Kenyan Bishop ordains Rev.Agnes Kuria of St.Luke International Church,Malden Massachusetts
By Sam Mwaura/Samrack Media
Rev Agnes Kuria the PASTOR IN-CHARGE of St Luke’s International Church In Malden MA, was ORDAINED PRIEST by the Rt. Rev Julius Wanyoike Bishop of Thika Diocese which took place at St Luke’s international Church Malden,Massachusetts on Sunday November 1st 2015.
Before her ordination to priesthood Rev Agnes Kuria served as an Evangelist for about six years (2005 to 2011) with A.C.K Good Samaritan Ciiko Kasarani in Nairobi Diocese.
She was made a Deacon in August 2011 and served as an assistance pastor (curate), a Youth Pastor and an Archdeaconry Youth Organizer for two years before moving to America in 2013.
In America she served as a Deacon in All Saint Community church for Two years with the Rector and assistance Rector All Saint Community church Quincy.
August 2015 she Joined St Luke’s International Church as their Pastor, seconded by the Rt. Rev Julius Wanyoike Bishop of Thika Diocese,Canon Paul Kimani Mwaniki of St James Attleboro and the members of St Luke’s International Church Malden,Massachusetts.
Rev Agnes Kuria joined full time ministry in 2003 where she trained for ordained ministry at Kabare theological college for three years then joined St Paul’s University Limuru,Kenya for her Bachelor of Divinity.
Currently she’s pursuing a Master Degree in Theology with Gordon Conwell Theological Seminary as she serves full time with St Luke’s International Church Malden,Massachusetts as a Rector.
Rev Agnes is passionate about teaching, preaching and propagating the true message of the Kingdom of God.
She emboldens members of her Church to live a life worthy of their professing faith (without compromising or backing-up) for in doing so it pleases God and great is their reward here on Earth and much more in eternal life.
“But you are a chosen generation, a royal priesthood, a holy nation, His own special people, that you may proclaim the praises of Him who called you out of darkness into His marvelous light…” (1 Pet. 2:9). Rev. 1:5-6 says, “To Him who loved us and washed us from our sins in His own blood, and has made us kings and priests to His God and Father, to Him be glory and dominion forever and ever.” Consequently, the New Testament repeatedly teaches that all Christians are priests. When one obeys the gospel of Christ, he is added to the body of Christ and is thereby part of God’s holy priesthood. As priests, all can offer up spiritual sacrifices and draw nigh to God through the mediatorship of Jesus.
In this year 2016 as a church they launched the THEME of MATTHEW 6:33“Seek First the Kingdom of God, and his righteousness and all other things will be given to you as well”
Every Sunday they expose different sub-topics related to the THEME and Christians are edified on God’s Kingdom principles.
St Luke’s International Church invites seasoned Ministers of the world to break forth the word of God,share their experiences in their walk with God,Family and ministry experiences.Sunday worship Service times: Sunday 11Am to 1Pm at their new Address577 Salem Street Malden, MA. 02148.Pastor’s Contact information:Rev Agnes Kuria774-240-3866Facebook: Agnes Wa KuriaTwitter: @AgnesKuria6Email address:firstname.lastname@example.org
St Luke’s International Church Malden,Massachusetts welcomes allSunday worship Service times: Sunday 11Am to 1Pm at their new Address577 Salem Street Malden, MA. 02148.Pastor’s Contact information:Rev Agnes Kuria774-240-3866Facebook: Agnes Wa KuriaTwitter: @AgnesKuria6Email address:email@example.com