The Cooperative Baptist Fellowship has created a relief fund in response to the crisis in Ukraine following the Russian invasion in late February. Our hope is that we will tangibly extend our genuine support to the people of Ukraine through the generous sharing of our resources.
CBF’s missional connection with Ukraine began twenty years ago, our Fellowship commissioned Gennady and Mina Podgaisky to serve in Kyiv. They established Village of Hope a year later, and their ministry has flourished in collaboration not only with our partner congregations but Baptists and other Christians in Ukraine.
As of Feb. 28, 2022 400,000 refugees have fled the Russian invasion of Ukraine. In the days to come, there will be great need to provide care for those refugees and the ones that continue to flee the war.
The Cooperative Baptist Fellowship is uniquely positioned to respond, not just because of our partnerships in the Baptist World Alliance, but also because of our 20-year investment in ministry alongside the Podgaiskys. In this moment of crisis, you have an opportunity to offer the hope of Christ with your generous giving. Please use the links provided below to be taken directly to the CBF giving page. Or you may give to the church a designated check “Ukraine CBF Relief Fund” and we will send your gift. Thank you for prayerfully and tangibly caring for our world neighbors in this crisis.