We began working among the Roma/Gypsies at the “Pata Rât”community in 1997, when 170 people were living there. Now the community has 160 families & about 560 people. We share the love, life, and provision of God with all who will listen. In 2000 we built a church there and have services and prayer meetings for adults and children on Thursdays and Sundays .


Most of the houses at Pata Rât are not recognizable as such. They were
built from refuge found on the garbage dump. We have
helped improve many houses and have built twenty-two for singles and for families living there.


In our “New Life Education Center” we have church/family meetings, educational programs, a kitchen, and also a distribution center for humanitarian aid.