Church Demolished by Russian Gov't Gathers Among Ruins

September 14, 2012

Church members of a Russian evangelical church in Moscow that the government demolished this week gathered to pray early Sunday morning among the ruins of their once-standing church.

More than 200 people stood with umbrellas worshiping God and listened to Holy Trinity Pentecostal Church Pastor Vasily Romanyuke preach. They also prayed for the country's authorities.

Several banners were hung on the remains of the church's structure, including one that said, "The Building demolished – Church is ALIVE”

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