History

Elim Center International was established in San Francisco, CA in December, 2008 by a group of Christians from various cultural backgrounds. They wanted to form an international prayer fellowship, where any children of God can experience God's healing and restoration through prayer and other related activities.

Throughout the course of time, Elim Center has developed various ministries in order to serve individuals' spiritual, mental, and physical needs with more specialized activities.

Elim Center relocated its international headquarters to Kirkwood, NY, in 2013 and currently operates in many cities covering all the continents of the world.

Two Coptic Christians from the village of Ezbat El-Sheikh Nageim in Minya, Upper Egypt, are being accused of inciting sectarian strife and are now facing arrest after a comment shared on Facebook sparked a riot among a number of Muslims in their village.
Christians gathered together with Sikhs, Hindus, and Muslims at the Aishbagh Eidgah in India to protest the ongoing "genocide" of religious minorities in Rohingya at the hands of the Myanmar government.
A U.S. Senate committee voted on Sept. 19 to advance a bill which aimed to provide aid to Christian genocide victims in Iraq and those who were forcibly displaced as a result of the atrocities of the Islamic State in 2014.