Orthodox Missionary Fraternity

Orthodox Missionary Fraternity

‘I was hungry and you gave me to eat’

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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

Fr.Themi_

Without the Orthodox Missionary Fraternity, many of the projects which we have implemented in Sierra Leone would not have been possible. Your support has been invaluable and irreplaceable…

-Fr. Themistocles Adamopoulos, chief missionary in Sierra Leone

Stories from the Mission

‘I was hungry and you gave me to eat’

We are located in one of the poorest nations on this planet, recovering from a long and barbaric civil war, a deadly Ebola outbreak and catastrophic floods. Therefore the obligation to feed the hungry becomes an imperative tenet of our Mission’s practical theology…

July 23

From Gabon to the Congolese jungle

In this gathering, we laid for veneration a fragment of the holy relics of Saint Luke of Simferopol and Crimea, which we had brought along for the blessing of the faithful. In the end, we gave out to everyone a book containing the Divine Liturgy of Saint John Chrysostom translated into French…

Flooding of temptations and blessings

At some point, I decided to move and cross the road in the jeep, but I risked being carried away by the water stream when a sea of water fell upon the car and the cabin got flooded…

May 19

Educational Sponsorship: Sponsoring lives

This program of «educational sponsorships” is a God-pleasing work that not only helps each student individually, but it also generally contributes to raising the education level of our African brothers…

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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