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The School Chapel

The school chapel was officially opened on 26th March 2000 to serve all of Moi Girls’ community. It can seat a thousand two hundred people. It has a Prayer Room, a Library and a Chaplain’s Office.

The chapel activities are coordinated by a committee that consists of members of the School administration, the Chaplain and members of the teaching staff drawn from different Christian denominations. Their role is to coordinate and organize all the programmes and activities in the school chapel.

Several worship sessions are held during the week:

  • School Service on Sundays
  • School Assembly on Wednesdays
  • School Hymn Practice on Thursdays.
Other Christian societies also use the chapel namely:
  • The Catholic Society
  • The Christian Union
  • The Seventh Day Adventists
The chapel is open every day of the week from 7 am to 10 pm for anyone who needs to use it. The school’s spiritual services provide for special needs especially for students in terms of:
  • Spiritual growth
  • Positive character building
  • Learning a wide range of hymns
  • Reading of Christian literature.
Every year the chaplaincy prepares a theme based on the prevailing needs. For 2014, the theme is taken fromJames 1: 22, “BE DOERS OF GOD’S WORD", in the spiritual, moral, emotional and academic life of the students. We are working towards bringing out as much as possible the theme ‘Being doers of God’s Word but not just hearers, deceiving ourselves’. The teachers on the Chaplaincy are mature Christians who can handle spiritual matters effectively.

The chaplain is also responsible for facilitating the worship services of the Muslims in the school community. Their meetings are held in a room provided for them specifically for that purpose.

The Christian Union

The Christian Union (CU) brings together all students that belong to the protestant denominations and who confess Jesus Christ as their Lord and Saviour. It is affiliated to the Kenyan Student Christian fellowship (K.S.C.F) whose foundation is Acts: 2: 32.

A. Structure

For effective operation the CU is structured in the following departments:

  • Bible study
  • Intercession
  • Library
  • Ushering
  • Chapel choir
  • Sunday school
  • Discipleship
  • Catering and Hospitality
  • Drama
  • Firebrands
  • Praise and worship

B. Leadership

Each department has two leaders. The overall leader includes a chairlady and her assistants, a secretary and two treasurer. All leaders are appointed annually after a careful and prayerful consideration. They are supposed to mobilize all the members to participate in the CU activities. The leaders are given support by the Patron.

C. Activities

i) Main meetings for every member

Saturday 2.00 pm – 4.00 pm Fellowship time
Sunday 10.00 am – 11.00 am Fellowship time
Sunday 11.30 am – 12.30 pm Bible Study

ii) Group Meetings: Each department identifies other times for their separate meetings.

iii) Prayer Meetings: Every day after evening preps the members converge in the chapel to pray except those who might be having their group meetings.

iv) K.S.C.F Activities: The CU participates in the District K.S.C.F rallies and also supports the National K.S.C.F programmes. Once in every term, there is a district K.S.C.F rally.

D. Facilitators

The patron organizes to have speakers for the Saturday fellowship time. They are drawn mostly from the Protestant denominations around the school.

The Catholic Group

Catholic Students number about three  hundred and fifty. They are organized into the Legion of Mary, YCS and Catholic Choir-Tesfa Mariae. This year, 2014, the patron in charge of Roman Catholic students is Mr Tum.

The officials are:

i) The General Chairlady/ Mother who is also the Legionary President. She oversees

ii) The General Secretary who maintains the society’s records and keeps all communications records.

The Seventh Day Adventists Group

The Seventh Day Group, whose current patron is Mrs Nancy Mutai, have provision for their spiritual needs within the framework of the school’s regulations, routine and running programs.

The Muslim Students

Provision has been made to cater for the Muslim students’ needs within the framework of the school’s regulations, routine and running programs.


Mrs Beartrice Bett


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