To Protect and Provide for
Alliance Church Refugees from Syria

Friday 25th May 2012 brought one of the worst massacres in Syria’s 14 month-long uprising in the village of Taldou, near the town of Houla in Syria’s Homs province. It has been confirmed that in this instance alone, at least 108 people were killed, including 49 children and 34 women.

Thousands of families fled the city of Homs to find refuge in relatively safe areas; some do not get a chance to pack any belongings.

The Evangelical Christian Alliance Church is trying to reach out to the needy families who have had to

praying like never before and truly trusting the sovereign and good hand of our Lord. As a result, they see the word of the Lord spreading all over the country and many are coming to know the salvation of the Lord.

We would like to say a big 'thank you' to everyone who gave to the work in Syria. So far we have raised £1,861.

For the latest update on the project click here.

stay in the city. One Alliance Pastor and his wife continues to live in the city to help the church family and others in their area.

Churches in Damascus and Daraa have begun relief work in the cities and in the villages surrounding those areas.

Despite their struggle, the Church in Syria is

If you would like to find out more about this project or make a gift please contact the Director's office