Watch video by Michael W. Smith, “Cry for Hope” – his new instrumental single to help Ukrainians.
One Ukrainian family’s story
of surviving Russian attacks
This is just one story. Millions of others need our help.
Millions of young mothers in Ukraine are now widows. CityServe International and CityServe Europe are equipping local churches with trauma care and support so they can help mothers and their children.
“Religion that God our Father accepts as pure and faultless is this: to look after orphans and widows in their distress and to keep oneself from being polluted by the world.” James 1:27
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CityServe’s 4-Fold Strategy
Help churches build capacity to be refugee centers
Expand our robust emergency supply pipeline into CityServe’s distribution warehouse in Warsaw, Poland
Deliver food and supplies into Ukraine and then transporting women and children out through CityServe’s transportation network
Provide church partners grants for specialty projects in caring for Ukrainian refugees
“Local churches in Ukraine and surrounding regions are on the front lines of this grave and devastating crisis. CityServe Europe’s mission is to empower and resource local churches as they welcome and care for refugees with open arms.”
– Karl Hargestam
Executive Director, CityServe International
president of one of the largest networks of churches in Europe
and senior advisor to CityServe Europe, shares how local churches in Europe are prepared to welcome Ukrainian refugees.
has launched in response to the Ukrainian crisis to resource churches as first responders.
CityServe Europe is currently positioned to partner with one of the largest networks of churches in Europe to serve children and family refugees in several Baltic countries including Ukraine, Poland, and Romania. With CityServe Europe, local churches will be resourced with hot, nutritious meals, emergency relief supplies, and connections to shelter so they provide help and hope to the most vulnerable.