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Embrace the Middle East

The painting in our page header is by Haverfordwest artist Anthony Steele-Morgan. Its title is "News from the Balkans". It was chosen as our emblem because it is so evocative of the horror of the war in Kosovo from which the inspiration for the founding of Christian Rebuild grew.

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Christian Rebuild helps church-run projects and Christian individuals in 'second-world' countries.

Although inspired by the need to continue the good work of the Congregational Federation's one-off appeals for Christian projects in Eastern Europe, Christian Rebuild is run by independent trustees from more than one Congregational tradition. It helps Churches of all denominations, but gives preference to those of Congregational style.

Christian Rebuild started work by aiding the Evangelical (Congregational) Church in Sarandë (Albania) and a student member of the Armenian Evangelical Church in Lebanon.

Food being delivered to Kosovan refugees in Sarande, AlbaniaChurch-run Projects

Christian Rebuild seeks to support Congregational-style and other Churches in their community outreach. It will consider helping with the costs of relief work, youth and children's work, building projects, transport, schools, orphanages, staff pay, administration costs and overseas travel. The picture on the right shows food being delivered to Kosovan refugees in Sarandë (Albania).

Marina, a third-year university student in Beirut (Lebanon) who is receiving support from Christian RebuildIndividuals

Christian Rebuild also seeks to help individuals. Individuals have to be recommended by a Trustee or a partner Church. Aid to them may be educational and health costs or exceptional relief.

The picture on the right shows Marina, from Beirut, Lebanon. She was the first individual to receive help from Christian Rebuild, which gave aid to the cost of her university education. She graduated in 2004 and is now secretary to one of Lebanon's leading psychiatrists.

Christian Rebuild is a Registered Charity (no. 1104712).

 

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