About Justice, Peace and Reconciliation

The PCEA Justice, Peace and Reconciliation Committees have been created to promote justice, peace and reconciliation in our communities. They will also assist and encourage the members of the Church and the followers of Christ to become reconciliator, defenders of justice, truth, sanctity if life and human rights and dignity. They will sensitise the congregations to speak out against any misuse of public resources, economic and political power to suppress the rights of the people r to oppress them.

The Justice, Peace and Reconciliation Committees will educate and encourage the members of the Church to become the “salt and light” in the fight against ignorance, superstition, disease, intimidation and other social problems, using God’s word and commandments as a guide.

The group is founded on God’s Word from Romans 12:11-13 Never be lacking in zeal, but keep your spiritual fervor, serving the Lord. Be joyful in hope, patient in affliction, faithful in prayer. Share with the Lord’s people who are in need. Practice hospitality

My people are destroyed for lack of knowledge.

Hosea 4:6


The realization of a caring society based on Christian and Godly values, which is prosperous, dynamic, well informed, just, protects human life, environment and demands accountability of its resources and good governance 

(Matthew 28:19-20)


To glorify God in furthering His Kingdom here on earth as it is in heaven.

Roles and Responsibilities of JPRC

The work of the congregational, Parish, Presbyterial and the National Justice, Peace and Reconciliation Committee(JPRCs) will be to further the aims and the objectives of chapter 16 Act 26 of the PCEA Practice and
Procedure. Their actions will revolve around the concerns in the PCEA Practice and Procedure and any other relevant PCEA publications and initiatives.

More specifically some of the functions of the Justice, Peace and Reconciliation committee will include;

      • Civic Education

      • Environment

      • Social-Economic

      • Human Rights

      • Christian Witnessing

Core Objectives Of JPRC

To enlighten the people so that they can make informed choices on matters affecting their daily lives. 

To enlighten the people on the role and responsibilities of the Government.. 

To enlighted the people on their rights, duties and responsibilities as citizen and to demystify the separations of the church and the state, so that the members can see them working together for a common good. 


  1. Patron – 

  2. Chairperson – Grace Waruguru Macheru

  3. V/Chairperson – Joyce Nyathira

  4. Secretary – Grace Murugi Kibanyu

  5. V/Secretary – Sarah Njeri

  6. Treasurer – Simon Kariuki Muhoro