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    EFI Statement on the passing away of Fr. Stan Swamy

    5th July 2021 The caged bird is now free, and song of justice and reconciliation will go on EFI joins the people of India in condoling the passing away of legendary tribal rights activist Jesuit Father Stanislaus Lourduswamy, popularly known as Fr. Stan Swamy. Fr. Stan, 84, died in a Mumbai hospital in judicial custody

    EFI ongoing Covid Relief Glimpses

    EFI Covid Relief is on full swing in various parts of India. In some places we have partnered with agencies like IndiaDonates. Below is a glimpse for you. Please consider giving towards this cause. You can send your gifts to: Account Name: Evangelical Fellowship of India Account Number: 909844182 Bank: Indian Bank, Nehru Place, New

    Let’s Super Spread Hope!

    Greetings from Evangelical Fellowship of India, As India struggles with a massive and severe second wave of the Covid-19 pandemic, the loss of lives is mounting up. Till now, the nation has lost over 2,46,000 people to this virus and these are just the official numbers. India has now confirmed Covid-19 cases of 2,14,00,000 plus

    Day of Prayer and Fasting

    We are people of hope, so let us at this time not only pray for our nation but also reach out in the love of Christ and in compassion to help our fellow citizens, even more than we are already doing. The love of God dispels all fear.

    EFI Theological Commission Webinar on Creation Care

    Climate change is a pertinent discourse across the world today. Global CO2 emissions, uncertain weather changes, increasing temperature, etc. are concerns that all of us need to be aware of and work towards in addressing them. With this in mind, the EFI Theological Commission is excited to announce a Special Webinar on “CREATION CARE –

    National Day of Repentance

    17th February 2021 Dear Members and Friends of Evangelical Fellowship of India, The world and our nation are in much turmoil. We witness moral and spiritual degeneration around us. Justice is mocked at the behest of the powerful and the divide of inequality is getting larger by the day. The Church unfortunately has not remained