Our publishing ministry helps spread the gospel outside of Latvia. We sent a batch of Martin Luther’s Brief Catechisms with a Prayer Book to Pastor Pavel Zayakin, who does Russian-speaking work in Tallinn, Estonia. May they serve as a blessing and help many people find their way in the church!
Hello, I am a volunteer from Liepaja. We work at the terminal every day from 6pm we help Ukrainians who are passing through our city on their way to Germany. We feed them soup, give them water for the trip, sandwiches, tea, coffee and sweets. While the parents are doing the paperwork, we deal with […]
From June to August 2022, the St. Maynard Foundation continued to help refugees from Ukraine. Our focus was on refugees from Mariupol and Kherson, who after weeks and months under shelling, after the horror of Russian filtration camps, were given the opportunity to reach Europe. These are «last hour» refugees — in the most difficult […]
This is how people from Mariupol board a bus from Riga to Liepaja. And there are several such buses every day.
Bought groceries for Mariupol refugees in Liepaja for the next week! Almost 750 liters of water, dishes, baby food, tea, sweets, etc. We also paid for the toilet at the Liepaja bus station for 10 days
Here’s what 750 liters of water looks like for refugees from Mariupol.
Today we organized a real Latvian Midsummer for our fellow Mariupolians at the ferry terminal in Liepaja! There was Midsummer cheese, bread, kvass, a classic rhubarb pie. We organized a photo area where people could take pictures with wreaths. People were very satisfied, they said that midsummer cheese is the most delicious cheese they have […]
Report on how we help the Mariupol refugees in Liepaja .Every day about 100 people — most of them women and children — travel through Liepaja to Germany. The ferry company Stena Line gives them free tickets, and we help them get to the ferry terminal, feed them with hot soup, sandwiches, cookies, coffee and […]
During the Pilgrimage for Peace, delegates from the St. Maynard Foundation (Rev.Pavel Levushkan and Rev.Timofey Medvedev) donated aid to the Refugee Welfare Center in Krakow. We have been cooperating with this center since the beginning of the war in Ukraine. Mrs. Grazhina supports hundreds of people who receive fresh and healthy food every day. Thanks […]
We have received books for refugees: the New Testament and the Psalms in a modern Ukrainian translation and the Bible in a modern Russian translation. The books are available completely free of charge. Write to firstname.lastname@example.org or call +37120011100