Contact

For general questions please contact us at: office@kansas2kenya.com

K2K Director

Deacon Jim Cummins
jcumminskc@gmail.com
My first mission trip to East Africa was in 2000. The people have been in my heart ever since. I have been back almost every year since 2000, participating in or leading mission trips. Kansas to Kenya is a gift from God for the people of Kenya, but also for the people of the Diocese of Kansas. I consider myself blessed to have the opportunity to work on such an incredible and  worthwhile endeavor with such a great team of dedicated Christians.

K2K Community Leaders

Pat ParkerPat Parker
topeka@kansas2kenya.com

 

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Diane Kruger
wichita@kansas2kenya.com

“I was so incredibly moved by my first trip to serve the people of Kenya, I cannot find words to describe. I was changed in a very integral manner. I stepped outside my small little comfort zone, and did something I had only dreamed of doing…God moved me in such a way, that I cannot imagine not doing this work today…  K2K’s programs have made a vital impact on the people and community, as I have witnessed over the past 5 years of involvement in both Community and Medical Teams. Every day I give thanks to God for giving me the desire in my heart, the strength in my body, and the resources around me continue the strong work we have srtarted, and helping to bring hope for a brighter future for the next generation. 

K2K Community Chaplains

The Rev. Rob Baldwin
rb@trinitylawrence.org

 

 


The Rev. Andrew O’Connor
frandrewoconnor@gmail.com

I made my first trip to Kenya to serve the people of Maai Mahiu in the summer of 2010 and my life was changed forever. I traveled with some of the most talented, skillful, and faithful folks—experts in various field of community development—and wondered what I might contribute to the team. My anxiety was relieved, in spite of witnessing the great poverty and the great need we encountered, in the joy of being present as a brother in Christ to the people for whom and with whom we ministered. I received incredible gifts of openness and faithfulness from our partners in Maai Mahiu and look forward to continuing the good work K2K has begun in Kenya.


Deacon Fran Wheeler
frances.wheeler11@gmail.com
My first time visiting Kenya was an extremely humbling, gracious, and joyous experience. The team’s time spent during our visit was most certainly meaningful, effective, and sogratefully appreciated. Visits with people of all ages seemed to
glow with a delight in each other’s presence, and an inspiration of God’s hope.

 

K2K Sustainable Development Goal Coordinators

1. Poverty and Hunger

2. Universal Education

3. Gender Equality

4. Child Health

5. Maternal Health

6. Diseases (HIV/AIDS, TB, etc.)

7. Environment/Sustainable Agriculture

8. Global Partnerships to Achieve SDGs

K2K Steering Committee

office@kansas2kenya.com

Mrs. Jennifer Allen

Mr. Gary Chubb

Deacon Jim Cummins, Director

Mr. Joe Bob Lake, Chairperson

Mr. John Osborne

Mr. Jerry Palmer

Mr. Robert Parker


K2K Administrative Staff 

 

I made my first trip to Kenya to serve the people of Maai Mahiu in the summer of 2010 and my life was changed forever. I traveled with some of the most talented, skillful, and faithful folks—experts in various field of community development—and wondered what I might contribute to the team. My anxiety was relieved, in spite of witnessing the great poverty and the great need we encountered, in the joy of being present as a brother in Christ to the people for whom and with whom we ministered. I received incredible gifts of openness and faithfulness from our partners in Maai Mahiu and look forward to continuing the good work K2K has begun in Kenya.

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