Christ is the Answer Ministries (CITAM) is the highest earning church in Kenya today. Most of their revenue comes from tithes and offerings. It has 15 branches countrywide making it not only the richest but also one of the most followed church in the country. Back in the year 2015, they recorded massive earnings amounting to 1.016 billion shillings. That improved to 1.1 billion in 2017 and right now the church earns as much as 1.3 billions.
The second richest church in Kenya is Nairobi Chapel which is headed by Oscar Muriu. Bishop Oscar Muriu has seen the church grow from mere 20 people in to over 3000 people. Their earnings is a whopping 632.3 millions.
Mavuno Church headed by Senior Pastor Muriithi Wanjau comes in as the third in the rank accumulating as much as 291 millions annually. Mavuno church started as one assembly meeting in Nairobi in the year 2005 and now has grown to beat even some of the most renowned Churches in Kenya.
Fourth in this list is All Saints’ Cathedral church which is one the largest in Africa with 1900 pipes. This is one of the earliest churches in the country. It annual revenue accrues to 241.3 millions. Five and the last in our list of the top 5 richest churches in the country is Nairobi Baptist Church with 163 millions. The Catholic church does not appear in the list despite the fact that it is the most followed church in the country.
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