Community Leaders unite & show Solidarity as Kenyans in Lowell raise $27,000 in funeral expensesKenyans in Lowell, MA raise over $27,000 in funeral funds for passed on mother of two
Dear Kenyans in New England . Greetings in Jesus Name
I want to take this opportunity to thank St. Stephen church members, Kenyan community in N.England, churches, friends, pastors and other members of the Kenyan Community for their generous contribution last Sunday that enable us to raise over $27,000.00 for burial funds of the late Beatrice Muchai.
The Bible say that one can put a thousand flight but two can put ten thousand flight . what we saw last Sunday sent to us a clear message that together we can accomplish more than when we work alone.
It is time that we stop the division and strive for unity in the body of Christ. You will all agree with me that what we saw last Sunday was a gathering of strong and powerful Kenyan people ,who were simple and very ordinary who were like -minded and loved to give with all their hearts .
Once again we saw the elements that join us together of love , fellowship and unity being revived .
If we want to see the power of God manifested in our Kenyan community in N. England we must be united and in one accord based upon the unity that the spirit of God brings. Be blessed.
Ven Samuel N.Kimohu gives the closing Prayer at the Wake service Monday March 2nd at the Morse Bayliss Funeral Home, 106 Princeton Boulevard
Ven. Samuel N. Kimohu
Vicar St. Stephen Church in Lowell