Jamaa

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Jamaa. In Swahilii, Jamaa means companion or friend or family. For the Office of Foreign Missions, it signifies the partnership that you can have with our ministry. There are many ways that you can support or become involved in the outreach of Connection Kenya/Office of Foreign Ministries.

  1. Get your parish involved. Your parish can become a sponsor of our missionary teacher, Fr. Francis Wardega. Often this partnership begins by inviting Fr. Francis to come and speak at your parish. He brings a wealth of information and a wonderful presentation that will introduce your people to the ministry of Connection Kenya.
  2. Become a Missionary “Jamaa”. You can get involved personally with the mission by committing to financial or other assistance. Your support is desperately needed. It is only through missionary partners like you that this ministry can go forward. The support you offer may come in financial contributions or in helping to provide African dioceses with needed clerical and parish items.
  3. You can pray. God works great things through the prayers of His faithful. We especially welcome prayers offered not only through the intercession of individuals but in the parish during Sunday worship.

Won’t you join us in this new ministry? Won’t you consider becoming our Jamaa?

You can contact Fr. Francis with financial contributions or to schedual a visit with your parish at: Connection Kenya/Office of Foreign Missions – 18401 Canal Rd. – Clinton Township, MI 48038

Phone: USA-248-345-2651 EMail: jambofrfrancis@yahoo.com

Donations of new or used clergy shirts, collars, vestments, BCPs (1979), or Bibles may be sent to: Fr. Francis Wardega/Connection Kenya/OFM – 8665 Hickory Rd. #E – Sterling Heights, MI 48312

All gifts are tax deductible and contributors will be issued receipts.

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