Helping the Persecuted

By |2017-06-08T13:53:57+00:00August 11th, 2014|Categories: Anglican Life|0 Comments

Many have asked how to help those suffering persecution in Iraq, and also in Nigeria and other parts of the world. We’ll use this post to provide some links to information and to groups that help in those areas.


A Christian home in Mosul, Iraq marked with an arabic “n” for “Nazarite” a term used for Christian.

UPDATE: ARDF reaching out to help…

ARDF works with local Anglican provinces.  They are partnering with Archbishop Mouneer and the Province of Jerusalem and the Middle East to offer direct aid to refugees who are in dire need of food and shelter through the local Anglican Church. Click here to find out more. 

Barnabas Fund

Hundreds of thousands of Iraqi Christians face an unprecedented humanitarian crisis after fleeing from ISIS militants who advanced overnight into Christian towns and villages in the Nineveh region. Will you help Barnabas Aid provide our brothers and sisters with aid?

Open Doors International

The world’s largest outreach to persecuted Christians in the most high-risk places

Nigeria, and the World Watch Top Ten Countries with Violence against Christians

The World Watch Top 10 Violence List, which is based on persecution incidents between Nov. 1, 2012, and March 31, 2014, is topped by Nigeria. The others, in order, are: Syria, Egypt, Central African Republic (CAR), Mexico, Pakistan, Colombia, India, Kenya and Iraq.


Greg is the founder of Anglican Pastor. He is an Anglican Priest of the Anglican Church in North America. He served in a non-denominational church before being called into the Anglican church in 2003. He has served as an Associate Pastor, Parish Administrator, and Rector. He currently serves as the Canon to the Ordinary for the Anglican Diocese of the South.

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