Woman's Guild

Woman's Guild

About Woman's Guild

Woman’s Guild is a fellowship of ladies and girls of the PCEA church. In Kenya, the group was started in 1922 with the goal of rescuing young girs from the oppressive traditions and bringing them to Christianity. 

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


To be a welcoming Christian women’s organization that enables women to change the world.


To empower Christian women holistically so that they may effectively influence society through worship, fellowship, networking, partnerships, advocacy and communication, resource mobilization, research, and training based on Christian ideals.

Roles of Woman's Guild

  • Provide mentorship program mes 

  • Have social meetings and  members 

  • Fellow-shipping with the disadvantaged 

  • Attending bridal showers for those in marriages 

  • Helping the needy 

  • Providing Sanitary towels to girls

  • Hold prayers

  • Church decoration 

  • Visitation of the sick


  • Providing support and aid to needy families. 

  • Monthly meetings and fellowship once every month. 

  • Couples dinner with a message once a year 

  • Members retreat 

  • Visiting the moderator 

  • Social meetings once a month. 

  • Mentorship program through PRPP (Parish Rite of Passage Program) for the girl child.

How To become A Member

Guild membership is open to all ladies and girls who are committed. Women and young ladies who desire and choose are welcome to join the group.

One needs to fellowship with other Guild members for 2 years. After that, you are dedicated and given a head–scarf in a ceremony officiated by the Moderator.


  1. Chairperson – Faith Nduta

  2. V/Chairperson – Lydia Wamae

  3. Secretary – Joyce Nyambura

  4. V/Secretary – Susan Mumanyi

  5. Treasurer – Nelly Wanja

  6. V/Treasurer – Monica Kang’ethe