This past September two of our young adults from Prescott First Assembly traveled to Eldoret Kenya. Kate Pressman and Natascha Kling worked and visited Dominion Children’s Home. They returned home with a great report on the Orphanage and shared some of the needs of the children.
One of the needs they report was simply the need for a swing set.
Dominion Children’s Home of Kenya is a home for orphaned girls and boys in Kenya, East Africa.
In February 2007 we were able to purchase several acres of land in Eldoret, Kenya for the purpose of caring for orphaned children. Later that year Dominion Children’s Home opened its doors and has been providing refuge for homeless and orphaned children ever since. In January of 2010 we opened Dominion School of Eldoret with 23 students attending. Our goal is to have several homes to care for forty children and a school that emphasizes academic excellence in a Christ-centered learning environment. This will allow us to care for, to educate, and to empower every child to fully reach their God-ordained destiny.
Dominion Children’s Home of Kenya
is a component of Dominion Family Services, a non-profit organization based in Spartanburg, South Carolina. It is also affiliated with the ministries of Dominion Church International in Greer, South Carolina. – (www.DominionInternational.org)
I spoke with Ann Fyall this morning and we have come up with an amazing way to provide fun for the kids as well as some employment for some families in the area.
Instead of buying the parts here in the U.S., we are going to purchase the supplies in Kenya and employee some locals to do the work.
Looking forward to seeing the children of Dominion Children’s Home get out and have some fun.
We will have a special Compassion For Kenya Missions gathering Sunday evening @ 6:00 PM and Lou Pressman will challenge us through God’s Word.
If you would like to help us purchase and ship this gift to DCH, you can help by;
Donating a gift to:
Prescott First Assembly
P.O. box 12858
We will purchase and ship the swing
Lead pastor – Prescott First Asssembly