Nurses Christian Fellowship in Africa

Nurses Christian Fellowship currently has contacts in the following countries of Africa:

Nigeria, Cameroon, Ghana,  Zambia, Benin, Liberia, Sierra Leone.


Africa Regional Conference 2018

The AFRICA  Regional Conference was held in  Jos Plateau, Central Nigeria, on the 9th to 13th December 2018.  The venue  was Hill Station Hotel, Jos.

THEME:  Meeting Africa’s Health Needs, the Role of the Christian Nurse.  Matthew 9:36


Go to Conference page for more photos and full report


The next generation of Christian nurses in Nigeria

The 6th Annual Next Generation conference 2017 of FCN Nigeria

Since 2012, FCN Nigeria has kept faith with the annual conferences with more students attending.  The 2017 annual conference was very unique as it was hosted following the resolution by the national leadership of FCN Nigeria to widen the scope of the forum to embrace young Christian nurses that have graduated in line with the concept of the Nurses Christian Fellowship International (NCFI). For the first time, the conference was held under the auspices of the ‘Next Generation’ and participants were filled with joy and excitement to be part of this development.

The Fellowship of Christian Nurses, Nigeria (FCN) was established in 1960 at the Vom Christian Hospital located in Plateau State, North Central Nigeria was primarily a student fellowship. Students from some Christian mission hospitals across various part of northern Nigeria who were former members of the Fellowship of Christian Students (FCS) between 1957 and 1960 constituted the bedrock of the fellowship when formed.  Later, registered nurses got attracted and involved in the activities of the fellowship due to the uniqueness and peculiarity of the fellowship to Christian Nurses and Christian Nursing.


NCF in Sierra Leone

A growing NCF in Sierra Leone are working toward becoming a member country of NCFI






Contact the Africa Region Chair