Agape Church Nakuru

flower imageIn 1996 God called Bishop F. Shadrach Oloo to go back home (Kenya) and start a church. In Obedience to God, the same year bishop F. Shadrach and Beth Oloo pioneered Agape Church in the city of Nakuru (Kenya).

Agape Church is a non-denominational church that focuses on: reaching the community through various models of evangelism, teaching the believers to be disciples and hence being released to serve God in their various gifting and calling.

Agape Church has a strong influence among the children and the youth and as such the ministry emphasizes on contemporary music among other means to reach the young generation. On a normal Sunday Agape Church hosts over 500 kids and youth who have a heart to know more about the Love of Jesus Christ.

The church being in a community, also has a kids school which is one of the outreaches that we use to reach the kids and parents in the community. By this we ensure that our kids are taught the fear of God as they pursue their education and thus producing a future generation of God fearing children. This is enhanced by the mercy ministry of feeding the kids in the school during the day.

Bishop F. Shadrach Oloo studied at California State University Cal Poly campus where in 1996 he graduated with a degree in crops science. Later on bishop Shadrach Oloo studied at the International School of Ministry (Los Angeles) where he graduated with a degree in divinity in 2005.

Bishop Shadrach Oloo is fathering and mentoring over 100 pastors in Kenya who look at him for ministry, counseling and direction.