African Catholic Community Diocese of Worcester at St. Andrew





I can do things you cannot, you can do things I cannot; together we can do great things.
― Mother Teresa

Leaders Council

ACC Leaders

This is a consultative gathering of all leaders of the different groups in with the ACC. At the Diocesian level it takes place whenever critical pastoral issues arise. In within each community it may meet every month or as agreed upon. Different issues are discussed ,calender events and activities are planned. The council seeks always to implement the aim and purpose of the ACC in concrete and real ways.(for example in within a Parish year calendar).  

The council also has a major duty to seek new ways of evangelizing the Gospel. Bringing back lost Catholics home. Helping Christians stay firm in faith in a culture that is many times hostile to values of Faith and family..

Young Adults

Young Adults.....

Sunday School

The Mission of St. Andrews Sunday school is to provide education of the whole child within the catholic Christian tradition, We are committed to teach on the faith of Jesus Christ by providing opportunities for growing, living  and sharing in our faith with others. Our classes provide teachings that is guided by virtues of caring , which enables children to grow in love of God with integrity.
We strive to instill in our children the virtues of purity of heart, humility, patience, fortitude, gentleness and character. Our patron Saint shows us a perfect model of a true Christian.
Every child aged 4-7 years old is welcome to regardless of their background, race, color or gender. Parents take responsibility of their child during Sunday school activities and outdoor activities

Choir Ministry

Are interested in singing or music? do you want to be part of an uplifting celebration? Music and song are indeed a prayer . The Choir practices every Saturday Morning 9.30am-12.30pm. contact Mary Kiarie 5083336146



The St Andrew's Catholic Women Association ( modeled on the CWA Kenya) is a Catholic lay women movement. Their mission is to enhance the spiritual growth of Catholic Women and enable them to participate more effectively in the evangelization and sanctification of humanity.

It aims to build unity among women, through prayer , works of charity and an active witness of faith within their community and outside. Its leaders must guide and direct its members to God's heart and plan.

Their Motto is 'Strong in Faith' and their Patron is St Monica. They also maintain a particular devotion to the Blessed Mother.

They volunteer at Church functions and community festivities. They visit the sick and welcome newborns into the community in a special way. Contact Mary Kairu for more details.

Youth Ministry






Mens Ministry

This group seeks to follow in the footsteps of St Joseph: model father and husband to the Holy Family. Catholic men strive to emulate the example of this great saint who was humble , a loyal and dedicated worker , protector of his family and a man of Faith. These are virtues that all young sons should have or build into their lives.

In addition to the above the group will instill African Family values about how a Man should be grounded; take his responsibility serious and sacred to raise and provide for his family. See Martin Muchiri for more details