Bishop Allan Kiuna’s burial date revealed plus day for his memorial service

Bishop Allan Kiuna’s burial date revealed plus day for his memorial service

Jubilee Christian Church (JJC) founder Bishop Allan Kiuna will be laid to rest on July 17, 2024.

A new update issued by his family together with the JCC fraternity, states that Kiuna will be laid to rest at JCC Paradise Thindigua, Kiambu County.  

On Monday, July 15th, 2024 a memorial service will be held at Faith Evangelistic Ministry Family Church, Karen to celebrate the memory and legal of Bishop Kiuna.

The memorial and Burial ceremony dates

Memorial Service:

Date: Monday, 15th July, 2024

 Time: 10:00 AM (Please be seated by 9:30 AM)

Venue: Faith Evangelistic Ministry Family Church, Karen

Burial Ceremony:

Date: Wednesday, 17th July, 2024

The family went on to thank everyone for giving them privacy during this difficult time of mourning a loved one.

“This is a follow-up to our earlier statement of the passing to glory of our Bishop Allan Kiuna. We want to extend our heartfelt gratitude for the unwavering love and support shown to the family of Bishop Allan Kiuna and the extended family of Jubilee Christian Church, both here at home and across the nation.

“Your respect for the family’s privacy during this challenging period is deeply appreciated,” the statement said in part.

The statement adds;

“Bishop Allan Kiuna was a pillar of hope and faith for many. His teachings and leadership have profoundly impacted many across the world. To celebrate his legacy of love, compassion, and unwavering dedication to serving others, we invite you all to join us in giving him a befitting send-off,”.

“We appreciate your continued support and prayers during this time of mourning. God bless you.

Contributions towards Bishop’s sendoff; MPESA Paybill: 8002501 Account Name: Contributors name

Kiuna’s death

Bishop Kiuna passed away on Tuesday, July 9, 2024, after a long battle with multiple myeloma Cancer.

He was diagnosed with multiple myeloma Cancer in 2018/2019. In December he went public with his condition after he was declared cancer-free.

He founded the Church in 1994 after marrying his wife Rev. Kathy Kiuna. He was the vision bearer and overseer of Jubilee Christina Church.