Bishop Kabora honored for his service as Bishop of Nyahururu, to retire at the End of the Year

The outgoing Bishop of the ACK Diocese of Nyahururu, Rt. Rev. Stephen Mwaura Kabora has been celebrated for his dedicated service to the Diocese in his ministry as Bishop. A service of thanksgiving and retirement was held in his honor in Nyahururu, Laikipia County on the 18th December 2023, presided over by the Archbishop of the Anglican Church of Kenya, Dr. Jackson Ole Sapit- and attended by Bishops and clergy from various Dioceses across the country and hundreds of Christians.

In his sermon, the Archbishop emphasized the value of Christian ministry as an eternal endeavor.

“The ultimate goal of Christian ministry is not the end of the tenure, but eternal life.” With the process of succession underway, the Archbishop urged the Clergy and Christians to allow God to guide the process.

“We should strive to safeguard this ministry and invite the spirit of God to choose the next Bishop. Despite the outcome of the process, you should all work together.

Governors of Moses Ndirangu (Nyandarua) and Joshua Irungu (Laikipia) Counties were among the elected leaders who attended the service. They commended the outgoing Bishop for his selfless service in supporting the spiritual wellbeing of Residents in the Counties.

“God’s love and favor has carried us in our ministry, Glory be to his name,” Bishop Kabora shared, as he thanked Christians in the Diocese for supporting him during his tenure as Bishop.

Bishop Kabora has served the Church for 40 years, with 10 of the years as Bishop. He serves as the Chair of the Mother’s Union departments in the Regional Anglican Block, Rift Valley Anglican Dioceses RiVAD. To mark his Retirement, the Diocesan Green Anglicans Movement Champions established a Bishop’s Fruit Garden at the Christ the King Pro-Cathedral, Nyahururu