Nakuru Town Campuses, our two chaplains are available for prayer, confidential pastoral counseling, spiritual direction, exploration of scripture, and support for spiritual struggle.
Divine guidance and support is essential in the expression of faith, piety and service. The chaplaincy has put in place early morning devotional forums for university community. These are scheduled to take place at 6.00 am – 7.00 am daily. Additionally, a mid-week prayer fellowship takes place on Wednesdays between 5.00 pm to 5.45 pm.
Rev. Justus M. Mutuku
Rev. Justus Mutuku is a gifted and passionate preacher of the gospel of Jesus Christ. He is currently serving at Kabarak University as the University Chaplain. Justus is an ordained minister in the African Inland Church Kenya. Before joining Kabarak University, Rev. Mutuku served as a youth/ associate pastor at the A.I.C. Milimani-Nairobi for over 10 years. He has also taught Bible and theology-related courses as well as pastoral theology courses in Makueni Bible School and Africa International University (Formerly NEGST) in Nairobi.
Rev. Mutuku is also a member of the Africa Society of Evangelical Theology (ASET) and National Association of University and College Chaplains (NAUCC).
He holds a Master of Divinity (Theological Studies) from African International University, Kenya; Bachelor of Theology from Kenya Methodist University, Kenya; A diploma in Bible and Theology from Moffat College of the Bible, Kenya and a Certificate in Laboratory Technician – Kenya Polytechnic, Kenya.
WEEKLY MEMORY VERSES
JANUARY – APRIL 2020 SEMESTER
Week 1 Give thanks to God
Psalm 136: 1
Give thanks to the LORD, for he is good. His love endures forever.
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Reverend Shadrack Chebet Rotich
Rev. Shadrack Chebet Rotich is currently serving as the Assistant University Chaplain. Shadrack is an ordained minister with Africa Inland Church – Kenya. He has served for five years in the AIC Central Rift Area Church Council. He has also served as an associate pastor in AIC Emkwen in Kambi ya Moto from 2013 to date. Earlier on, Shadrack served as the Chaplain in AIC Ebenezer Academy (2006-2007).
Rev. Shadrack holds a Master of Business Administration- Human Resource Management Option- Kabarak University, Masters of Divinity – Religious Education Option- Africa International University, Graduate Teacher Diploma – Evangelical Training Association, Bachelor of Theology Education Option, Kabarak University, and Diploma in Bible and Theology- Moffat College of Bible.
Reverend Shadrack Chebet Rotich
Assistant University Chaplain