Welcome To AACC-CETA

We are the largest association of Protestant, Orthodox and Indigenous churches in Africa.


The AACC fellowship accounts for over 120 million Christians across the continent.


Our programmes are diverse equiping members in Good Governance and Democratic Transitions, Migration and Human Trafficking, Interfaith Dialogue among others.

Thrust 1: High-Level Ecumenical Diplomacy
The programme will continue to engage distinguished and experienced persons to utilize the available reservoir of experts in preparation for task of preventive advocacy, diplomacy and peace building.

Thrust 2: Good Governance and Democratic Transitions
The programme will continue to create awareness among churches about their responsibility and involvement in ensuring there is good and accountable governance and democratic transition, so as to prevent conflict before, during and after elections.

Thrust 3: Intervention in Specific Burning Situations
This is in consonance with the mandate of the AACC within the framework of the Peace and Advocacy Programme.

Thrust 4: Migration and Human Trafficking
The phenomenon of migration and human trafficking became the highest threat to African dignity. It became urgent to advocate about it and to mobilize churches for prevention together with promoting better living conditions in our countries.

Thrust 5: Economic Justice And Poverty Eradication
This thrust seeks to introduce deliberate change through efforts that aim at eradicating poverty and promoting economic justice.

Thrust 6: Leadership Development For Self-sustainability
Empowerment and Capacity Building is intended to build institutional and individual abilities and capabilities towards effective stewardship, accountability and transparency.

Thrust 7: Food Security And Climate Change In Africa
This thrust provides space and platform for advocacy, awareness creation, sensitisation on factors that inhibit food security such as land tenure systems and promotion of solidarity with the marginalised in the Church and Society.
The thrust will also focus on awareness creation on climate change and vital action to be taken by individuals communities and Nations.

Thrust 8: Networking And Collaboration With Civil Society Organizations (CSOs)
In the last 10 years, the AACC has worked closely with Civil Society Organizations (CSOs) and they have complimented each other in the area of economic justice, climate change, peace building and conflict resolutions and this collaboration will continue.


A warm welcome from our courteous, friendly, well-trained and efficient staff awaits all our guests. We offer great service, a choice of comfortable accommodation, and fantastic conference facilities,largest hall has a capacity of 1000 people.

Our facility is set in beautiful secluded gardens along Waiyaki Way about 3 minutes drive from the westlands shopping centre and 30 minutes drive from the Jomokenyatta international airport

We have 106 rooms offering high quality en-suite accommodation and guests can dine in our restaurant at value-for-money prices. Our conference facilities are well priced and very popular.

Within a half hour drive are numerous attractions; including ultra modern shopping malls, health and fitness clubs, swimming pool and a host of others including the National Museum.

The personalised service offered will go along way to make your stay memorable.



Desmond Tutu Conference Center has 106 luxuriously designed single double and twin ensuite rooms each varying in size and facilities.
Room Facilities include:

  • High-speed wireless internet access
  • Ensuite bathroom
  • Hot water
  • Flat screen Tvs with DSTV
  • Telephone
  • Hot Beverages making facilities
  • Power outlet 110/240v
  • Central safe deposit box at the reception



Tel: +254 20 4440224, 4442215
Mobile: +254 710 734728
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This Regional Office was created in 1974 by a decision made in the AACC General Assembly held in Lusaka, Zambia.
The Lome Regional Office was hosted from 1974 to 1978 by the Eglise Evangélique du Togo and then officially launched in 1978 when the Togolese government granted the office diplomatic status. Its raison d’être at the time of the launch was to facilitate a fluid and continuous flow of information between the Nairobi headquarters and West/Central Africa with a special focus on AACC’s francophone constituency, thus bringing the AACC closer to far-flung member churches.
Reporting to the General Secretariat, the Regional Office hosts designated continental programme activities.


All Africa Conference of Churches (AACC-CETA)

General Secretariat: Waiyaki Way.
P.O. Box 14205-00800 Westlands,
Nairobi, Kenya.

Tel: +254 20 4441483, 4441338/9
Fax: +254 20 4443241, 4445835
Email: secretariat@aacc-ceta.org


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