Solidarity with the Persecuted Church

Solidarity with the Persecuted Church

Solidarity with the Persecuted Church exists to share the generosity of the Christian people with the Church in countries where it confronts religious persecution.

Rebuilding Christian Villages in Iraq

The Islamic State occupation of Iraq’s Nineveh Plain devastated the Christian presence. Now that Many Christian villages have been liberated, the Christians are eager to return home. Join Solidarity with the Persecuted Church in rebuilding these Christian villages.

Nineveh Plain, Iraq

The Holy Family Center

The Holy Family Center in Erbil helps create jobs for displaced families and cares for newborn children in order to create a stable family environment allowing them to remain together and prosperous even in an otherwise desperate situation.

Erbil, Iraq

Parishes in Exile

25 Syriac Christian Parishes are living as exiles in Northern Iraq. These communities, mostly Orthodox and Syriac Catholic, are struggling to rebuild their lives as refugees while they await n eventual return to their ancient homelands.

Dohuk, Iraq

Rebuild the Nigerian Church

For over six years Nigeria has been fighting a vicious radical Islamic insurgency, Boko Haram. In a nation which is over half Christian, Churches have been destroyed, girls have been kidnapped, forced to convert to Islam, or slaughtered outright. Finally, Nigeria is able to begin focusing on a long road to reconstruction, but the Church needs help rebuilding parishes, and caring for the hundreds of thousands displaced by Boko Haram.

The Nigerian Church

The Little Angels Orphanage

Orphans caused by the 220,000 deaths due to the Syrian civil war may have a future at the “Little Angel’s” orphanage on the outskirts of Damascus, Syria.  Patriarch Aphrem of the Syrian Orthodox church has recently acquired a property that he intends as a place to care for Syria’s orphans.

The Little Angels Orphanage

SPC Updates

THE COURAGE OF CHRISTIANS


November 16, 2017 /

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