Christians and the Changes in Sudan

Christians and the Changes in Sudan

Christians in Sudan have asked for prayer for their country and for the challenges the Christian communities are facing. Leaders representing all Christian communities were invited to meet a committee within the Transitional Military Council (TMC), currently ruling...
Statement by Rafat Samir Mussad

Statement by Rafat Samir Mussad

Statement by Rafat Samir Mussad, the chair of the Community Council of the Sudan Presbyterian Evangelical Church, read at a demonstration in Khartoum on 14 April, 2019: Firstly, we commend and appreciate those who sacrificed their time, money and even their...
Sudan: Possible Apostasy Charges Against Church Leader

Sudan: Possible Apostasy Charges Against Church Leader

Sudanese Christians request prayer for a group of 12 believers arrested in Nyala, South Darfur, on 13 October. Officers of the National Intelligence and Security Services (NISS) entered a home where they were meeting, asked whether they were Christians, and detained...
Sudan: Church demolished after Sunday worship service

Sudan: Church demolished after Sunday worship service

Christians in Sudan have asked for prayer after the demolition of a church building. On the 11 February 2018, just a few hours after the church service, police trucks arrived at the Sudan Presbyterian Evangelical Church in Hajj Yousef, close to Khartoum. The police...
Sudan: Christians fined for protesting church confiscation

Sudan: Christians fined for protesting church confiscation

Christians in Sudan ask for prayers after Church leaders were fined in a long-running campaign to seize properties from the Church. On 5 February 2018, a court fined six Christians 2,500 Sudanese Pounds (US$135) each. In addition, a church elder, Youhanna Tia, was...