Our church today

We are a typical apostolic church, having blended distinctive Pentecostal features, like faith healing and prophesy, with complementary features from African culture and tradition and we predominantly make use of the African drum and rhythmic circular dance. We believe that the Scriptures of both the Old and New Testaments are the inspired Word of God, that they are inerrant and that they are the supreme and final authority of all Christian life. We also believe that Jesus Christ is the Lord and Head of the Church.

Our church has an interesting geneses and history,,, .


Archbishop Itani Joseph Mureri is the Spiritual Leader of the United African Apostolic Church with effect from 19 January 2020. His appointment followed church protocol of appointing a descendent of the Mureri family by virtue of consanguinity.

He follows in the footsteps of his Father, Archbishop Dr EMM Mureri, who passed on in December 2018. The practice of appointment through primogeniture began in 1977 following the death of the church founder, Bishop Matsea Paul Mureri, who was succeeded by his first born son, Bishop Jeremiah Mureri. It was again followed in 1978 following the death of Bishop Jeremiah Mureri who was similarly succeeded by his first born son, Archbishop Dr Elias Muthuhadini Mureri. Now, Itani Joseph Mureri, the first born Son of Archbishop Dr Elias Muthuhadini Mureri is, as per this very well-established practice or pedigree, succeeding his Father in leading the church.

The UAAC family loves their Archbishop and vowed to follow him wherever he goes and supporting all his efforts to enhance the spiritual needs of all church members. As a Christian denomination, the UAAC believes that through the guidance of the Holy Spirit, Archbishop IJ Mureri will propel the church to greater heights.

In the name of the Father, the Son and the Holy Spirit, AMEN.


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