Rora Christian Fellowship and Conference Centre

Romania



Malcolm and Christine Ford head up the work in Romania, and have been travelling there since 1983. Following the revolution in 1989, a charity was formed, both in the UK and in Romania.

The work of ACA is mainly run in the village of Vulcan, which is approx. 18 km from Brasov. We have many projects underway in Vulcan. Regular activities include 2 Kindergarten classes, School for Gypsy children, canteen. ACA currently rents a room, kitchen and toilets from the local Baptist Church and the Kindergarten is now run there, 5 days a week and currently there are approx. 20 children, both Romanian and Gypsy. The canteen feeds 180 poor children 1 meal a day, 5 days a week. We have a sponsorship programme for children in the canteen. ACA have recently purchased the house next door (Casa Betel), where the canteen is held. Casa Betel has accommodation for guests, as well as presently being the home of co-workers and regular helpers from the west, and also has a large upper room, where the younger Kindergarten class is held in the mornings and the Gypsy School in the afternoons. This room is also used for a homework club & a young girls club.
Casa Betania is Malcolm & Christine's main base in Romania. Here, aid, which is sent from the UK, is sorted and distributed to those in need.

There are currently 13 Romanian workers committed to ACA, most of whom are sponsored from the UK.

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