Poverty continue to exclude many from Accessing Education

Kenya has made many great advances, but poverty and prejudice continue to exclude many people from accessing the opportunity that is education. Kenya ranks among the more peaceful and most prosperous of African countries. It has experienced over 50 years of peaceful and stable government. It has also seen impressive economic expansion and stable growth. [...]

By | October 19th, 2019|St. Irene Mission|0 Comments

Blessed is the Hand that Gives

Blessed is the Hand that Gives Over 140 million children under the age of 18 in the developing world have lost one or both of their parents. In sub-Saharan Africa alone there are 43 million orphans, representing more than 12% of all children (UNAIDS et al. 2004). Although most orphans are cared for by family members or [...]

By | April 24th, 2019|St. Irene Mission|0 Comments

My Visit to St Irene Orphanage – Chris Range

My Visit to St Irene Orphanage - Chris Range Three months ago I decided to visit St Irene Orthodox Mission Center and Orphanage. The orphanage houses children of various ages who either have no family or have lost their families in natural calamities. Click Here to Donate I was very enthusiastic about it even though [...]

By | February 21st, 2019|St. Irene Mission|0 Comments

Drought a Great Enemy at Our Mission Center

Christ in our midst. I was brought up by Orthodox parents from childhood, I felt motivated to serve in the Orthodox church as a priest. Similarly, I was serving as an altar boy from my tender age, and seeing my priest serving in the faithful I admired and prayed to God that one day would [...]

By | February 2nd, 2019|Orthodox Faith, St. Irene Mission, Water Supply|0 Comments

EXCELLENT WONDERFUL: Dive to 250 meters deep, in the presence of the bishops, they found water (VIDEO: “I got rid of the donkey carriage.”)

Yesterday, August 1, 2018, the Orthodox Mission Center and St. Irina Orphanage had extensive drilling work on a deep well. Up to now, water supplies were made from a 20-kilometer-long river, but neither the quality of the water nor the quantity they needed could be permanently secured. The water spring was found at a depth of 250 meters by [...]

By | September 5th, 2018|Orthodox Faith, St. Irene Mission, Water Supply|0 Comments

Săpând la 250 de metri adâncime, în prezența episcopilor, au găsit apă (VIDEO: “Am scăpat de cărăușia cu măgărușii.”)

Ieri, 01 august 2018, la Centrul Misionar Ortodox si Orfelinatul Sfânta Irina au avut loc lucrări ample de forare a unui puț de mare adâncime. Până în prezent, aprovizionarea cu apă se făcea de la un râu aflat la 20 de kilometri de institut, însă nici calitatea apei și nici cantitatea de care aveau nevoie nu puteau [...]

By | September 5th, 2018|St. Irene Mission, Water Supply|0 Comments

Thank You Mum

THANK YOU MUM For being my pillar of strength For the countless bedtime stories For the piles and piles of laundry For taking those classes to provide for a better future For sharing your beautiful fashion sense with me For washing behind my ears For taming my unruly hair For choosing life For Bringing me [...]

By | May 13th, 2018|St. Irene Mission|0 Comments

School Uniforms For the Needy Kids

Many children in Njabini area fail to start school on the first day of school because they don't have the appropriate school uniforms.  There are many families that simply cannot afford to purchase the required school attire for their children. Uniforms are considered a form of discipline that schools use to control student behavior and often promote conventional gendered [...]

By | March 27th, 2018|St. Irene Mission|1 Comment

Let the Children Come to Me

In St Irene Orthodox Mission Center & Orphanage, little children playing in the field and learning group meeting. The adorable little faces and their actions are so captivating I at times get momentarily distracted from the business at hand, including questions I wanted to ask the kids at St Irene Orthodox Mission Center & Orphanage. [...]

By | March 21st, 2018|St. Irene Mission|0 Comments

Nativity of our lord Jesus Christ

As with Pascha, or Easter, the Feast of the Nativity begins with a period of preparation. It is proceeded by a fast corresponding to Lent and lasting for forty days. The fast begins on November 15. On the Sundays immediately before December 25, special commemorations emphasize the link between the Old Covenant and the New. [...]

By | December 23rd, 2017|St. Irene Mission|0 Comments
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