Orthodox Missionary Fraternity

The new Orthodox Mission issue is out!

With reports from 11 missionary regions

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What we do

With your own assistance, we have been supporting the Orthodox Missions for 55 years, so that it can bring comfort to people. Our main programs are:


Bishop Panteleimon of Brazzaville & Gabon

The contribution of the Orthodox Missionary Fraternity, which with godly zeal stands by the pioneers of the saving word of the gospel in their laborious struggles, has been crucial for the sowing of the Orthodox faith and the relief of our suffering fellow men in the continent of the future…

Bishop Innocentios of Burundi & Rwanda

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…

Patriarch Theodore II of Alexandria & all Africa

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…

5 ways to help

We all have something to offer. Discover the way most comfortable to you and become a partner of the Orthodox Missions today.


Wishes from the Ecumenical Patriarch

We joyfully received the wishes of the Ecumenical Patriarch on the election of the new BoD of our Fraternity.

Wishes from the Patriarch of Alexandria

We joyfully received the wishes of the Patriarch of Alexandria on the election of the new BoD of our Fraternity.

Metropolitan Ignatios of Pentapolis falls asleep

The funeral service will take place on Saturday 11th November in Saint Nicholas church in Pefkakia, Athens

Holy Christmas in Calcutta

When I decided to come to India-specifically to the orphanage of the Orthodox Church in Calcutta- and I announced it to my friends, they all asked me the same question: “Where will you spend your Christmas? At least, will you have any relatives there?” And I replied, “Yes, I will have my aunt, Sister Nektaria”.

Mission stories

Raising hope

4 April 2018

This year, I hope, God willing, to have the construction of the classrooms at St. Athanasius School completed so that next year we can go on with the construction of the next school. We need three classrooms, which will cost 1,800 euro each…

Medical Clinic Operation in Iringa

With our humble abilities and with timid steps, we began operating the medical clinic in our missionary center in Kidamali, Iringa, to which crowds of ailing people arrive on foot from the surrounding areas…

Responsibilities and tasks of the Orthodox clergy

23 February 2018

Great and true missionary is not the one who conveys faith with words, but the one who lives it. The one who prays with tears in front of the icon of Christ and the Virgin Mary that God will enlighten all people to return to the Mother Church. The Orthodox Church is open to all people. It embraces and expects everyone to move forward and respond to the call of Christ Himself, thus becoming partakers of this heavenly calling: «Come and see!»…

Relief Mission Aid

16 February 2018

The whole sight reminded of a biblical disaster, since there was neither a green leaf in the surrounding trees nor any other vegetation. When we arrived, we stood in front of the Maasai huts, made of dry grass. The first to come out were the women followed by the little children. The whole spectacle was shocking. The people were really starving…

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