Help Build St. Ignatius Loyola Parish, Cameroon

Project Leader:

Mr. Forzi George

The faithful community of St. Ignatius of Loyola Parish in the Diocese of Buea, in Cameroon need a place to worship, gather and pray. At the present time parishioners celebrate Mass under a trampoline. Currently, the heavy rains make it almost impossible to hold service. There are not enough benches for all to seat and the openness allows for wonderers and animals to disrupt. The goal of this project is to provide a safe structure to the 3,000 people of the Woya-Mavio Bomakak village who congregate under the trampoline to listen to the Gospel. Please help construct this parish which stands in a vehicle garage and is known as the “Trampoline Church.” A gift of $25 will help buy bibles.

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$2,575

of $5,000 raised



Janice donated $50.

Leo P donated $50.

Vicki donated $50.

Beth donated $50.

Anonymous donated $100.

Donna donated $50.

Elizabeth donated $25.

Jeannie donated $25.

Leo P donated $50.

Margaret donated $250.

Jeanette donated $50.

MaryEllen donated $50.

Audrey donated $100.

Anonymous donated $25.

Matthew donated $25.

Stefan donated $100.

imad donated $25.

Fr Mike donated $25.

Anonymous donated $50.

Gina donated $50.

STEPHEN donated $50.

Theresa donated $25.

Pat donated $100.

Kathleen donated $50.

Anonymous donated $700.

Sandra donated $50.

Sharon donated $25.

Rebecca donated $50.

Annette donated $50.

Margus donated $25.

What your donation can do!

  • $50 will help buy cement
  • $150 will help buy pews
  • $250 will help secure labor
  • $500 will help buy cement, zinc and doors


Project Updates

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As a Project Leader, this Community is made up by poor inhabitants’ majority are the Internally Displace People (IDPs) cause by the current War situation in Cameroon which Buea is the only safe place where this IDPs has escape the War and are sheltering themselves and offering prayers to God. The pray in this Church and are caught in poverty and cannot afford a daily meal. They are only depending from gifts from people and food donated by World Food Program and Medical provision by Doctors Without Borders. The situation is worse because they can go some days without food around this church community. They are unable to offer alms in the Church or donations to buy building materials for their Church construction because they cannot afford. When expose to the field to carry out income generating activities, they become insecure because shoulders hunter for civilians in this area to kill as protesters against the wishes of the state drainers policies of embezzlement of public funds. People are not safe in this community, they worship in shades which are expose to rains and are open to goats and stray animals made this open church a resting grown. They need a protected church building which they can luck it and open for church activities. The only place they can talk to God with some assurance of protection is in this church building. This project has delayed from our normal timing period owning to lack of funds. We are now cut-up with winter i.e tropical rains and we need to put all efforts to see that this building project is completed with the presbytery for the residents’ priests of the church. There our task of being God’s followers will be completed.







1 day ago

Janice donated $50.

3 days ago
  

Project Leader:

FORZI George
Thank every one coming to our aid to realize this this project. An English proverb says many hands do light work. Our collective action will foster the achievement of this project. Bless are the cheerful givers. If this support continue we will build this God's House in less than a few months. May the Lord Bless the hands of those donating for this church building. Recommend gift from you friends and thank you so much. We hope you will one day visit Cameroon and pray in St. Ignasius Catholic Church. May the Lord Bless. Forzi George, Project Leader

2 days ago

Leo P donated $50.

4 days ago
  

Project Leader:

FORZI George
We thank every one coming to our aid to realize this this project. Bless are the cheerful givers. If this support continue we will build this God's House in less than a few months. May the Lord Bless the hands of those donating for this church building. Thank you so much. We hope you will one day visit Cameroon and pray in St. Ignasius Catholic Church. May the Lord Bless. Forzi George, Project Leader

3 days ago

Vicki donated $50.

6 days ago
  

Project Leader:

FORZI George
We are very grateful. If this support continue we will build this God's House in less than a few months. May the Lord Bless the hands of those donating for this church building. Thank you so much. Forzi George, Project Leader

4 days ago

Beth donated $50.

9 days ago
  

Project Leader:

FORZI George
Thank you very much. This is really fulfilling God mission. FORZI Project Leader

9 days ago


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