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Church Planting

Emmanuel Christian Fellowship Center is committed to planting churches for the thousands of unreached people groups of North India, some areas have more than 100,000 people without any Christian influence.

People Groups in North India: Koiri, Yadav, Ahir, Chamar, Dusad, Banier, Sonhar, Mali, Bhomihar, Passwan, Noniya, Muslim, Rajput, Pasi, Dhibi, Barai, Lohar, Rajabanshi & Pahariya. These are being reached by native missionaries, many who are graduates of the Emmanuel Leadership Training Center Bible School.

So far Emmanuel Christian Fellowship Center has established more than 1,737 House Churches and 49 Central Churches in North India.


Each of our workers — whether a mission coordinator, native church planting missionary, or field volunteer — is dependent on designated donations from caring fellow Believers, especially those in the United States whom God has blessed with resources for building Christ’s Kingdom.

For our missionaries, though, living as a “faith” missionary means much more than just “receiving money”! It’s about partnering with those Believers who become our encouragement and prayer support for our lives and ministries. We minister the Gospel in a very dark and dangerous environment.

With $125 per month you can support a missionary family! That will cover all the their daily expenses like food, shelter, transportation, education of children etc. When you adopt one of our missionary families, a quarterly progress report will be sent you along with a family photo and the missionaries’ field report.

To donate online to our ongoing Church Planting effort, click below and select the Church Planting designation:

Christmas Outreach

During every Christmas season, Emmanuel Christian Fellowship Center shares the Good News through Christmas Parties with the unreached of North India. During the Christmas season people are more open to listen and respond to the Gospel message through a variety of Christian services.

Our Christmas Parties have reached government officials, political leaders, and even the Chief Ministers and Cabinet Ministers with the Gospel. Accompanied by Christmas carols, our missionaries travel from house-to-house and village-to-village with printed materials and Hindi Bibles to give as gifts. The streets turn into arenas of proclamation and we have witnessed the salvation of hundreds of souls following each Christmas party outreach.

Please consider the following Christmas Donations for North India as you plan your holiday giving:

  • $1,000 will provide a missionary family with a small home.
  • $500 will provide a widow with a one-room shelter with kitchen.
  • $125 will provide a missionary family of four or more a minimal subsistence salary for one month.
  • $60 will provide for half month subsistence salary.
  • $10 will provide an orphan child with a sweater to protect against the chill of winter.

Relief Work

Every year a team is formed to extend a helping hand to the victims of natural calamities such as floods, cyclones, and life circumstances such as starvation and victims of brutality due to of civil unrest. In 2009, the team visited relief camps of persecuted Christians in Orissa and provided Bibles and extended the comfort of counseling, fellowship and financial help.

The team also visited the flood affected areas of Bhagalpur District and provided clothes, and supplies to the flood victims. In association with Christian Aid Mission, we adopted seven flood affected villages in Bihar for crop rehabilitation. Thousands of  farmers restarted their agriculture by the help of this project.

Water Ministry

In India over two hundred million people do not have access to clean drinking water. That is over two thirds the population of the United States. Disease from unsafe water and lack of basic sanitation kill more people every year than all forms of violence, including war.

The villagers of Bihar are facing serious problems. The caste system prevents people from making use of the few water sources available in the village. As a result villagers are forced to gather and carry water from remote places. To help the poor access clean drinking water, Emmanuel Christian Fellowship Center has adopted 16 villages to provide safe drinking water. About 10,000 people now get safe drinking water from the wells provided.  You can join with us in this ministry by sponsoring a well as a safe water source.


To donate online and help support Hope India Mission through general giving, click below and select the General Fund designation: