How We Help

Open Doors exists to strengthen the church to be the church in the most hostile places. In over 50 countries, Open Doors is supplying Bibles, training church leaders, delivering Bible-based literacy programmes and supporting Christians who suffer for their faith. In the UK and Ireland Open Doors works to raise awareness of global persecution, mobilising prayer, support and action among Christians.

 

BIBLES

DISTRIBUTING BIBLES AND CHRISTIAN RESOURCES

...so that secret believers can be nourished with God’s Word

In 2015, Open Doors delivered over 3 million Bibles, books and Christian resources.

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Our history

TRAINING CHRISTIANS AND CHURCH LEADERS

...so that they can stand strong for Jesus.

In 2015, Open Doors trained over 331,000 Christians and church leaders.

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Speaking out in Advocacy

SUPPORTING VICTIMS OF VIOLENCE AND DISASTER

...so that they can live independent, fulfilled lives.

In 2015, Open Doors served 403,007 people through community development projects.

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Jobs

SUPPORTING THE SECRET CHILDREN

... to give them protection, provision and a Christian education.

In 2015, supporters in the UK and Ireland contributed £495,054 towards supporting children of the persecuted church.

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Jobs

Mobilising the church in the UK and Ireland

...so that persecuted Christians get the support they need.

Thanks to our amazing supporters – praying, giving and speaking out – the message of the persecuted church is reaching thousands more people each year.

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Financial Review

SPEAKING OUT IN ADVOCACY

...so that the voice of the persecuted church can be heard.

See how the UK advocacy team have been taking every opportunity to highlight the persecution of Christians in over 50 countries worldwide – and on almost every continent.

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Financial Review

Financial Review

It's the gifts of thousands of supporters which make this work possible. Here's how we spent your money in 2015.

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"We don't know who you are and have never seen your faces, but your support is our strength and encouragement."
- North Korean Church leader