It is one of the most vibrant outreached programs of the seminary which benefits a bigger circle of the wider society. The Stewardship department of the Seminary, as a service wing, provides help with medical, educational, blood donation, monetary aid for house construction, sewing machines, etc. The students show their endurance by raising funds by themselves. This charity programme is funded by donations raised from students, Faculty members and other well-wishers.
Major events focus on the welfare of the entire community at the seminary itself while staying open to the society outside as well, and not forgetting our commitment to them.
The Stewardship programme has kept it doors open to poor and needy, to help them meet their Marital, Medical, Educational and other such needs. Also, a food allowance is provided during the daytime to all persons in need.
Financial support is provided to the students at the Seminary who are in need. Also Medicinal support is provided to all sick and injured students at the Seminary.
BI-CENTENARY EVENT: SANTHWANA HOME CARE
The Santhwana Home Care is a project of the bi-centenary celebrations of the Seminary. Under this project, the students along with nearby volunteers look out for the poor, weak and aged people in the neighborhood. Enlisted houses, where there are aged and sick with no one to care for, are visited once in every week (Saturday afternoon) and all kind of help necessary is provided, including physical, emotional and medicinal support.
Sources of Income
· Quarterly collection from the students
· Financial support from the faculty members
· Kind assistance from well-wishers and churches
· Tithe project of students
How can you be a part of this programme?
· Pray for the Seminary
· Donate your Tithe
· Financial Assistance
· Take up any project partially or completely
The Director/ Secretary
Orthodox Theological Seminary
P.B. No. 98, Kottayam - 686001
Phone: 0481 2568083, 2568500
Fax: 2302571, Email: email@example.com
State Bank of Travancore
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