Humanitarian

About Us

Natural disasters and impoverished circumstances make daily life an unbearable activity for millions of people. The World Olivet Assembly Humanitarian Ministry works to bring comfort and encouragement to those affected by such circumstances through the offering of food, shelter and medical assistance.

WOA’s Humanitarian Ministry carries out its work by mobilizing staff members and volunteers for emergency and long term relief activities. For emergency situations, the ministry usually carries out an initial inspection of the disaster to determine the type of response that is needed, whether a team will be sent out and/or an appeal will be launched. In many circumstances, WOA’s humanitarian arm coordinates with other relief agencies to share responsibilities and resources.

The Humanitarian Ministry’s staff are located in over 40 countries around the world and holds regular events to promote awareness of its work.

Purpose

The Humanitarian Ministry of the World Olivet Assembly brings relief to people struck by emergencies or living in poverty around the world. The ministry seeks to fulfill God's calling to serve the least among us by providing living essentials and emotional counseling to those in need.

Related Links

Barnabas Relief Fund

Events
  • 31
    Dec
    New Year Service

    To welcome New Year 2020 in prayer of gratitude and praise to God, World Olivet Assembly churches around the world gather at midnight to give service as first thing in New Year's Day.

  • 23
    Dec
    Christmas Retreat

    Birth of Christ has changed history of the world, he was light that came into darkness. In order to meditate on meaning of Jesus birth in to this world WOA congregations come together in a retreat to study the Bible passages depicting the birth of Son of God and Savior.

  • 28
    Nov
    Thanksgiving Service 2019

    Following the tradition of pilgrims as Christians we give thanks for blessings and provisions from our Heavenly Father God.

Devotion

Paul’s attitude and philosophy of his mission work are clearly stated in this verse; he served and worked as “a servant of Christ.” A servant, doulos in Greek, was a term Paul used to indicate his self-identity as he served the Lord.
A voluntary life of devotion and sacrifice for God's Kingdom was a basis of every work he did. He confessed, "Though I am free and belong to no man, I make myself a slave to everyone...

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