PACE was founded in 1989 with the purpose of providing spiritual and economic development to the marginalized rural and urban communities among people of African descent in Africa, the USA, the Caribbean, Brazil, Australia.
When Wachira Ngamau was a graduate student in America, he realized that Christians of African heritage was in a unique position as missioners to the world. Because people of African heritage have shared histories of slavery, oppression and the struggle for self – identity and self – actualization, Wachira embraced the idea of Pan African Christian Exchange. He organized a mission trip back to Kenya with mostly African American Christians in 1989. This trip provided an opportunity for cross–cultural bridge–building ministry with Black and White Americans and Africans. For over 25 years, Africans, African Americans and non–Africans have served Africans through PACE Ministries.
Pan African Christian Exchange (PACE) Ministries serves the marginalized and economically challenged communities of Kenya (as the host country), of African nations and of the African Diaspora in the United States of America, in the Caribbean and in South America.
Our services include, but are not limited to, providing
- Educational opportunities for persons needing elementary & high school;
- Economic development opportunities for women, youth and the needy;
- Affordable healthcare and dental services especially to infants, children, women, and senior citizens;
- Christian evangelism, church and community leadership training, and Community Development partnership.
Objectives and Acronym
Promote missions in Africa and the African Diaspora
Articulate African and Pan African scriptural and cultural values
Create global partnerships in Africa and the Diaspora
Expose, educate and empower Africans and Pan Africans in missions
To develop and spiritually empower indigenous individuals in Africa and the Diaspora that glorify God by enjoying self-governing and self-sustaining communities.
To provide relevant training (education) that will produce indigenous leadership in Africa and the Diaspora that is Biblically and culturally sound through our family of Pan African schools.
CHANGED AND CHANGING LIVES
To proclaim and demonstrate through our lives, the power and love of God, and that nothing is impossible with God. “Behold, I am the Lord, the God of all flesh; is there anything too hard for me?” (Jeremiah 32:27)
Serving Africa and World
Ministry Bible Verse
Declare his glory among the nations, his marvelous deeds among all peoples. (I Chronicles 16:24)
Pan African School
Pan African schools are located in Nyandarua County and Comprises of Pan African Academy (Nursery School, Lower Classes-Grade 1-3, Upper Classes-Grade 4-6&8 and Junior Secondary School) and the High School