Cedar Home Church Partnership

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Cedar Home is a Christian home for orphaned, disadvantaged and stateless girls as well as abandoned newborns. The home provides spiritual, physical, mental, emotional, and social supports so that these girls can fulfill their highest potential, preparing them to enter society, the workplace, and marriage as mature, independent individuals.

Partnerships with church communities are a vital part of helping care for these children so that they can grow up to become thriving adults. Imagine how encouraging it would be for these children and youth to know that church communities are regularly praying for them, spending quality time together, and supporting them as they grow up. This is the beauty of Jesus’ global church!

What can a partnering church expect?

  • A conversation with our team to confirm whether this partnership fits your church vision and direction after which we will work together to draft a Memorandum of Understanding.
  • An invitation for your church community to support children at Cedar Home through the child sponsorship program on an annual basis.
  • Opportunities to regularly send people on vision and mission trips to Cedar Home along with other churches.
  • An invitation for your church community to attend an annual online event hosted by FAIR and the local ministry team where you will hear and connect with the Cedar Home ministry directly.
  • Opportunities for a guest speaker from the Fellowship to join your church community annually either in person or virtually to share stories, prayer requests, and help you stay connected to the ministry at Cedar Home.
  • Opportunities to regularly pray for the Cedar Home ministry.
    (Cedar Home sends regular newsletters with stories and prayer requests that can be shared amongst the church.)
  • Resource package that will give you what you need to help communicate about Cedar Home within your church community.



1. What does a vision trip involve?

A vision trip is often a week-long trip with Fellowship International missionaries working with the Cedar Home program in Lebanon. The main priority of vision trips is to increase the familiarity of participants with the ministry, staff, and children. Cedar Home organizes two vision trips a year. Teams include church leaders from multiple churches across Canada.

2. What does a mission trip involve?

A mission trip lasts two months and is intended to serve a specific need within the ministry, alongside the staff. The participant typically serves in a teaching role, either to the children, families, or by providing some professional development to the staff.

3. What if my church is small and can only send one or two people on a trip to Cedar Home?

The staff at Cedar Home would coordinate a time for your church to join other churches.

Contact Us:

We'd love the opportunity to connect with you to discuss the potential of a partnership between your church and Cedar Home. Please complete the form below and our team will be in touch with you.

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