Orthodox Missionary Fraternity

Orthodox Missionary Fraternity

Keeping the light burning

Let's help the Orthodox missionaries
change the world with the power of the Gospel

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Featured project

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.

€44,000 raised out of goal of €43,000

Testimonials

Pope

Since my early days of pastoral ministry in the spiritual field of Africa, I have remembered the Orthodox Missionary Fraternity supporting the struggle of the Church of Alexandria…

Stories from the Mission

Keeping the light burning

Our mission and vision is to spread the light of Orthodoxy in Burundi and Rwanda, where it seems to have a bright future. The love, hospitality and education I received from you, Greek people, while I studied there, these are the things I strive to give. Our main activity is the dissemination of the Orthodox faith that is the only true faith…

November 16 ,

Who is so great a god as our God?

The young woman who had had a smiling face until the part of catechesis was over but who started feeling uncomfortable from then on. And this turned into body convulsions, inarticulate screams and a fall to the ground at the sight of the sanctified water, before the triple immersion…

October 18

The Apostolic Diamonds in the Country of Gemstones

One of the most significant and difficult achievements of missionary activity is the translation and conveyance of the semantic meanings not only of the sacred texts, but also of the daily prayer practice of the Church into a language which is clear and understood by the newly evangelized peoples or by those who are constantly […]

October 08

An Orthodox church for the Kingdom of Tonga

We consider the construction of churches very important, since for us the Orthodox, along with the preaching of the holy Gospel, it is absolutely necessary to have the Divine Worship as well, particularly the celebration of the Divine Liturgy. The indigenous people are simple, good hearted people with a strong religious feeling and get more impressed by the solemnity of rituals of the Orthodox divine worship, rather than the chattering and shouting of the Christians of other denominations…

September 15

Volunteer stories

Malawi: The fertile field of Christ

Emmanouil Karakousis

The people who consciously convert into Orthodoxy seek the Truth and are tired of the lies of the sects. Indeed, some of the converts raise the questions: Why did Orthodoxy take so long to come to Malawi?

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