Social Projects to Help People From the Low-income Families

Added: 24.02.2016

Social Projects to Help People from Low-income Families

By Ogre Trinity baptist church

Ogre Trinity Baptist Church (OTBD) will celibrate their 50th anniversary in 2016. Since 1985 congregation has grown from 15 to 180 people. 85% from church members are the first generation christians. Sunday service attendance is aproximately 100 people. Our church is planting the new churches in the nearby towns – Rembate and Lielvarde. The church is active in social work through charity shop, humanitarian aid, help for homeless people and low-income families. Also Sunday school, teen and youth ministry, music ministry are quite active in the church.
The Church's mission is to “to be a Christ’s disciple and make others Christ’s disciples in the family, church and everyday life”. In order to fulfil our mission we understand that we need to lead the church members deeper in closer relationships with God and help non-church people to find Jesus Christ as their Lord and Saviour. To do it more effectively there are the projects in near future we hope God will help to realize.

Social projects to help people from the low-income families

Church works with low-income families, homeless people and anybody who is in the need. Our hurch member Mudite Mardoka is working with low-income families and every year organizing camps for 100 children and 100 youth. But after a camp is nessecary to continue to organize events and meetings with the children and their families.
In summer time June to August children are free from school so there is a great possibility to organize camps, Bible schools, events and picnics for them and their families. The aim is to create events where children could be together with the whole family, spending time with their mom and dad.

Contact person

pastor Dainis Pandars,

Ogre Trinity Baptist Church

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