Ndwiga Kigundu was a pioneer Adventist teacher, evangelist, and pastor in Kenya.
Mary Kilel was a Kenyan missionary nurse to Uganda, a lay evangelist, and a leader of the youth movement in Nandi in Western Kenya.
Samuel Kimkum brought the Adventist faith to the Sabaot people of the Mt. Elgon area in Western Kenya. Even though he never became an Adventist himself, his resources and enthusiasm helped establish Adventism among the Sabaot people of Mt. Elgon area. A firm believer in the Adventist teachings and faith, Kimkung somehow never got around to join the Adventist Church but encouraged all his children and multiple wives to become Adventists.
Peter Kariuki was a leading lay evangelist and Bible worker in Central Kenya.
Harrison Kung’u was a pioneer Adventist pastor, church planter, and builder.
Pastor Joseph Ngila Kyale was a pioneer Adventist teacher and pastor. He goes down in history as the first Kenyan pastor to qualify with a B.A. degree in Theology when he graduated in 1962 from Solusi College.
Don Lale and his wife Ann were Adventist teachers serving as missionaries in Zimbabwe when in 1981 they were brutally murdered by suspected Mozambican rebels in a dawn attack at the school where they taught. The rebels were carrying out reprisals against an attack by South African forces, and the Lales were innocent victims of their rage.
Dr. George Madgwick was the first full-time missionary physician who began his missionary work in Kenya.
Pastor Jackson Kiplel Maiyo was a pioneer Nandi evangelist, teacher, pastor, translator, and church administrator.
Kiliopa (Cleophas) Masai was a pioneer evangelist and the first Nandi person to enter fulltime ministry as a pastor.
Haruni Kija Mashigani belongs to the first generation of National Adventist leaders in Tanzania. He was among key leaders of the Post-Independence Seventh-day Adventist Church in Tanzania.
Ezekel Kimenjo Maswai was the foremost Adventist evangelist and leader in the formative years of the denomination among the Nandi people of western Kenya.
Maxwell Adventist Academy is a co-education boarding school in Nairobi, Kenya, that caters to learners from the ages of 12 to 18. The school, previously known as Maxwell Preparatory School and before that Nairobi Adventist School, was founded in 1947.
Constance Mary Maxwell was a missionary to Kenya, arriving in 1920 and serving until her death in 1942. She was the wife of Spencer George Maxwell, who served as superintendent of the East Africa Union before moving to Blantyre after her death in Kenya.
Spencer Maxwell was a pioneer missionary to East, Central, and Southern Africa. As soon as he arrived in Africa, Spencer Maxwell displayed unusual eagerness to carry out mission work. He established the work in many unentered areas, pioneered many mission stations, fields and conferences, travelled great distances, and braved grave dangers in what would be a four-decade missionary sojourn in Africa.
Byron ‘Lee’ Lowell Morse was a pioneer missionary to Kenya, educator, and church administrator.
Founded in 1937, Nairobi Central Church was the second church to be established in Kenya, but it soon became the main center of the goings-on in the Adventist church in Kenya.
Chief Mlevu Ndlovu was a traditional leader of the Kalanga people and a trustworthy friend of the Adventist pioneers of Solusi Mission in Southern Rhodesia (now Zimbabwe).
Benjamin Chepkwony araap Ng’etich, a pioneer Adventist worker in Kenya, was born in 1919 at Nyabangi village in Belgut in Kericho’s Location 1, Kiptere.
Harrison Kamande Njuguna was as an active member of the SDA Church at Mombasa and a leading choir leader in Kenya.