The ministry programs of the Roma Christian Fellowship serve as a platform to enter into the communities and sacrificially share the love of Christ. Our prayer is that, in a very real way, these ministries are only a starting point in forming relationships that last and impact lives. As the Lord gives us the ability, we take a “holistic” view of ministry, ministering both spiritually and practically community-wide and across all generations.
Klema Clubs provide ongoing bible clubs to children and youth from preschool aged through teen aged. Our Klema Club program consists of two branches, the Mladice Clubs for young children and our Tween Clubs for young teens. A core emphasis is teaching through the bible over approximately two years.
Klema Carnivals are yearly, summer ministry events that bring four days of bible themed activities and fun for all of the children of a village. These are large and highly visible outdoor programs that help to publicly introduce and establish our ministry to a village.
Klema Camps are yearly, multi-night camps at a remote location for the participants of our Tween Clubs. A camp is a concentrated time to encourage youth to ponder what they have learned in their clubs and to make changes and decisions in their lives.
Klema Fellowships is RCF’s family bible study and home-based fellowship program. We pray that these home fellowships will combine and blossom into a worshipful and serving church within the communities.
RCF’s Helping Ministry program provides physical and social helps to the communities as the Lord gives us the ability. This has included improving deficient buildings to provide warm and dry family homes, providing firewood, a prototype preschool program, and food help.
Lutke Nade (Puppets of Hope) is a summer, traveling puppet ministry. It brings a unique, chalk-drawn bible story, songs, magic tricks, and, of course puppets to the children of many Romani villages in Croatia.