Appendix 5 Research Survey Results, Mavuno Church

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Table A5.1

Age of respondents

Frequency

Percentage

below 12 years

5

1.7%

13–19 years

8

2.7%

20–29 years

156

52.0%

30–39 years

89

29.7%

40–49 years

33

11.0%

50–59 years

9

3.0%

Total

300

100.0%

Table A5.2

Gender of respondents

Frequency

Percentage

Male

118

39.3%

Female

182

60.7%

Total

300

100.0%

Table A5.3

Respondent’s province of origin

Frequency

Percentage

Nairobi

143

47.7%

Central

39

13.0%

Eastern

31

10.3%

North Eastern

2

0

.7%

Nyanza

18

6.0%

Coast

15

5.0%

Rift Valley

31

10.3%

Western

16

5.3%

Outside Kenya

5

1.6%

Total

300

100.0%

Table A5.4

Respondents’ mother tongue

Frequency

Percentage

Kiswahili

28

9.3%

English

16

5.3%

Kikuyu

103

34.3%

Kamba

24

8.0%

Ekegusii

9

3.0%

Kimeru

17

5.7%

Dholuo

35

11.7%

Kalenjin

19

6.3%

Maasai

3

1.0%

Ololuyia

24

8.0%

Samburu

3

1.0%

Mijikenda

5

1.7%

Others

14

4.7%

Total

300

100.0%

Table A5.5

The respondent’s family religious affiliations

Frequency

Percentage

Pentecostal

94

31.3%

Anglican

63

21.0%

Hindu

1

0.3%

Evangelical and Non-Pentecostal

27

9.0%

Catholic

70

23.3%

Lutheran

7

2.3%

Muslim

3

1.0%

African traditional

9

3.0%

No religion

7

2.3%

Others

18

6.3%

Total

300

100.0%

Table A5.6

Respondents’ academic qualifications

Frequency

Percentage

Not completed primary school

2

0.7%

Primary school

3

1.0%

Secondary school

20

6.7%

College certificate

19

6.6%

College diploma

50

16.7%

Bachelor degree

134

44.7%

Graduate degree

65

21.7%

Doctorate degree

6

2.0%

Total

300

100.0%

Table A5.7

Respondents’ employment status

Frequency

Percentage

Employed within government sector

31

10.3%

Employed within business sector

97

32.3%

Employed within media sector

8

2.7%

Employed within education or health sector

12

4.0%

Employed within church/Para-church/ngo

20

6.7%

Employed as driver, gardener or house help

3

1.0%

Self employed/business owner

56

18.7%

Not employed-looking for work

34

11.3%

House wife

9

3.0%

Student-in school

27

9.0%

Others

3

1.0%

Total

300

100.0%

Table A5.8

Respondents’ nature of affiliation with Mavuno

Frequency

Percentage

Occasional visitor, member of other church

19

6.3%

Occasional visitor, not member of other church

20

6.7%

Regular visitor, member of other church

49

16.3%

Regular visitor, not member of other church

44

14.7%

Member of Mavuno life-group

86

28.7%

Mavuno associate

76

25.3%

Mavuno staff member

6

2.0%

Total

300

100.0%

Table A5.9

The respondents’ duration of affiliation with Mavuno

Frequency

Percentage

Less than 1 year

82

27.3%

1–3 years

96

32.0%

3–5 years

64

21.3%

More than 5 years

50

16.7%

Not affiliated

8

2.7%

Total

300

100.0%

Table A5.10

The respondents’ levels of satisfaction with Mavuno church services

Frequency

Percentage

Very dissatisfied

1

0.3%

Not satisfied

6

2.0%

Neutral

18

6.0%

Satisfied

150

50.0%

Very satisfied

125

41.7%

Total

300

100.0%

Table A5.11

The respondents’ levels of satisfaction with Mavuno worship music

Frequency

Percentage

Very dissatisfied

4

1.3%

Not satisfied

20

6.7%

Neutral

48

16.0%

Satisfied

121

40.3%

Very satisfied

107

35.7%

Total

300

100.0%

Table A5.12

Respondents’ experience of intimacy with God, self and others (multiple choice)

Frequency

Percentage

God the Father

130

43.3%

Jesus

87

29.0%

The Holy Spirit

115

38.3%

Congregation

11

3.7%

Self

14

4.7%

Table A5.13

Respondents’ appreciation of service elements (multiple choice)

Frequency

Percentage

Praise & Worship

79

26.3%

Prayer

31

10.3%

Sermon

203

67.7%

Fellowship

76

25.3%

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