MWB COVID-19 UPDATE

More than ever we need to be the Hands of Jesus in Eastern Europe.

URGENT SUPPORT NEEDED TO COMBAT THE UNPRECEDENTED IMPACT ON OUR FIELD COUNTRIES. 

UPDATES | IN THE FIELD

  • Albania
  • Bosnia-Herzegovina
  • Bulgaria
  • Moldova
  • Romania
  • Ukraine
  • Overcoming obstacles in Moldova

    When meetings were banned across the country, Mission Without Borders Moldova continued to cook food for our regulars at the Soup Kitchen and Street Mercy projects. The warm food was either distr...
  • Update from Moldova

    Prayer request from Moldova: “Yesterday, the number of registered cases with COVID-19 in Moldova rose to 23 which may seem a small number but, considering the thousands of people returning from abroa...
  • Global crisis being felt in Eastern Europe

    The global crisis caused by the coronavirus pandemic has been acutely felt in eastern Ukraine, where the line of contact between government- controlled territory and regions held by Russia-b...
  • Update from Ukraine

    Travelling in Ukraine is really hard. Our Church partners and communities still need our help! Please pray for our Children's Homes who are especially vulnerable in this pandemic. May His Peace and Gr...

We know that the whole world is hurting, that there is need all around us and our hearts and prayers go out to all those who have been affected. 

We want men, women and children, all to be set free from hopelessness and poverty and come into the joy and freedom of knowing Christ – now more than ever, we need to stand as a global community shining God's light into the darkened homes of Eastern Europe. 

Even in crisis our work continues and families, children and the elderly are still relying on our projects to help them overcome poverty. As a mission we want to dig deeper and reach further in giving hope to the vulnerable. 

Despite the implementation of these limitations impacting our work, the needs of the people we serve remain the same, if not greater.  What we know is that in circumstances such as these, it is often the poor and most vulnerable who suffer the most.

Our local staff are continuing to support people as best they can, providing alternative meals to the elderly, where soup kitchens are not taking place, handing out food to the homeless, and keeping in regular phone contact with families they are unable to visit. 

But we need you to continue this work! Please pray for our team in the field but also for our global community who are also struggling. 

If we can be praying and standing with you in this time, let us know!

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