To preach the word of God to all Nations in preparation for the second coming of the Lord Jesus Christ by reaching out and establishing churches which can meet the spiritual economic and social needs of the people through evangelism, education, training, and socio economic activities based on Christian values


A strong Pentecostal Church meeting the needs of the society holistically based on Christian values


Love, Integrity, Obedience, Unity,  Humility,  Stewardship, Service

About US

The Free Pentecostal Fellowship in Kenya (FPFK) is an evangelical church registered in Kenya. It operates in 31 regions in Kenya and has 258 local churches and over 1,200 branches, with a combined membership of over 250,000. FPFK was established independently by the Norwegian and Swedish missionaries in the 1950s and 1960s respectively. 

Bishop Walter Andhoga-General Secretary

General Secretary Statement on Corona Virus

Important information relating to head office’s response to COVID-19 impact on the FPFK church members and pastors. Praise God FPFK Family, we hope you are safely kept by the Lord, playing your part in praying for the nation,church families etc. ..

“Support FPFK Projects to alleviate poverty and all other forms of human suffering”

Social Ministry

FPFK through its networks and partnerships facilitate an enabling environment for the community to exist peacefully and be empowered to attain inclusive development.

Presently, the Swedish Pentecostal Mission (SPM) and Norwegian Pentecostal Mission (NPM) are involved in supporting HIV/AIDS awareness and youth project, Maasai and HIV/AIDS project, Kainuk community development project, Tuinuane women project, Anti-Female Genital Mutilation Project (FGM), gender, humanitarian emergency relief projects and Organisation Development


FPFK Business Enterprise

The overall goal is to see improved performance in FPFK existing businesses ventures and in the new businesses developed. Specifically, the following are the outcomes in each of these national assets and institutions.
The National Institutions of FPFK include Thessalia Mission Guest house and Farm, Thessalia Dispensary, Thessalia Secondary School, Karen Christian College, Bukhungu Youth Polytechnic, Kindaruma Guest house, and Mombasa rental facilities and Keswick Bookshop.

Institutional Development

  • FPFK constitution reviewed and identity clarified
  • Enhanced capacity of FPFK personnel, missionaries and pastors to deliver quality service.
  • Improved sustainable resource mobilization strategies
  • Increased and deepened partnerships and networks (EAK, NCCK, ACTALL)
  • Ensuring new Policies are formulated and old policies are updated

Inuka Kanisa - Constitution unvelling

FPFK Board of Trustees from Right Rev.-Samuel Gichane Rev Walter-Angienda Ruth Ngelechei Rev.George Ojwang Rev Stephen-Kiarie Rev Getald were and Rev John Kibe

FPFK Strategic Plan 2014-2021

The Free Pentecostal Fellowship in Kenya (FPFK) has registered substantial growth since its establishment in the 1950s and 60s in terms of systems development and membership growth.



Missions Department
These are exciting days in the history of the church of Jesus Christ. People are coming to Christ in record numbers around the globe. Missiologist are amazed at the rapid advance of the gospel in places where the message of christ has never penetrated or is prolififerated where it was only scarcely know. Clearly the wind of the holy spirit is sweeping our globe in an unprecedented manner.

FPFK Kindaruma Guest House (Nairobi)

Our Contacts


Working hours

Monday- Friday: 8:00 AM-17:00 PM

Contact Info

FPFK Headquarters; Kindaruma Road, Off Menelik Rd, P.O. Box 47469 – 00100 Nairobi, Kenya
Public Relation:+254728359226
Fax:+(020) 3874596
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