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Apostolate Committee of Holy trinity Kileleshwa

What is Apostolate?

  A group of people that exists for the spreading of religious doctrine) 1 Corinthians 15:9-10

For I am the least of the apostles and do not even deserve to be called an apostle,
because I persecuted the church of God. 10 But by the grace of God I am what I am,
and his grace to me was not without effect. No, I worked harder than all of them

—yet not I, but the grace of God that was with me.



The Apostolate Committee is open to married couples, widows/widowers, singles, young adults, youths, single parents, separated parents as well as sisters and brothers; all of whom will represent the various sections and interest groups of the Parish. The Chairperson, Vice Chairperson, Secretary and Vice Secretary, who hold office for not more than two consecutive terms of three years each, are elected from the members at the Apostolate Committee. The Apostolate Committee is an umbrella for all apostolic groups such as Christian education, Youth groups, Alter servers, Small Christian Communities (SCCs), CMA, CWA, PMC, Sunday school, family life, PPI and Catechisis. However, these groups carry out their activities independently. The committee is mainly consultative with occasional joint activities.


Below are current members;-

1. Peter Agwaro (Convener)

10.Bradley Kisia (youth patron)

2. Joseph Mbithi (junior youth elder)

11.Alice Muchiri (family life)

3. Sr. Beatrice Ndolia (family life)

12.Godfrey Omondi (Snr. Youth member)

4. Sarah Krystine (tr. Sunday school)

13.Charles Mwangi (Catechist)

5. Esther Kinyenje (tr.Sunday school)

14.Winnie Kiogora (Secretary)

6. Paul john Ochieng` (Junior youth elder)

15.Christine Mbetsa (Tr.Sunday school)

7. Donna Kusemererwa (junior youth elder)

16.Jacktone Wataka (Snr Youth chairman)

8. Laura Okal (family life)

17.Sr.Lu Thi Nhung (Jnr youth elder)

9. Fr. Canzian (parish priest)

18.Br.Charles Kizza (Jnr youth elder)

19. Ruth Ochieng’ (children’s club)

20.Kelvin Mutemi (Jnr youth elder)

21. Charles Njagi (Tr.Sunday School)

22.Betty Kariuki (Tr.Sunday school)

23. Jennifer Muhoro (Pontifical missionary child)

24.Sr.Benedette Idey (Pontifical Missionary Child)

25. Nina Njeru (Tr.Sunday school)

26.John Muthui (jnr youth elder)



Each member should demonstrate qualities of honesty, integrity, dedication to duty and co-operation. They should be ready to humbly serve at the various functions that are a responsibility of the Apostolate Committee.



The objectives of the Apostolate Committee are to:

  • Bring families together in the Holy Family of Love
  • Improve communication within the families of the Parish
  • Encourage Christian Family Living
  • Promote responsible parenthood
  • Prepare couples for the Sacrament of Matrimony
  • Conduct PPI programmes to schools
  • Sunday school and children ‘s club/PMC
  • Senior youth and Junior youth programmes
  • Catechesis of small Christian communities
  • Look into ways of improving family life by dealing with matters that affect it, through seminars and workshops


Look into ways of helping the following Family Groups:

Widows/widowers, The Separated, Single Parents, Young Adults, Single men and women, Youths, Lay and Religious

The committee spearheads the establishment and formation of SCCs. Once the communities are established, the committee ensures that formation of members is done through professional seminars for capacity building in their activities and in understanding the role of SCCs in the community and in the parish.



  • The Apostolate Committee's main responsibilities include:
  • Inform/communicate, by preparing a comprehensive Parish Calendar
  • The celebration of all the major religious events as defined/guided by the Catholic
  • Liturgical Guide e.g. Sunday prayer for peace, Sunday prayer for the sick
  • Sunday prayer for vocations, Bible Sunday, Thanks Giving Sunday, Mission
  • Sunday, Feast of Christ the King, Immaculate Conception, etc.
  • Take a leading role in organizing Special Family Celebrations that help to make each member of the Parish Family feel special and loved, e.g. On June 2012 we organized a seminar titled SPIRITUALITY IN A FAMILY facilitated by couples for Christ
  • Round Wedding Anniversaries
  • Mothers' Day
  • Fathers' Day
  • Children's Day
  • Youths' Day
  • Hold Committee Meetings every other month to plan (with reference to the comprehensive Parish Calendar) and review progress. Ensure the Agenda for the meetings is circulated at least a week before the meeting and the minutes are prepared and circulated on time.
  • Communicate all future Special Family Celebrations to parishioners by way of notices in the Sunday bulletin.
  • Instill a sense of belonging and oneness into all Parish Family members by radiating Love and Affection in all the Special Family Celebrations.
  • Ensure Christian values are enshrined in all the Special Family Activities held by the Apostolate Committee.



The Chairperson, who is a member of the Parish Council, shall:

  • Regularly report to the Parish Council on the specific responsibilities of the Apostolate Committee.
  • Cause detailed reports of the year’s Apostolate Activities to be prepared at year- end for the A.G.M.s of both the Apostolate Committee and the Parish Council.
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