Your Church And Open Doors

Connect your church to the global body of Christ.

Support the persecuted church this Christmas

Give an Impact

By giving a Gift of Hope, you remind those who are most persecuted that they are not alone.

Choose from our 12 gift options, and you will receive a card to give to a loved one, explaining their gift and their impact. Give them a Christmas to remember. Give the Thrill of Hope.

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Inspire courage-filled faith

Open Doors Sunday

When you host an Open Doors Sunday, you are giving your church a unique opportunity to put faith into action and strengthen the body of Christ, even in the most dangerous places.

Hear the powerful testimonies of the persecuted church and inspire your congregation to live out their own courageous faith, no matter the cost.

Register Your Church

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How To Get Involved

Host A Speaker

Invite an Open Doors speaker to your church. They will preach from the Bible, share powerful testimonies from the persecuted church, and ask you to support the work of Open Doors.

Feature Open Doors At Your Service

Dedicate a segment of your service to the persecuted church. From an interview or video with one of our speakers, there’s an opportunity for everyone to learn from the powerful lessons of our persecuted brothers and sisters.

Persecution-Focused Sermon

Dedicate an entire Sunday service to the persecuted church. We’ll help you out with a preaching guide, slides, social posts, a video, and donation forms.

Make their Christmas Special

A Safe Place to Grow

The children of the persecuted church live with the threat of kidnapping, attacks, and daily discrimination.

Your gift this Christmas could create safe spaces for kids to learn and grow, through providing trauma care, education, and emergency relief.

This Christmas, you can keep their little lights shining in the darkness.

Care for Persecuted Children Today


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Testimonies from our partners

What Our Churches Say

Cass Langton


“The stories of faith and courage I hear through Open Doors inspire and challenge me to live a life of worship devoted to Jesus. Supporting the ongoing work of Open Doors is of great importance to me.”

Dave Hanbury

Harbourside Church

“The body of Christ is hurting and it’s up to us to help. Do you want to be part of rebuilding the Church? I do.”

Mark and Darlene Zschech


“Open Doors provides a unique way for us to reach parts of the world that would otherwise be impossible, while inspiring our home church to a deeper level of faith in Jesus.”

Get your children involved this Christmas!

Christmas Colouring Activity

This free printable Christmas Colouring activity is designed to get the whole family involved in what Christmas looks like in different countries.

Help your kids understand what this season is like for the children of the persecuted church.

Get My Colouring Activity!

“We need to support one another. We need to see the body of Christ grow together.”

Fred Gitonga, survivor of an Islamic extremist attack targeting Christians at Garissa University, Kenya.

If one part suffers, every part suffers with it; if one part is honored, every part rejoices with it.

1 Corinthains 12:26