Remembering the persecuted church

In the UK we are able to meet easily for prayer and worship, which is not the case in many other countries.  Some of us met to remember and pray for our sisters and brothers who have to meet secretly, under cover of darkness and often in silence.  Many of them live in fear of violence, oppression and even death.

We tried to experience and understand something of what it must be like for them, especially in present day Syria,  North Korea, and in Somalia, where sometimes the only record of a church service is the photograph taken of the shoes of the participants - like this:


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