Rev. Julius Gitau Kiagiri

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Sunrise: 08/03/1947 – Sunset: 15/06/2022

The leadership of Thika Road Baptist Church Ministries wishes to announce
the homegoing of Rev. Julius Gitau Kiagiri on 15th June, 2022.

Husband to Kathleen Wong Kiagiri of Thika Road Christian Schools. Father of Christopher Kiagiri and Ruth Wamunga. Father-in-law to Wavinya and Allen. Grandfather to Kayla and Kian.

Services are continuing at Thika Road Baptist Church in the following order: Tuesday, 6.00pm, Wednesday, 5.00pm; and a memorial service on Friday at 4.00pm.

The cortege leaves Montezuma Monalisa Funeral Home, Kabati, at 8.00am on Saturday 25th June, 2022 for burial at his Mathare-ini home, Kigumo Sub-county, Murang’a County.

2nd Timothy 4:7 “I have fought a good fight, I have finished my course, I have kept the faith.”

 

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10 replies
  1. Dr Winfred Wanjiku Gitonga
    Dr Winfred Wanjiku Gitonga says:

    The passing on of Rev. Julius Kiagiri is sad BUT God has rested him well. We miss the great sermons and the impact he left in the hearts of many. May his soul test in eternal peace. We thank God for the years he gave him to us and RIP till we meet again.

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  2. Michael WANYOIKE
    Michael WANYOIKE says:

    I remember his Sunday evening services them days with warm memories.

    May Gods servant rest in His eternal embrace.

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  3. Michael Wanyoike
    Michael Wanyoike says:

    I was greatly challenged by the magnitude and direction of his ministry. So, so massive. Big school, big church, big vision.

    And his Sunday evening sermons I used to attend a decade ago. Just great!

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  4. Gaudencia Kamire
    Gaudencia Kamire says:

    Pastor and my Late Dad Patrick Kamire were very good friends. My family and I are greatly saddened by this news. May his soul Rest In Peace.

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  5. Beatrice Irungu
    Beatrice Irungu says:

    Pastor Kiagiri, thank you for honoring God’s calling in your life. You made an impact in our lives as a family through your teachings and life. Rest in eternal peace 🙏🏾

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  6. Hungu Gathaara
    Hungu Gathaara says:

    I have listened to Pastor Julius Kiagiri’s sermons for over thirty years. I have not heard a preacher who studied and researched the subject he preached on as did Pastor Kiagiri. He has now gone to receive his reward. We will soon see him.

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  7. Aggrey Munoko
    Aggrey Munoko says:

    May Rev. Kiagiri’s soul rest in eternal peace. To be absent from here is to be present with the Lord! To Mrs. K. Kiagiri and family we say the Lord is able. Hang in there.

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  8. Dan MacAvoy
    Dan MacAvoy says:

    Janice and I last saw Pastor Kiagiri 40 years ago. I remember him with fond appreciation. Our prayers are for family and loved ones in your grief. God bless each of you.
    “The LORD bless thee, and keep thee: The LORD make his face shine upon thee, and be gracious unto thee: The LORD lift up his countenance upon thee, and give thee peace.” (Num. 6:24–26)

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  9. Mwamgi
    Mwamgi says:

    It was with great sadness that I come to know of his passing. I remember of his great preaching with all the nolstagia and I can really his great and warm smile. Rest in place
    rev. Julius

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  10. Rev. Dr. Githumbi
    Rev. Dr. Githumbi says:

    We wish to register our sincerely and heartfelf condolenses to Mrs. Kiagiri. We did not know of Rev. Kiagiris passing 3 months ago. He was a consistent Bible teacher and led by life and example. He touched many lives by his leadership.

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