We are a caring Christian organisation serving our local community, especially its vulnerable and needy people, through giving children a home and through educational, upliftment and empowerment programmes. Through these programmes, we aim to promote healing, restore human dignity and wholeness and foster unity between people of various … More
Kenosis provides foster care for up to 18 children with three foster mothers. These are vulnerable children often orphaned by HIV/AIDS. They are given a home and schooling and are supported by a governmental foster care grant. Quality Care for vulnerable children Objectives To provide a home for vulnerable children and children orphaned by … More...
Dream Wedding Venue – Bishopstowe Chapel
Make this exquisite venue your place of choice for the Big Day! This is an original century-old Chapel with crafted wooden pews and Oregon pine Floors. The chapel is well lit and added features include a balcony (for guests/ musicians and singers) and functional bell tower to ring out the happy occasion. Best Kept … More
A well-equipped pre-school, the Bishopstowe Early Learning Centre caters for up to 50 children from the surrounding … More...
Once a month, Kenosis hosts a community clinic which offers basic health care and community education, particularly on … More
When children turn 18, the governmental foster grant ends. However Kenosis is committed to helping its school leavers … More
In the summer and winter school holidays Kenosis runs a holiday programme to keep children meaningfully occupied, build … More
Kenosis regularly hosts local and overseas students, usually for a year, who come for an exposure to the realities in a … More
Various programmes of Outreach and care have been run over the years, particularly at the peak of the HIV/AIDS pandemic … More
The Name Kenosis
Kenosis is a Greek word from the Bible passage in Philippians 2:5-7. It inspired the original vision of a serving Christian … More
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The Name Kenosis
Kenosis is a Greek word from the Bible passage in Philippians 2:5-7. It inspired the original vision of a serving Christian community. It means "emptying" (RSV) or "making oneself nothing" and summarizes the serving attitude of Jesus.
"Your attitude should be the same as that of Christ Jesus - who, being in the very nature God, did not consider equality with God something to be grasped, but made himself nothing, taking the very nature of a servant, being made in human likeness..."