On Sunday, April 21, 2013, I had the honor of worshiping with the Tena and Ruai UU Churches in a one-room schoolhouse in the Kayole neighborhood of Nairobi. The service included chalicelighting, readings from our UUA hymnal Singing the Living Tradition, a variety of hymns including We are Dancing Sarah's Circle, and at least 3 sermons. The featured preacher was Bishop Patrick Magara, pastor of the Kisii UU Church and founder of the UU Church of Kenya, who is seen reading from the Good News Bible translated into Swahili. In the photos, you can see the opening preacher Noah aka Tony who was able to rapidly translate Kiswahili to English and vice versa. About 30 children from the congregations' school in Ruai traveled across the city to be part of the service. They recited hymns and poetry, sang songs and presented original raps. The service was followed by great fellowship in the alleyway outside of the school. Greetings were offered to me and to several guests from the Kitengela UU Church by both Rev. Magara's wife Alice Magara and her brother and pastor of the Ruai congregation Kevin Ragira. The previous day, Kevin and members of his congregation, took us on a tour of the numerous social service projects that are sponsored by these congregations in Ruai, Tena and Kitengela.