The Evangelical Lutheran Church in Kenya (ELCK) is the church that was born out of the work of the Swedish Lutheran Mission in 1948 under the name Swedish Lutheran Mission (SLM)
The Evangelical Lutheran Church in Kenya (ELCK) is the church that was born out of the work of the Swedish Lutheran Mission in 1948 under the name Swedish Lutheran Mission (SLM)
The Evangelical Lutheran Church in Kenya (ELCK) is the church that was born out of the work of the Swedish Lutheran Mission in 1948 under the name Swedish Lutheran Mission (SLM)
The Evangelical Lutheran Church in Kenya (ELCK) is the church that was born out of the work of the Swedish Lutheran Mission in 1948 under the name Swedish Lutheran Mission (SLM)
The Evangelical Lutheran Church in Kenya (ELCK) is the church that was born out of the work of the Swedish Lutheran Mission in 1948 under the name Swedish Lutheran Mission (SLM)
The Evangelical Lutheran Church in Kenya (ELCK) is the church that was born out of the work of the Swedish Lutheran Mission in 1948 under the name Swedish Lutheran Mission (SLM)

Welcome Message form the GS / Arch-bishop

clip_image001Welcome to Evangelical Lutheran Church in Kenya. We hope you’ll find this site helpful. We count it a privilege you have chosen to connect within us. We’d love to have you attend one of our congregation’s services within the country. You may contact us in case of any question.

Important Links

Societies Act – July 2014 | Societies Act – October 2014

Testimonials

  • The Evangelical Lutheran Church in Kenya (ELCK) is the church that was born out of the work of the Swedish Lutheran Mission in 1948 under the name Swedish Lutheran Mission (SLM). In 1963, the name of the Church was changed and registered as the Lutheran Church of Kenya (LCK).

    Evangelist Mark R.
  • In 1973, the name of the Church was changed to ELCK with three districts, namely North Kisii, South Kisii and Nyanza. In 1996, the Church adopted the Episcopal polity of the Church and the first Bishop of the ELCK was elected

    Evangelist Peter K.
  • In 2002, the church was restructured into Dioceses, forming the Central, Lake, South-West and North-West Dioceses. The first Arch-Bishop of the ELCK was elected the same year under the title, Presiding Bishop and each Diocese elected a Diocesan Bishop

    Bishop Robert H.

Latest Work of Art from our Community

Our community takes pride in being committed to creativity and art.
We encourage our members to express their belief and passion through painting, photography and sculpture.
Take a look at our brothers and sisters creative art pieces.