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Prayers for Fogbo

Your thoughts and prayers are appreciated for those who were affected by a fire in Fogbo, Sierra Leone.

Fogbo is a coastal fishing village in Western rural Sierra Leone, close to the town of Tombo. Its population of approximately 2000 inhabitants is largely made up of fishermen, small-scale farmers and traders.

The fire, which resulted from an accident, spread quickly due to the construction of the houses, having thatched or corrugated iron roofing set on mud blocks, which are subject to irreparable cracking.

Living next door to where the fire started, one of our Connexion Church members, Hawa, has been badly affected, losing her home and possessions. Sierra Leone friends and neighbours have rallied round to offer help and support to Hawa and her three children.

All prayers will be welcome for Hawa’s family and the Fogbo community as a whole.

If you would like to contribute towards The Connexion’s Sierra Leone Mission, please click on the Donations button at the top of the Homepage. All donations, no matter how small, are of huge value. 

The mission supports the work of our churches in Sierra Leone, contributing to ministers’ wages, providing funding for ministerial training, and building and maintaining churches. It also supports education through The Connexion’s schools, helping with teachers’ salaries and teacher training. When necessary the mission can also help in times of emergency or urgent need.