Let us not forget

Dear Brothers,

I greet you in the name of our Lord Jesus Christ. I dare appeal to the charitable feelings of the Orthodox Missionary Fraternity, wishing its members and friends good health by the grace of the Holy Triune God.

As you certainly know, the economic problems we have to face are many. We struggle hard daily in order to be able to meet our current needs…

We are unable to pay the salaries of the teachers at our Orthodox schools. There is no public education here and our needy brothers could not possibly afford to pay the tuition fees. It is also absolutely necessary that we cover inpatient hospital care. There are many poor indigenous brothers in our region who come in tears asking us to pay the costs so they can go to hospital. Also, we should not forget the medical clinic you funded in the Shamana area, the heart of the Congolese jungle, which may be a caring nest for our brothers who live isolated there, but naturally, it has its own operating expenses. It is imperative that we find the amount of € 10,000 in order to cover the cost of the aforementioned needs.

We wholeheartedly thank all of you for your unconditional love, and humbly we pray that the Good God will always give you His abundant blessings.

† Nikiphoros of Kinshasa

Δείτε περισσότερα

Orthodox Mission #33

The new September 2020 anniversary issue (#250 in the Greek edition) is now available for you to read with news and reports

Orthodox Mission #32

The new summer issue of the Orthodox Mission magazine is out with news and reports from 14 missionary regions in Africa, Asia

In the Footsteps of a Saint

The natives are simple-hearted, kind people with a wide smile. They open their arms to embrace you, and you, the “muzungu”, can see straight into their heart, their pure, undefiled soul, the vast world of love, the creation of the Master Artist, the image of God…