Ukraine Refugee Relief

Converge Relief Fund

A World Relief Fund has been established to allow Converge to assist the Ukrainian people. This fund will help provide relief for gospel leaders and others who remain within the Ukrainian borders and people who are displaced.  

If your church has a global relief fund, consider donating now. If you receive a special offering, Converge will help administer the funds you raise. There will be no service fee for donations given to this fund.

You can designate Ukraine Fund when you give to Emmanuel Church or

you can give through Converge click here

Project Code# P00010705
Project Name: World Relief-Ukraine Fund


Pray for the people of Ukraine and read and be reminded about our connections with them.


Samaritans Purse Emergency Field Hospital Airlifted to Besieged Ukraine

The world continues to be horrified by images of death and destruction coming out of Ukraine, a catastrophe we have not witnessed in Europe since the Second World War. The needs are desperate and today we airlifted a 30-bed Emergency Field Hospital on our DC-8 cargo plane. Donate Now

The hospital can serve 100 patients a day and has an ICU, emergency room, pharmacy, and operating theater where we can perform up to 15 surgeries daily. Many civilian deaths and injuries have been reported already, and casualties are expected to increase as the fighting rages.

Members of our Disaster Assistance Response Team (DART)—including doctors, nurses, and logistics and set-up personnel—are also onboard the DC-8 and will join dozens of our staff already helping some of the more than 1 million refugees who’ve fled the carnage to neighboring countries. We also will send two outpatient health clinics—equipped to treat 200 patients a day—on an additional flight next week, and we are preparing to distribute 20 tons of food inside cities under siege. Throughout this response we will continue to work with our more than 3,200 church partners in Ukraine, many of which were distributing Operation Christmas Child shoeboxes as conflict erupted.

Please pray earnestly for the people of Ukraine and that God will soon bring peace. Now is the time to remember what Jesus told us: “These things I have spoken to you, that in Me you may have peace. In the world you will have tribulation; but be of good cheer, I have overcome the world” (John 16:33).


Advice To Those Wanting To Give To Ukrainian Relief from Ministry Watch Click Here to read article

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