BRING A VIRTUAL REFUGEE CAMP TO YOUR CHURCH FOR FREE
As part of your Refugee Sunday, use virtual reality to help your congregation understand God’s heart for the refugee. Visitors will experience life as a refugee, and their perspectives will be forever changed.
“Surviving Syria” is a 360-degree virtual reality short film of a young boy named Ali. He and his family were forced to flee their country and now live as refugees. This virtual reality film is 5 minutes long, and the exhibit space can be set up during your church's weekend services.
A World Vision representative will manage the exhibit and volunteers
This pop-up exhibit goes in your lobby and needs a 20 ft x 20 ft space
We use state-of-the-art virtual reality goggles and can accommodate 80 people per hour
The exhibit is shipped to your church the week before, and World Vision takes care of all shipping arrangements
MAKE VIRTUAL REALITY A PART OF YOUR REFUGEE SUNDAY
Our Refugee Sunday kit has tools for your church's weekend services that tell the stories of families fleeing war, help you understand God's heart for the most vulnerable, and provide tangible ways to make a difference.
RESOURCES FOR YOUR WEEKEND SERVICES
We provide you with a video to inspire your congregation to serve Syrian refugees this year, talking points and sermon notes for you to deliver an impactful talk, and resources to promote your event.
SMALL GROUP PRAYER AND DISCUSSION GUIDE
Challenge your small groups to put their faith into action through our new 4-week study that explores the biblical themes of compassion and love for neighbor.
TANGIBLE WAYS TO MAKE A DIFFERENCE
People in your church will have the opportunity to become Refugee Responders and give monthly to support the urgent needs of refugees living in unimaginable situations.
For more than 65 years, World Vision has ministered in the margins, helping families and communities lift themselves out of poverty with lasting improvements in education, access to clean water, healthcare, sustainable food sources, economic empowerment, child protection, Christian discipleship, and more—as well as critical emergency relief. Founded in 1950 by evangelist Bob Pierce, World Vision continues to be deeply invested in the church.
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