History

Started in the year 1993, and with over 29 years of impact, Supreme Task operates in over 123 districts across 16 states in India, positively impacting the lives of 1.3 million individuals including 600,000 youth and their families, and 20,000 children and their families. Our comprehensive programs address the needs of the elderly, youth, women, children, and communities at large. These services targeting their needs encompass healthcare, nutrition, sanitation and hygiene, education, childcare, and humanitarian emergencies. Registered under the Societies Registration Act in 1993, we work in close partnership with governments, civil society, donors, and corporations to address these crucial issues and drive sustainable change.

Supreme Task has been conducting 30 days of Discipleship training for new believers,  Ministry training for those who want to do full-time ministry in their Churches, and Leadership summits for Pastors and Church leaders. Under Children Ministry Supreme Task is running literacy centers in slums and villages by providing primary education to the children who do not go to school and are dropouts. We provide them with moral studies from Bible stories, teach them gospel songs, etc. We provide vocational tools, uniforms, shoes, and nutritious food in these centers. Smash Hunger is an initiative of Supreme Task to stop the hunger death of children and pregnant mothers. Every day children at Smash Hunger centers are provided with nutritious food, primary education, learn Bible stories, gospel songs, and dance.  Supreme Task also ministers to the vulnerable youth in the slums through the Encounter youth program. Youth participate in the Worship, Bible study, practical talks, group discussions, and workshops. Women from slums who face challenges every day for their survival are part of the Women Empowerment program, where they are counseled and prayed for issues they face in everyday life, hear from the Word of God and discuss practical issues. Supreme Task General Hospital & Netraniketan Eye Care Centre is providing free health care and eye surgery to poor people who cannot afford treatment. Supreme Task College of Nursing is providing B.Sc. Nursing course (4 years). Every year 60 students are enrolled and continue for four years. We provide holistic nursing training with a concept of nursing for the whole person i.e. mind, body and spirit. Whenever there have been natural calamities and disasters in India, Supreme Task always has been on the field distributing emergency relief and rehabilitating people and families in need.