We are committed to help the most vulnerable in Ukraine and older people and people with disabilities are more vulnerable than most as they depend on others for their care and support. People with disabilities have struggled to get to bomb shelters or other safe areas. In a previous
Amazing response to ‘Operation Warm Embrace’
DHM are very pleased to announce that our winter appeal, ‘Operation Warm Embrace’ has now raised over £18,000 to bring relief to many communtiies suffering this winter in Ukraine.So far, DHM has delivered seven large generators to our partners in eastern Ukraine and these are already in action.
“He who saves a single life, saves the world entire”: A Summary of DHM’s Ministry in 2022
This has been a truly dreadful year for Ukraine and its people as Russia’s so-called “Special Military Operation” has evolved into the mass slaughter of Ukraine’s civilian population. Russia has brought nothing but death and destruction to millions of Ukrainians whose lives have been permanently blighted by this illegal and
Christmas Trip to Deliver Essential Aid to Ukraine
Today (20th December) DHM Advisory Board Member, Mykhailo Cherenkov, is making a trip to Ukraine to deliver life-saving aid to people this Christmas. Mykhailo’s trip, which is partly sponsored by DHM, will take him to some of the regions in Eastern Ukraine very close to the frontline in the
DHM partner, Pastor Alexander, meets the Archbishop of Canterbury!
Earlier this year an aide from Lambeth Palace contacted Dnipro Hope Mission (DHM) to facilitate a meeting between the Archbishop of Canterbury and representatives from the Ukrainian Baptists.
DHM put Justin Welby in contact with the leader of the Baptist college in Bucha, the suburb of Kyiv where Russian soldiers committed atrocities
The Parable of the Good Samaritan – A Ukrainian Perspective
Our friend and ministry partner, Dr Roman Soloviy, who directs the Eastern European Institute of Theology, has written this powerful article, which uses a well-known story to reflect on the current plight of Ukraine. We republish the reflection here with Roman’s permission…
Ukraine today is a beaten traveller from
What a month it has been!
Russia illegally annexes four regions, and the Ukrainians are simultaneously reclaiming small towns and villages within the regions – including the important strategic town of Lyman, which has a rail supply hub. Sadly, at another important piece of railway infrastructure, a woman is killed in her duties looking after a
“The Ten Commandments” – Best Practices to Support Ukraine, by Mark R. Elliott
The war in Ukraine has gone through some major changes, and the armed conflicts have lessened some as both sides adjust to the new realities of the revised front lines. Meanwhile, serious efforts to begin the rebuilding process of Ukraine are underway, and the Ukrainians are not waiting for outside
З Днем Незалежності України!
Against the weapon of prayer, Putin’s armies – for all their formidable appearance of strength – haven’t got a chance….
Joshua Searle’s reflection on Ukrainian Independence Day has been published in the Baptist Times. We reproduce it here with permission…
Exactly 31 years ago, 24 August 1991, Ukraine separated from the oppressive
DHM Announces New Chair of Trustees
Following a recent health scare and an overwhelming burden of work and other pressures, especially since the Russian invasion of Ukraine in February 2022, I (Joshua) have sensed that the time had come for me to step down from the leadership and hand on responsibility to others. Therefore, after six