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We would have to cater to a minimum number of 20,000 families more. As you are aware, enormous funds are necessary to fulfill this Project of 'Operation Hunger'. You can partner in this project of the Lord ‘Operation Hunger’ by generously contribute through the following link

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Montauban Rest Home,

Montauben Rest Home is a 150 year old property situated in Ooty, at the foothills of the Nilgiri hills of Tamilnadu. This beautiful garden- like premises is situated at a prime location in Ooty and is well equipped with decent facilities to make one’s stay comfortable and memorable.


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Clarence High School

The Clarence High School was established in the year 1914 with the intention of providing high quality education based on Biblical values and principles to people of all faiths, but particularly to the Anglo-Indian community. In 1920, the Lord provided two and half acres of land in Richards Town, Bangalore and the school has grown over the last 100 years from 17 children to minister to close to 2000 children today.

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Equipping and empowering Assemblies and fellow Brethren by professing and practicing faithful Stewardship of entrusted material resources through practical and tangible services towards the betterment of the believer community in the light of the Great Commission of the Lord Jesus Christ.

Welcome to Stewards
Association In India

Stewards Association in India was registered in 1954 as a Religious and Charitable Society under the Indian Societies Act, 1860 and deemed registered under Tamil Nadu Societies Registration Act, 1975. Registration No. 10/54. READ MORE


Using God-given landed properties and resources to extend a helping hand to the Christian Assemblies and in the physical as well as spiritual enrichment of needy fellow brethren, thereby displaying faithful stewardship in all areas and thus in effect serving God selflessly and fearlessly standing in the gap and ministering to the Christian Brethren community.

About SAI

Stewards Association in India (SAI) was registered in 1954 as a Religious and Charitable Society. The initial important function was to take over Mission properties comprising Assembly Halls, Institutions such as Schools, Hospitals, Orphanages, Boys & Girls Homes etc. from either the Missionaries or Stewards Co. Ltd., Bath UK. Accordingly properties mentioned above were transferred and registered in the name of SAI. Since then majority of the properties acquired for Assembly Halls or Institutions in India have been registered in SAI’s name and in the Godavari area in the name of SAI Associate, Godavari Delta Stewards Association (GDSA). On an average thirty new properties are acquired and registered in the name of SAI every year primarily for Assembly Halls.

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