KITUI PASTORAL CENTER CONFERENCE ( A HOME OF FRESHNESS)
(John 10:10) “That they may have life and have it to the full”
This knowledge of St. John of having life to the full is all we crave for in our center, to make the clients comfortable and happy to enjoy the serenity and the services offered at the center. We live in harmony with the people through expressing our dedication to the guests. This is expressed through the respect and high standards of discipline and hospitality for a comprehensive service.
Kitui pastoral center also known as “Thome wa aklisto” is a home within a home where you get your satisfaction and services are offered with style and smile. This we do in our own unique way living the gospel of St John of having life and having it to the full. Our vision is to provide catering, accommodation, spiritual care and comfortable services in bridging about the kingdom of God. The mission is to be a leading institution in providing holistic service for Christ.
The center was established to create facilities for accommodation and conferences to the diocesan workshops, seminars and trainings. For this project to be able to generate income to support itself, the hospitality was extended to accommodate other groups from non governmental organizations, other denominations and government meetings. The center also accommodates any other group that is ready to comply with the center’s laid strategies.
The spirit lead us to refer to the center as a home of freshness because our duties here are not only well known and defined but also respected and well attended to for in a family where members are responsible and accountable, there are no many rules because every member knows what he/she is supposed to do.
We remember and appreciate the efforts of the first founders of the center and their determination to see the center grow to this time as the diocese celebrates its golden jubilee.
(Hebrews 13:7) “Remember your leaders, those who spoke to you the word of God, consider the outcome of their life and imitate their faith.”