Orthodox Missionary Fraternity

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Nursery/Primary School in Karmem, Benue, Nigeria

We are building a school to accommodate 400 young pupils in Benue, Nigeria. Let’s help them leave the strawhuts behind.

19,000 raised from goal of 43,000 €


Since I remember myself ministering in the spiritual field of Africa, I recollect the Orthodox Missionary Fraternity supporting the struggle of the Church of Alexandria…

- Patriarch Theodore II of Alexandria & all Africa

With meager means, your Fraternity started a struggle of many difficulties, pains and sacrifices. And today, you are in the first line to give the best and most valuable, to comfort, spiritually and materially, our suffering, disprivileged, downtrodden brothers. And you pulled it off. You have faith and firmness in your aims and pursuits...

- Metropolitan Makarios of Kenya

We, the Ugandans, are grateful to your Fraternity as it was the first one to support the Church in Uganda, and has been by our side ever since at all costs, showing great understanding and admirable patience, being a modest helper and supporter throughout its course...

- Bishop Innocentios of Burundi & Rwanda

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Stories from the Mission


Five joyful and hopeful events on the course of Orthodox testimony in Korea

March 17 ()

Baptisms, ordinations and editions set the basis for further expansion of the orthodox testimony in the country of “Morning Serenity”


Two years of missionary ministry in Burundi & Rwanda

Both Burundi and Rwanda – even more in Rwanda – embraced Orthodoxy with great love. Simple-hearted people, however, despite their simple-heartedness, their questions about the teachings of our Church are anything but simplistic…

Experiences from South Sudan

For the blessing of water service we had no censer available, so to give a rough and ready solution, the only thing I could find handy was a magazine of bullets from a kalashnikov…

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April 01


New baptisms in the Orthodox community of Nias island in Indonesia. Fr. Chrysostomos Manalu visited the faithful and catechumens on the island and baptized 28 of them, who partook the Holy Communion in the Divine Liturgy that followed. The lack of missionaries in the area is immense and in the absence of a priest our communities are unable to commune for as long as a year…

March 11


One more container full of emergency food and items of humanitarian aid arrived in Sierra Leone, funded by P4K USA and put together by our warehouse in Philyron. Thanks to everyone who supported this effort to relieve our suffering brothers.

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