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Charity Organizations in Kerala http://www.pourasthyasuvisheshasamajam.org Charity Organizations in Kerala,India,Orphanages,Old age homes,Christian Missions,Request charity donations,convent,churches,educational institutions,gospel teamThe Evangelistic Association of the East (E.A.E) is the first Missionary Association of the Jacobite Syrian Church under the direct control of the Patriarch of Antioch and all the East, who is on the THRONE OF ST. PETER.The mission of the association is to spread and propagate the HOLY GOSPEL amongst Christians, non Christians and promote educational, religious institutes thereby to cultivate benevolence philanthropy patriotism besides charitable services to the poor and the needy. Religion Jan 25, 2007



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Charity Organizations in Kerala,India,Orphanages,Old age homes,Christian Missions,Request charity donations,convent,churches,educational institutions,gospel teamThe Evangelistic Association of the East (E.A.E) is the first Missionary Association of the Jacobite Syrian Church under the direct control of the Patriarch of Antioch and all the East, who is on the THRONE OF ST. PETER.The mission of the association is to spread and propagate the HOLY GOSPEL amongst Christians, non Christians and promote educational, religious institutes thereby to cultivate benevolence philanthropy patriotism besides charitable services to the poor and the needy.
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The church has a very rich history and unique tradition and heritage, that could be fathomed to the year AD 409. This was the time around which the early Christian migrants from Kodungalloor and Parur started settling at Angamaly. Concrete evidence to establish the founding of the church is not, unfortunately, available. Historical data and logical conclusions lead us to the fact that this was the first church to be founded in Angamaly. There are evidences to prove that a church with thatched roof was built by the early Christian settlers in the land donated to them by the Chief of ‘MANGATTU’ clan. He shifted the Hindu dwellers of this area to the other bank of the nearby river ANGADIKADAVU. This are is still known as ‘MANGATTUKARA’. The homes of the MANGATTU clan is located to be around our present church. Many stone carvings and other articles of archeological importance have been discovered from this area. Geological survey of India has some records about a stone carving donated to our church by the ‘MANGATTU SWAROOPAM”.
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The Parish church at Pavaratty is dedicated to St.Joseph. The neighbouring churches which had been founded earlier are dedicated to St.Thomas (Palayur), St. Sebastian (Chittattukara), Lady of Mt.Carmel (North Pudukad) and Good Shepherd (Mullassery) respectively; and so the ancestors might have dedicated the church to a special patron, viz.St.Joseph. In Holy Bible, We read of St.Joseph as the just man (Matt 1.19) and as perfectly loyal to the Divine Will (Matt 2.13,20).
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