Turkey: Historic Protestant Church reopens

December1, 2015

One of the oldest churches in Turkey reopened this month.

According to AINA, a worship service was recently held in the 160-year-old Mardin Protestant Church after extensive restorations as the building had been left in ruins for 60 years.

Although the congregation is small, its pastor, the Rev. Ender Peker, said Mardin province has been home to Christian Protestants since the latter half of the 19th century.

Read more at: http://www.worthynews.com/22293-turkey-historic-protestant-church-reopens


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