You can help a local pastor and his congregation win their struggle against Covid-19.

Pastors Emergency Fund (Covid-19)

Covid-19 has had a devastating impact around the world. Pastors like Satish and his family work tirelessly to help their communities in the Global South.

When you support the Pastors Emergency Fund you empower pastors to minister to their suffering congregation and strengthen the witness of God in their community.

  • In many villages, rural areas and cities, pastors not only lead congregations, they are the community leaders.
  • When disaster strikes, they calm fears, organize rescue plans and encourage cooperation.
  • In the midst of hunger, they support the organizing of food distribution.
  • Pastors help the coordination of whatever healthcare services may be provided.
  • When mistrust rains, they help educate and guide their community to do what’s needed.
  • In the midst of crises, they’re an influential voice for hope… for God.
How Funds Are Used

Your donation will be provided to the national evangelical alliance in the Global South and distribution will be directly and securely made by the national alliance leader to pastors of local churches in greatest need.

Yes, I Want To Help Pastors Fighting The Impact of the Pandemic on Their Congregation and Community.

Note: $42 is the est. needed subsidy to fuel the good work of one pastor for one month.

*NOTE: The Global South generally includes Asia (except Japan, Hong Kong, Macau, Singapore, South Korea and Taiwan), Central America, South America, Mexico, Africa, and the Middle East (except Israel).  For more information call: 1-212-233-3046 or email wea@worldea.org.

The WEA is a network of churches in more than 130 nations that have joined to give a worldwide identity, voice and platform to more than 600 million evangelical Christians. Our work focusses on evangelism, church leader discipleship and advocacy for critical causes such as religious freedom and persecution, human trafficking, peace & reconciliation, refugees, creation care, relief and development. WEA enjoys special status with the United Nations and diplomatic type access to world political leaders to advocate for change. Visit worldea.org to learn more.

WEA has been a charter member of the Evangelical Council for Financial Accountability since 1980. WEA is audited annually by an independent public accounting firm. WEA is a registered 501(c)(3) non-profit organization. In the United States, your contribution is tax-deductible to the extent allowed by law.

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World Evangelical Alliance | P.O. Box 7099 | Deerfield, IL 60015 | United States | Phone: 212-233-3046 | Email: wea@worldea.org

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