"This life is therefore,not righteousness,but growth in righteousness, not health, but healing,not being, but becoming,not rest, but exercise. We are not yet what we shall be, but we are growing toward it, the process is not yet finished but it is going on, this is not the end, but it is the road. All does not yet gleam in glory, but all is being purified."
(Martin Luther, defense of all the articles 1521)
KCMU Collge is committed to proclaim Christ through healing, teaching and research. It strives to combine professional excellence with a spirit of compassion and servant hood in the course of fulfilling the call of teaching, healing and research. Religious programs are designed to walk with students, faculty and staff on the spiritual journey - providing opportunities to both grow in faith and actively wrestle with the deep questions of faith and life.
Although KCMU College is a Christian institution, students and staff have complete freedom of worship. Membership too, is open to all individuals without distinction of race, ethnic origin, sex or religion
There are facilities for Christians, Muslims and other denominations. These include;
The Chaplaincy is ecumenical and the Department of Clinical Pastoral Education provides pastoral services to the Community. The Hagai Chapel siituated within the KCMC Hospital near the Main Entrance have Weekly Morning Prayers(Monday-Friday ,0730-0800 HRS) and Sunday services with both Swahili and English Services.
There is a Mosque situated within the Hospital near Hanang Hostel which is open for prayer. The Student’s Muslim Society is led by Abdallah Bihoga +255 713 583 234 / Fani Mussa +255 655 250 450