PARISH OFFICE:OPEN EVERY WEEKDAY: 8.00AM - 5.00.PM. The main sanctuary remains open all day on Wednesday from 8am - 6pm for anyone who’d wish to come in to pray.

The main role of this pillar committee is to nurture the Cathedral Christians to reach maturity in faith and in the knowledge of God. Such maturity can only be attained through deliberate and organized Christian Education. When the spiritual needs of the Christians are not met, there is a tendency for worshippers to move from one Church to another in search of spiritual fulfillment hence, the need for an organized Christian education in the Cathedral. In seeking to provide education that is deliberate and organized. The Education and Discipleship offered by St. Andrew's Cathedral is informed by the Context and Content as shown below:


Context refers to the set up and environment in which the Cathedral operates. St. Andrew's Cathedral is blessed with worshippers across the whole spectrum of age, social, economic and educational strata. The categorizing of these strata is the focal point for understanding the needs of each group. The basic Ministry categories are Children's, Young Teens, Old Teens, Young Adults (single and married), Middle-aged, Upper middle age, Senior Citizens and other Special Groups. Each of these categories has its own needs and aspirations that require the Cathedral to focus on so that it may provide Programmes that are relevant to specific groups. Conscious efforts are made to create transition mechanisms for age group to move from one stage to the next.

In order for a Christian to grow, become balanced and mature, certain content needs should be cultivated in the individual. The content of the education offered should lead to sound Biblical knowledge, practice of Christian disciplines, a good understanding of Church doctrines and the practice of Christian lifestyles. A conscious combination of all the above is a reliable recipe for truly transformed believers capable of impacting on the next generation.
The Cathedral envisages members who are mature and able to face the challenges of current times and of the future. This should be achieved through the activities of various organized forums such as:
· Classes of Bible Study, Theological Education by Extension (TEE), New
Classes, OMBI, HATUA, MIZIZI, New Members Orientation Training & Anglicanism
Course and Pre-marital Counseling Classes.
· Specialized Groups, which focus on age-group specific needs andCurrently there are eleven 11 Cell Groups that meet during the week for fellowships. The Cell
Groups, generally identified by their locations where they meet are, UTI & Kiboko, Pilot, YMCA, Kimathi, Starehe, TUDC, Ziwani, Ofafa, Majengo, Town and Outreach. Cell Groups remain one of the strongest pillars of the Cathedral; are the backbone of many activities of the church. in the following ways:
· They provide Spiritual nourishment to the members.
· They create opportunities for building relationships among the members.
· They are highly effective avenues for Evangelism and Outreach.
· They provide pastoral care support to the Church members
· They are tools for church development

The Anglican Church Worldwide recognizes the following Sacraments
· Baptism
· Confirmation/Holy Communion.
· Baptism
This is the Sacrament that marks the entry of an individual in the Church. The Anglican Constitution and liturgy for baptism presumes that:
- Adult baptism is for persons aged six years and above
¨ Infant baptism is for Children's who are five years and below, whose parents and godparents commits them to God and vows to bring them up in faith. Parents and god
parents needs to be helped to appreciate these truths.
· Confirmation/Holy Communion.
- The Church has a Programme for preparing confirmation candidates. Once
confirmed, the individual is allowed to partake of the Holy Communion.
- A person is confirmed only after he/she has undergone Catechism classes for not less than
six months.