The Programme for Christian-Muslim Relations in Africa (PROCMURA) is the one and only pan African Christian organisation with a specific focus on Christians’ constructive relations with Muslims in witness and for peace and peaceful co-existence. Founded in 1959 PROCMURA’s constituencies are made up of Protestant, Anglican, Orthodox, Evangelicals and African Instituted (Independent) Churches. It does have Catholics in its constituencies some of who have served in various capacities within the PROCMURA family. The Programme for Christian-Muslim Relations in Africa is currently well established in 20 countries in East, West, Central and Southern Africa and operates in ten more countries where it is not yet well established.

Vision Statement

A continent where Christian and Muslim communities in spite of their differences, work together for justice, peace and reconciliation, towards the holistic development of the human family and the environment.

Mission Statement

Faithful Christian witness to the Gospel in an interfaith environment of Christians and Muslims that respects the spirit of good neighbourliness and Christian constructive engagement with Muslims for peace and peaceful coexistence.

Overall Goal

To see an African continent where Christians and Muslims uphold the principles of religious freedom and all that it entails; constructively relate to promote peace in the society and peaceful coexistence between Christian and Muslim communities; jointly respond to environmental challenges.

PROCMURA's 18th General Council

The Programme for Christian-Muslim Relations in Africa (PROCMURA) has partenered with the Anglican Church of Kenya (ACK) Diocese of Mombasa to host its 18th General Council from the 5th to 13th of April, 2024.  

The upcoming General Council takes a unique approach, departing from the traditional format to embrace a more inclusive approach that welcomes active participation of various stakeholders through various workshops and activities set to run before and after the official General Council meeting at the Milele Beach Resort (owned by the Presbyterian Church of East Africa PCEA) in Mombasa, Kenya.


 Bishop Alphonse Mwaro and the Team Leader of PROCMURA Ms. Joy Wandabwa after the planning meeting at the ACK Diocese



A group photo of the church leaders from the ACK Diocese of Mombasa led by Bishop Alphonse Mwaro and the


The Programme for Christian-Muslim Relations in Africa (PROCMURA) is set to host its 18th General Council in partnership with the


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Programme for Christian-Muslim Relations in Africa (PROCMURA),
P.O. Box 66099 – 00800 Nairobi
Prof. Saitoti Avenue, Westlands,
Phone: +254 (020) 444 5181 / 445 1342,
Email: [email protected]

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