Caminul Felix was born in 1992 in Oradea in the western part of Romania. After the fall of Nicolae Ceausescu in 1989 and the plight of tens of thousands of abandoned children was revealed to the world.
Two people working in Romania at the time Lars and Linda Hornberg had the God given vision to create a village of family homes filled with children delivered from a living death, homes with a Mum and Dad, brothers and sisters and all that is normal for any child. And Caminul Felix was born initially there was one village with six homes, in 2001 village 2 was opened with 10 family homes allowing over 200 children to have a Mum and Dad for the first time.
Caminul Felix has a international respected ministry with villages not only in Romania but also in Thailand and now starting in Tanzania.
All Saints church has a long link with Caminul Felix and has been sending teams to visit and work for many years. Recently we have been involved in funding and building homes for the young people of Caminul Felix.
Tour de Wight
In June 2018, ten riders from All Saints Church cycled the 65 miles around the Isle of Wight, raising funds to support the latest housebuilding project at Caminul Felix. You can watch how they got on below and you can still give to this cause - https://www.give.net/caminulfelix2018
Find out more about Caminul Felix: www.caminulfelix.ro
Main contact: Phil Hale