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Welcome to the Foundation for Relief and Reconciliation in the Middle East - supporting the work of Canon Andrew White and providing humanitarian relief in Iraq through St George's Church and Clinic.

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What is the future for Iraq's Christians?, 26/07/2014, Today - BBC Radio 4
Back to Iraq Today
I am please that today I eventually return to Iraq. I need your prayer each week it seems to get worse. Here is the link to me on the BBC today program on Saturday.http://facebook.com/l.php/…
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Canon Andrew White, the Anglican vicar of Baghdad, speaks to John Humphrys.

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Canon Andrew White, the Anglican vicar of Baghdad, speaks to John Humphrys.

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Julie Burnett-KirkMay God keep you safe and continue to bless your work and provide for you all you need. Amen2   ·  3 days ago

Hallo DlawerIraq was stable before Americans and their allies invaded the country. Christians (Americans and western powers) are responsible for what is happening in Iraq today. Bush even called the invasion as a crusade. He and his allied invaded Iraq and killed millions of innocent people who never stepped their feet on American soil. Educate yourself. Who started the crusade?!2   ·  6 hours ago

Joanne DoveG-d Bless you and protect you dear Canon Andrew White sending prayers and much love <31   ·  2 days ago

Joss ColePraying things can, do and will improve. Amen9 hours ago

Michael PetekThe extremists must be given their proper name: Amalek. Now, it's important to emphasise that a person who is a Muslim is not for that reason alone an Amalekite. Only if he wages religious war in hostility to Jews or Christians, or is committed to their annihilation, does he fall under the herem which is fixed upon this unique enemy. The hatred which Amalek has for the Jews and the Christians on account of the name of Israel is so fathomless, contagious and dangerous that, once he is at large, our Lord Jesus Christ Himself must either command Israel and the nations to put him to the sword or acquiesce in the destruction of His kingdom on earth. See Exodus 17, Deuteronomy 25, 1 Samuel 15 and Psalms 83.1 day ago

Dave LilleyPraying for you, dear brother. May the Spirit of The Lord overshadow you, fill you, sustain you, and empower you to do all you are called to by God.2 days ago

Matata HakunaMay the Lord protect you wherever you go and your people2 days ago

Bethel Regadanz KnappI am praying for your safety and continued protection. Blessings dear Brother.2 days ago

Janice BetsonPraying for your safety, and blessings on your work.2 days ago

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Weekend Speaking Arrangements
I am only back in the UK for 2 days and this is where I will be speaking:
Saturday 7.30pm The Church of the Ascension, Malwood Rd, London SW12 8EN
Sunday 11 am Chiswick Christian Centre, Frazer St, Chiswick, London
Sunday 6.30 Christ Church, Guildford, 23 Waterden Road, Guildford, Surrey GU1 2AZ,
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Freya Lee RussellWe couldnt make it sat but doing our best to be there on sunday at 6.30 xxx4 days ago

Martin DalesCome to Yorkshire sometime when you can5 days ago

Andy DipperReally hope this weekend goes well, Canon Andrew White. Sorry I can't be there as I am at New Wine. See you soon6 days ago

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Who Are My People

Dear Friends,

Greetings from Jerusalem. I am here for one day before I return to the UK to speak this weekend, please see the details of where I will be below. We have had such an important visit here at a very important time. It is very important not to compare tragedies in a competition for who has the worst deal. The reality is that things are awful for all the people of Israel, Palestine, Iraq and the Gaza at the moment. I love these people. I often refer to “My People” so I want to explain what I mean by my people.

“My People”
Firstly let me say what I do not mean. I am not only referring to those who are members of our church in Baghdad. We don’t have any church members as such; we have hundreds if not thousands who see themselves as part of our community. They are both Christians and Muslims. The Christians are of all different Christian denominations: Chaldion, Syrian Catholic, Syrian Orthodox, Assyrian-Ancient Church of the East Old and New Calendar, Armenian Orthodox, Armenian Catholic, Roman Catholic and Presbyterian. Then there are a large number of our Church community who are not even Christian but Muslim both Sunni and Shia. So in reality I see all these people as my people in Iraq as my people. I would also include in my people all the members of the High Council of Religious Leaders in Iraq (the HCRLI), which I direct, and there it is not even just Christians and Muslims but also Mandians, Yazeedis and Shabach. So all these people are whom I would consider My People in Iraq.

Iraq is not the only place where I would consider that I have my people; fundamental to this group I would also consider those I work with in Israel and Palestine. For the work of FRRME is not just St George’s Baghdad and Iraq. We are about working for peace throughout the Middle East so Israel and Palestine is a major part of that. So here we are working intimately for peace amongst Jews, Christians and Muslims. This is also a vital part of our work. We are the only organization that is working actively in both Iraq and Israel and this is the work that the Lord has called us to do. Despite the risks we will not stop doing it because he who has called us will not fail us.

I am more aware than ever that we do indeed have a huge amount of work to do here as well as in Iraq. We have been having intense meetings with senior Israeli Government officials including with people who came directly from the Prime Minister. This afternoon we are meeting with the Foreign Minister and other senior government officials for which I ask your prayer.

Meanwhile things continue to be very difficult in Iraq. The Christians who have fled Mosul are still in grave danger and many of them are “My People” and now you know what I mean by that many of My People come from Mosul/Nineveh and they go back to there homes often in the summer and had been caught up in the tragedy there and cannot return. ISIS continues to control much of Iraq and though it may not have taken Baghdad yet it does appear to have many so called “Hidden Cells” in Baghdad which will reveal themselves at the right time. So your prayers are still much needed.

Blessings and Love,

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Phil ManningPraying for you and your people. They are our people too ✨2   ·  6 days ago

George A DoudosΕἰρήνη ὑμῖν καί τοῖς ἐν ἀνάγκαις ἀδελφοῖς ἡμῶν. Εὐχάς ἀγάπης ἐκ Μακεδονίας....1   ·  6 days ago

Pat JonesPraying for peace and reconcilliation. Continued favour for Andrew and his team. Peace, protection and provision.4 days ago

Anne Marie O'RiordanYou have us in your prayers. Praying for the entire Middle East. x6 days ago

Neal McGowanI am praying for you in Texas.6 days ago

Allen BakerWe continue to cover you and Your People with prayer, Abouna Andrew.6 days ago

Linda MaslenPraying for you and your people. Shalom and shalom6 days ago

Julie Burnett-KirkPrayer for wisdom and God's peace and for your strength for the meeting this afternoon and long term for all that is needed.6 days ago

Matata HakunaPraying everyday.6 days ago

Nino Van ReisenMy brotherly love and prayers to you and your congregation6 days ago

Alan ReedThank you for this. Will continue to pray.6 days ago

Nigel AucklandIn my prayers and in my heat, may The Spirit guide and empower you. If they are people in need they are my people.6 days ago

Joy Sumyi LeePrayers for you and your meeting today and grateful for your peace work amongst Jews, Christians, Muslims and all your beloved people Andrew!6 days ago

Mary WardellMay God be with you and strengthen you throughout your mission. Thank you for all you are doing.7 days ago

Christel KokBless you Canon Adrew White praying for your meeting today and for your beloved people,7 days ago

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Saturday Evening Public Meeting

I will be being interviewed on Saturday evening at my old parish church of the Ascension Balham Hill at Clapham South in London. This is a follow on from the interview I did when awarded the Wilberforce Award with the very same Eric Metaxes. Be there by 7pm it will sure be a great evening.
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