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. 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.
Nationally, FPFK is headed by a National Board, which is the principal policy making body. A national secretariat headed by the General Secretary who is also the secretary to the National board is responsible for the day-to-day operations of the church at the national level. The regional councils are responsible for managing and coordinating the activities of the churches in the region level.