The Newton-Nairobi Partnership invites your contributions to assist with the 2020 educational support of Kenyan children in either of our two schools supported by our long standing partnership and a consistent desire that has seen many lives bettered. As Jesus said, what you do to your neighbor, you do to him: KES 21,000 provides the annual cost for an urban child attending the PCEA K-8 Presbyterian Education Centre set in…Keep Reading

Brand new horizon in the Nairobi Newton Partnership new horizon in the Nairobi Newton Partnership

Moving forward Recent re-evaluation of the 21-year relationship by representatives of both the Newton-Nairobi Partnership Team (PCUSA) and the Nairobi Partnership Board (PCEA) has reinforced our mutually strong desire to continue our mission work into the future, if it be the will of God. Despite the challenges along the way, the parties are as committed as ever to the original shared vision. The benefits gained, by individuals and congregations, through…Keep Reading

A walk down memory lane walk down memory lane

A brief history of the Nairobi-Newton Partnership between 1986 and 2004 1986 : Having volunteered for 1980 with an NGO in Kenya and serving as Stated Supply Pastor with the Hackettstown Church 1983-86, Rev. Keith Barkley returns to Kenya to launch an independent indigenous effort to build a safe-water delivery system among rural villages of Kibwezi. 1987: Hackettstown area churches ecumenically begin financial support of the water project; several Newton…Keep Reading

Rev Harold Johnson Visits Kenya Harold Johnson Visits Kenya

Rev Harold Johnson (The Bishop of Bontoon) Jetted in on 1st April to start his eleventh visit to Kenya representing Newton presbytery. This is part annual exchange programs where Nairobi Partnership board sends some missioners to newton presbytery every year between may and june and newton missioners comes to Kenya in July. Harold first made his maiden missionary visit to Kenya in 1993 may before coming again the same year…Keep Reading