Deliverance Church International – Umoja

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Deliverance Church International Umoja

Centre For Transformation

Welcome to the DCIU website. Here you will find useful information, access resources, and connect with the larger DCIU family. 

We desire to help you grow in walk with God and as our lives are transformed by the saving knowledge of Christ, we in turn transform our families and the communities in which we live.

Contact Us

Pastor on Duty

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Follow Us on Social Media

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Deliverance Church International Umoja

Centre For Transformation

Welcome to the DCIU website. Here you will find useful information, access resources, and connect with the larger DCIU family. 

We desire to help you grow in walk with God and as our lives are transformed by the saving knowledge of Christ, we in turn transform our families and the communities in which we live.

Contact Us

Pastor on Duty

Office

Email

Follow Us on Social Media

Ministries

Men's Ministry

We are mighty men who are God-fearing, and are examples of Christ in the family, the church and in the society. As men in our homes, our communities and at DCIU, our objectives are to

  • DEVELOP – train men to take initiative in leading and become positive influencers;
  • PROTECT – to keep safe from harm or injury;
  • MENTOR – older men to advise or train young men;
  • SERVE – to perform duties or service for others and for the DCIU family.

Our small groups meet on a monthly basis to share and pray together as well as organize to carry out activities in line with our objectives.

Programs

1. PROPS: The Rites of Passage is held every year as a safe, Christ-centered space to mentor for boys who have completed Class 8 as they venture into a new season.

2. Man Enough: This is an 8-week challenge for adult men, ran in conjunction with Transform Nations. It “empowers men to understand real masculinity, find a safe space for authentic, raw and manly conversations, connect with other men, embrace purpose & significance and, face personal challenges to become better men”.

3. Men’s prayers every Saturday morning from 7-9 a.m.