Massive Church Opens in Kurdistan Giving Christian Refugees Welcoming Place to Worship

July 5, 2017 

Displaced Iraqi Christians who have been pushed from their homes due to the rise of the Islamic State and are now living in the Kurdish town of Ankawa will soon have one of the largest churches in the region to call their place of worship.

Read more at: http://www.christianpost.com/news/massive-church-opens-in-kurdistan-giving-christian-refugees-welcoming-place-to-worship-190604/


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