The General Conference of Akurinu Churches Assembly (The General Conference) was founded and officially launched in February 2016 following a lengthy period of consultation by the founding members with church leaders throughout the country who sensed the need for a national body that could unite and represent Akurinu churches.
Akurinu Unity nevertheless precedes the General Conference by Decades. The Process having been initiated in early 1960'sand bearing fruit step at a time culminating in the birth of The General Conference.
The General Conference is a product of prayer, tireless consultative forums, prayer, prophetic guidance and engagements that culminated in the various kurinu Churches coming together under one Umbrella body.
The General Conference is an National umbrella organisation for Akurinu Churches and organiations in Kenya The General Conference brings together over 400 registered Akurinu churches in Kenya and around 2400 Congregations and help them listen to, and be heard by, the government, media and society.
With offices in 22 Counties, The General conference works across the nation in serving and representing hundreds of thousands of individual AKurinu faithful around the country.
The General Conference has since served as a catalyst to launch other, somewhat independent, initiatives, which seeks to present a Christian perspective on social, religious and political issues issues.
The General Conference has also roled out a plan dubbed .The Way Forward for The Akurinu Community' and is poised to Launch its 5-year Strategic Vision in February 2017, at the Annual General Assembly.
In more recent times, having established itself as a source of reasoned and thoughtful perspective on a range of issues, The General Conference has often been asked to contribute to conversations and discussions in the public sphere and media.
Today, our vision of seeing the power and values of the kingdom of God permeate every level of Akurinu community and our society remains as strong as ever. We aim to do this in partnership with Christians organisations and churches throughout the world by encouraging and equipping them to the extent that our own resources allow. We also endeavour to present an evangelical Christian perspective in the public sphere on issues of national importance.