• Statements and Releases

    A tribute for Mr. Patrick Joshua

    17th June 2020 Mr. Patrick Joshua, former General Secretary of Friends Missionary Prayer Band (FMPB) went to be with the Lord on June 17, 2020, in Chennai.  Mr. Joshua joined FMBP almost from its inception and started serving in various capacities until he was appointed as General Secretary. With his rich experience and expertise, he

    Post Lockdown Advisory for Churches, Chapels and Fellowships

    Places of worship have been shut for the past two and a half months, in observance of the COVID-19 induced lockdown. However, the Government of India had issued a Notification on 30th May 2020 on easing of restrictions for religious places along with other public places. Hence religious institutions now can open on 8th June

    EFI in solidarity with Medical Professionals in this critical time

    21st April 2020 FOR URGENT RELEASE EFI in solidarity with Medical Professionals in this critical time. Evangelical Fellowship of India expresses its gratitude to medical professionals and affirms its solidarity with them as they lead the fight against COVID-19.  EFI mourns the loss of every doctor, nurse and paramedic who sacrificed her or his life in this

    Following the risen Christ

    There was a First Easter, of course. But there was no congregation. The disciples had been worried, with good reason, they would be the next to be persecuted, targeted. The women’s words caused a consternation amongst them, for the women were saying that the Lord had risen. They did not know how to reconcile their

    EFI STATEMENT AND ADVISORY ON COVID-19

    EFI STATEMENT AND ADVISORY ON COVID-19 In the wake of the COVID-19 situation, the Evangelical Fellowship of India calls on its member churches, organizations and individuals to escalate their efforts in playing an active role in curbing the spread of the contagious virus. We call on congregations to promote, instruct and endorse the health advisories

    EFI Statement on the violence in Delhi

    The Christian community in India, and especially in the Delhi region, is deeply shocked and pained at the bloodshed, carnage and mayhem let loose on the streets, homes and mosques of the national capital.The Evangelical Fellowship of India condemns this reprehensible violence that has so far resulted in 23 deaths, as the work of vested