Our History



The Free Pentecostal Fellowship in Kenya (FPFK) is an evangelical church registered in Kenya. It operates in 25 regions in Kenya and has 197 local churches and 710 branches,with a combined membership of over 187,000. FPFK was established independently by the Norwegian and Swedish missionaries in the 1950s and 1960s respectively. The missionaries from the two Scandinavian countries operated independent of each other until 1997 when their operations were merged and FPFK as a Kenyan national church came into being. FPFK plays an important role in the civil society and is an active member of Evangelical Alliance of Kenya (EAK), an umbrella body for Pentecostal churches in Kenya

In addition FPFK runs specialised programs such as the HIV/AIDS program and humanitarian relief projects funded by diverse financial partners such as PMU Interlife, Sweden and PYM Aid, Norway the projects which are managed by a professional staff based at its national and regional offices.