ACK Guest house Nairobi

The Anglican Church of Kenya Guest House formerly CMS Guest House was used for provision of accommodation to missionaries from up country stations. Wilbughby Carey’s house stood at the present site of the Guest House and his old ‘mabati’ had to be demolished for the present house to be built. After the inauguration of the Province in 1970, the house took on the name C.P.K. instead of C.M.S. and in February 1998 after a vote by the Provincial

ACK Guest house Mombasa

The ACK Guest House Mombasa is a Christian center located on the south coast 400 meters from Likoni ferry along Shelly beach road. It is well situated with the cool breeze from the Indian ocean and in a quiet Christian aromatic atmosphere. The hotel boasts of spacious accommodation and state of the art in room amenities such as multimedia port for relaxed entertainment via the flat screen television. It is committed to providing guests with outstanding service

ACK St. Julian’s centre, Limuru

ACK St. Julian’s Centre is a Christian institution offering a quiet, peaceful and serene atmosphere, located in the cool green highlands away from the hustle of the city. Our story dates back to 1951 when St. Julian’s centre was established as a dairy farm built by Sir Michael and Lady Susan Wood-the founder of the Flying Doctor Service. It was later taken by a group of Anglican sisters (The community of sisters of St. Julian’s of England).