Angaza Discovery Camp

An Opportunity for Students to Experience God's Love in a New Way




What is Angaza?

Angaza is a two-week discipleship camp located on the coast of Kenya for all sixth-grade MOHI students.

Through Bible studies, worship, and extended time in nature, students have the opportunity to experience Jesus in new ways and expand their imaginations about how they can use their lives to make the world a better place.

An emphasis is made on increasing creative and critical thinking skills so that the students feel empowered to move beyond their situations and increase their affections, loyalties and responsibilities toward God, others, themselves, and creation.

What Makes Angaza Unique?


Every detail is about the children. Each child that walks through the gates of Angaza spends twelve days being the center of a carefully planned program that reveals the love of Jesus and their value as a person. 

Time and Space

Removing students from their normal, day-to-day routines and environments for an extended period of time is a key aspect of Angaza.

Going through the Bible covenants and stories at one time period and having the space and time to fully understand them gives our campers what they need to make a life long commitment to Jesus.


Camp mentors are trained, discipled and prepared to use every opportunity that arises to point campers to Jesus.

The majority of mentors are MOHI graduates. Having grown up in impoverished communities themselves and having been through the same challenging circumstances, the mentors are able to connect with, encourage, and guide the campers.

Creation Care

Angaza helps the children understand the problematic realities of the current ecological crisis while providing hopefulness to address these problems through a biblically-based curriculum and a hands-on experiential education.

Students who participate in this camp will learn how God has given the land for humanity to care for it. This creation-awareness will be emphasized through worship and experiential education.

Help Send Students to Angaza Discovery Camp

The Results Are Transformational


Baptisms Yearly


Campers Yearly


Camp Mentors

Angaza Stories

Angaza Opening

A lot of work went into getting the camp ready to host its first group of students and the vision was actualized when the camp opened on Monday, October 18th!

Peter's Story

Peter was part of the group that spent two weeks at the Angaza Discovery Camp in early March. He was one of six boys assigned to camp mentor Simon.

Lucy's Story

Lucy trained to become a camp counselor. With the money she earns from working at the camp, she plans to save it to sustain herself once she joins university.

Help Support the Angaza Discovery Camp

Every $300 raised sends one student to camp for two weeks.