EAC | East African Community

The East African Community



The East African Community (EAC) is an intergovernmental organization composed of seven countries in the Great Lakes region of East Africa: Kenya, Uganda, Tanzania, Rwanda, Burundi, South Sudan and the Republic of the Congo. Pastor Joseph Mutua is the General Overseer of ministries working in the EAC and Cornerstone Christian Church, which has over 110 churches located throughout the EAC as well as affiliate churches.


Pastor Joseph & Faith Mutua
EAC | Cornerstone Church


Pastor Joseph Mutua oversees ministries working in the East African Community. He also oversees Cornerstone Christian Church who’s main campus in in Nairobi Kenya. The new campus church and the EAC Regional Center is entering the final stage of construction and will serve as a reginal hub for all the Cornerstone and affiliate churches in the EAC. Conferences held in the new center will provide ministry training and fellowship among leader in the region.


Cornerstone Christian Church and  EAC Associated Churches
Conference Center under construction in Nairobi Kenya


Pastor Henry Kalule oversees two churches Gombe, a municipality in Butambala District in the Central Region of Uganda. Gombe is located approximately 42 miles by road, south-west of Kampala, the capital and largest city of Uganda. Pastor Henry and the local churches in Gombe conduct crusades in the Central Region of Uganda. In the 2023 Pastor Joseph Mutua from Cornerstone Church and the Overseer of the ministries in the EAC will work with Pastor Henry to begin a Bible Institute to the region.


Pastor Henry Kalule, Uganda Overeer


Pastor Festo Mrema oversees the Cornerstone Churches in Tanzinia. Pastor Mrema also assist Pastor Joseph Mutua in planting churches and Bible Institutes in Tanzania and other countries located in the East African Community. Over 25 churches have been planted in Tanzania and the Republic of the Congo. Tanzania is the capital of the East African Community which is located is Arusha, Tanzania. Tanzania has a population of 63.59 million, making it the most populous country located entirely south of the equator. Tanzania is also the home of Mount Kilimanjaro, Africa's highest mountain and the highest single free-standing mountain above sea level in the world.


Pastor Festo Mrema with Bishop/Pastor
Joseph Mutua and wife Faith Mutua

Republic of The Congo

The Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC) it is the second-largest country in Africa and the 11th-largest in the world. With a population of around 108 million. Five new churches have been planted in by Pastor Joseph Mutua who oversees the EAC ministries as well as Kenya and Pastor Mrema who oversees Tanzania. Many apostolic trips are made each year as more churches are being added as ministers are being discipled, trained and educated to oversee the new church plants.

Rwanda, Burundi, South Sudan

Rwanda, Burundi and South Sudan are all part of the East African Community. Plans to plant churches in these EAC countries are part of the vision. Pastor Mutua and other overseers in the EAC are working together to bring this vision to fruition.

Journey Global Missions

Journey Global Missions was inspired by Paul’s missionary journeys to Asia Minor and Europe which played a crucial role in the formation and development of the First Century Church. Today Journey Global Missions continues to embrace the biblical fundamentals of the early Church by assisting and working with the local Church and those sent and supported by the local Church. Paul’s journey, his inspired teachings and instruction which started in the local Church at Antioch were consistent with Matthew 28: 19-20 when Jesus said: “Go, therefore, and make disciples of all the nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father and the Son and the Holy Spirit, teaching them to follow all that I commanded you;”


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