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Avoid Petty Politics,urges cleric.

Rev. Fr. Simon  Warari the Father-In- Charge St. Patrick's Catholic Church,Thika leads the newly commissioned leaders  in reciting the oath of office.
St. Patrick's Catholic Church Parish Priest Rev. Fr. Simon Warari has appealed to the newly commissioned church leaders  to avoid petty politics as they take on the new leadership roles in the Parish.

Speaking during Sunday Mass at St. Peter The Rock Catholic Church grounds the cleric called on the newly elected church officials to follow the example of Jesus Christ and embrace servant leadership.

"We must remember that serving God in church is purely voluntary, we do not serve him by our body and blood but through our hearts and deeds, servant leadership calls for participatory engagement, remember we are all called to serve not to be served," he further said.

Present at the Mass and commission ceremony was the Outgoing Parish Chairman Mr. Ndirangu Wa Mukubwa who has served the church in the capacity for the last 8years who also took time to offer some sound advice to the newly commissioned officials,

"I have served this Parish for a long time and what I have learnt from this is that we cannot be selfish while serving God,we must respect those in leadership, in this case the church hierarchy should forever be respected, I therefore urge all of you to try their level best to strive at uniting all the people within and without this parish without malice or ill will," said Mr. Ndirangu.

 A section of the newly commissioned Church leaders drawn from different small christian communities.
Close to one hundred leaders from Small Christian Communities and Church groups were commissioned into office at two separate venues St. Patrick's Catholic Church and St. Peter The Rock.

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