Christians need your urgent prayer and support as conflict escalates in northern Syria

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URGENT: Syria Emergency

 

UPDATE:

The future of Christians in northern Syria hangs in the balance—they still need your urgent prayer and support.

 

Ceasefire has brought respite to the hard-pressed communities in northern Syria – an answer to prayer! And thanks to the amazing response from our supporters, Open Doors’ church partners in the area have been able to respond immediately. 

 

Pastor George has been helping people who fled their homes or were injured in the fighting. He says: “I thank every church inside Syria and internationally who prays for us. I’m grateful for all of you because God heard and protected our city. I ask of you to keep praying for us. Our church is persecuted, they closed us many times.”

  

The recent instability in northern Syria is a reminder of how volatile the situation is in the region. Open Doors has been working through local church partners in Syria from before the war began, and they will continue to provide emergency relief, medical care and pastoral support.

 

It’s thanks to your long-term support and prayers that pastors like George are able to provide for the most vulnerable in their communities – and respond immediately when crises strike. They need their global church family to stand with them now as much as ever. 

 

Please give today.

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Destroyed house in Qamishli, Syria after Turkish attack.

$60 provides an emergency relief pack for a family

Every $60 could provide a vital emergency relief pack for a family in Syria that will enable them to survive for a month.

 

Will you pray and give today – to meet immediate needs and provide longterm for your Christian family in Syria?

Prayer Points

- That the suspension of hostilities will bring lasting peace to the region.

- For protection for all those caught up in the crisis, particularly courageous pastors and church workers providing immediate assistance and pastoral care.

- For the future of the church in Syria: that it will not just survive but be a light in these dark times.