A New Community Hall at Ambam centre
In January 2019, The Ambam Centre opened a new Community Centre built using local and imported materials. This space will be used to have weekly meetings including Sunday fellowship, run work shops and trainings, a place to help children do home-works and so on. The Community Centre is now able to cater for the increased number of children and adults. It makes a big difference in terms of space.
Since the Community Centre opened, there has been an increased in number of people attending the Sunday morning fellowship. There are about 80-90 people on average attending the Sunday morning fellowship.
In 2020, the centre has been a real place of community, fellowship and frienship. The numbers have grown so much since the community centre was built. Regular meetings take place in the week and over the weekends.
At the Esperanzer Haus we providing food, shelter, support and care for up to 40 orphan, needy and venerable children. Many of the children are staying with families and friends. During the week our team of volunteers meet with them at the home for fellowship, encouragement, and to help them with their school work.
Through the discipleship groups, the kids and adults work together and learn from each other.
The children and youths come together to play games and socialise-in a friendly environment.
In 2008 we built this 3 bed room family house for the late Mrs Kangi to live in and look after orphaned and needy children within the family and the wider community. This passion for gift of love and caring was something she was passionate about and continued to grow over her adult life and into her matured old age. Sadly, she passed away after a short illness in March 2012,
Since then we have decided to continue caring for the orphans and needy children she left behind. At the moment the home is used to serve the needs of the needy children."Haus Esperanzer"-means home of hope in Pidgin English and Spanish.