Help our partners bring hope this Harvest to their communities in Eastern Europe and the Balkans

Help our partners bring hope this Harvest to their communities in Eastern Europe and the Balkans

What we do

Transform Europe Network provides a network of assistance for indigenous church planting, evangelism and compassionate ministry to see the gospel shared and lives transformed in the Balkans and Eastern Europe.

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Eastern Europe: did you know…?

  • 750,000,000
    people live in Europe
  • Millions of refugees and migrants
    are entering Europe each year
  • 0.1% – 0.2% evangelical Christians
    in North Macedonia, Bosnia & Herzegovina and Montenegro
  • 4 out of 5 Roma people
    live below the ‘at-risk-of-poverty’ threshold
  • A melting pot
    of faith and culture, where east meets west
  • 250,000 victims
    of human trafficking each year in Europe
  • Albania
    went from an atheist nation in 1991 to over 200 churches across the nation today
  • Hundreds of new Roma churches
    planted across Europe in the last 20 years

Church Partnerships

UK church visiting church in Europe

Building a meaningful partnership, rooted in relationship, between your church and one in the Balkans and Eastern Europe can be a fantastic way to actively play your part in God’s plan for the nations of Europe.

Volunteering

Volunteers make a real difference to people’s lives in Europe. From helping for a few hours in our office in Bristol to spending two weeks in Europe with one of our partners, we’d love to hear from you.

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CURRENT CAMPAIGN

Harvest for the Hungry

A life-line for many in desperate need in Eastern Europe as thousands of families in eastern Europe face a harsh winter without food.

Meals for the homeless
Food parcels

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We are all aware of recent price rises that have affected the cost of everyday items. Partners were reporting in 2021 about prices going up. It is an extremely challenging time for so many people throughout the world.

According to the UN, global food prices are 30% higher than the same time last year. Moldova, one of the poorest countries in Europe, has inflation of over 27%.

These figures show the scale of inflation across Eastern Europe. TEN is planning to respond in a strategic way to help partners who are experiencing hardship.
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We are all aware of recent price rises that have affected the cost of everyday items. Partners were reporting in 2021 about prices going up. It is an extremely challenging time for so many people throughout the world.  According to the UN, global food prices are 30% higher than the same time last year. Moldova, one of the poorest countries in Europe, has inflation of over 27%.  These figures show the scale of inflation across Eastern Europe. TEN is planning to respond in a strategic way to help partners who are experiencing hardship.

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Moldova definitely needs our prayers and support. We have these figures and the lack of rainfall.

27% in Moldova! That is a very serious situation for both individuals and the economy….

Harvest for the Hungry is a wonderful way to meet practical needs by providing food parcels, hot meals and other household items. But it is a great way for our partners to share the good news of Jesus Christ as they build relationships with individuals and families in their communities.

This year, we mark thirty years of this appeal. Watch this video to find out why Harvest for the Hungry is so important, and how you can get involved.
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Harvest for the Hungry grants were sent out to our partners in November last year. Grants ranged from 440 euros to 3,500 euros, depending on the size of their project.

Thanks to your generous support, TEN was able to fully fund eighteen of these projects and part-fund eight more.

Thank you!

If you'd like to read more stories from partners, why not read more in the latest edition of CONNECT: issuu.com/transformeuropenow/docs/ten_magazine_july_2022/22
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Harvest for the Hungry grants were sent out to our partners in November last year. Grants ranged from 440 euros to 3,500 euros, depending on the size of their project.  Thanks to your generous support, TEN was able to fully fund eighteen of these projects and part-fund eight more.  Thank you!  If youd like to read more stories from partners, why not read more in the latest edition of CONNECT: https://issuu.com/transformeuropenow/docs/ten_magazine_july_2022/22

We had a team day yesterday! Melanie Griffiths (Supporters & Churches Officer) organised a lovely day for us, walking through Frampton on Severn, before enjoying the amazing shu pies at The Three Horseshoes (sorry, we didn't think to take a photo of them!).

After being completely set up for the rest of the day, we enjoyed a walk along the Gloucester and Sharpness Canal, topping everything off with an ice cream.

It was particularly good to spend the day with our newest member of the TEN team, Moira Ruff, who is our Finance Administrator. Moira has been with us for two weeks and is settling in great. Please pray for Moira as she learns all the intricacies of the role. We're delighted that God has led her to us.
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We had a team day yesterday! Melanie Griffiths (Supporters & Churches Officer) organised a lovely day for us, walking through Frampton on Severn, before enjoying the amazing shu pies at The Three Horseshoes (sorry, we didnt think to take a photo of them!).  After being completely set up for the rest of the day, we enjoyed a walk along the Gloucester and Sharpness Canal, topping everything off with an ice cream.  It was particularly good to spend the day with our newest member of the TEN team, Moira Ruff, who is our Finance Administrator. Moira has been with us for two weeks and is settling in great. Please pray for Moira as she learns all the intricacies of the role. Were delighted that God has led her to us.

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Welcome to Moira. You’ve joined an amazing team supporting frontline mission in Eastern Europe...

All the best, Moira! I look forward to meeting you.

Emil and Vesna are both graduates of ISTL (International School of Theology & Leadership) in Tirana, Albania. In 2014, they moved to Struga, North Macedonia, close to the Albanian border, to plant a church.

God has been with Emil and Vesna at every step, taking them through their studies, laying the town of Struga on their hearts, enabling their move, and keeping that connection with Albanians who they care for deeply.

To read more of Emil and Vesna's story and our other new partners featured this week, check out our article in our latest CONNECT magazine: issuu.com/transformeuropenow/docs/ten_magazine_july_2022/20
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Emil and Vesna are both graduates of ISTL (International School of Theology & Leadership) in Tirana, Albania. In 2014, they moved to Struga, North Macedonia, close to the Albanian border, to plant a church.  God has been with Emil and Vesna at every step, taking them through their studies, laying the town of Struga on their hearts, enabling their move, and keeping that connection with Albanians who they care for deeply.  To read more of Emil and Vesnas story and our other new partners featured this week, check out our article in our latest CONNECT magazine: https://issuu.com/transformeuropenow/docs/ten_magazine_july_2022/20

Artur Tushi, known as Turi, is the leader of the evangelical churches in Berat and Kucove. Turi is married to Noku, and they have four boys.

Every January the churches pray and fast to seek God's will and direction.

We're really blown away by this dedication to following God's plans and purposes. Do you or your church have a dedicated time of seeking God's will? How do you go about it? Feel free to comment - we'd love to hear from you.

If you would like to read the full article on our new partners, including Turi and Katerina (who we featured on Monday), just click here: issuu.com/transformeuropenow/docs/ten_magazine_july_2022/20
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Artur Tushi, known as Turi, is the leader of the evangelical churches in Berat and Kucove. Turi is married to Noku, and they have four boys.  Every January the churches pray and fast to seek Gods will and direction.  Were really blown away by this dedication to following Gods plans and purposes. Do you or your church have a dedicated time of seeking Gods will? How do you go about it? Feel free to comment - wed love to hear from you.  If you would like to read the full article on our new partners, including Turi and Katerina (who we featured on Monday), just click here: https://issuu.com/transformeuropenow/docs/ten_magazine_july_2022/20
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