A Presbytery in PCEA and the Church of Jesus Christ actively spreads the Gospel of Salvation through words and actions.


To facilitate Parishes to correctly disseminate message of Great Commission in all aspect of life to the Glory of God.


The Presbytery developed its first strategic plan in 2011 covering the period 2011-2016. During the initial period of implementation of the plan, the Presbytery was faced with numerous challenges. One of the challenges was how to mobilize all members to achieve the set targets within the timelines provided by the plan.

To overcome this challenge the Presbytery adopted the Benchmarks tools in 2012. The tool has some similarities with Performance Contract used in the corporate world. However, the Benchmarks tool developed uses the peer review approach where equals are involved in evaluating achievement of each other. The NNP Benchmark Model is key reference document in the ongoing PCEA Benchmark development.

To improve governance, the Presbytery has also developed several management manuals and policy documents. These documents include financial policy manual, human resource management manual, and Internal Audit guidelines.

In addition, Presbytery has developed a Customer Service Charter where it outlines its services standards and expectations. All Parishes are also required to develop their specific Customer Service Charter which should be displayed in strategic places for ease of access and reading.


The Presbytery is a governing body within the PCEA Church, operating under the guidelines of the Practice and Procedure manual and answering to the General Assembly.

Its core responsibilities involve overseeing Parish activities, maintaining a link with the General Assembly Office, and managing finances.

The Presbytery's leadership comprises the Moderator, Clerk, Co-Clerk, Treasurer, and Finance Chairperson, who implement its decisions.

It also houses specialized committees like the Investment, Audit, and Property Committees, each with distinct roles in managing investments, audits, and property maintenance.

In essence, the Presbytery plays a central role in church administration, ensuring compliance with established protocols and effective financial stewardship.