Two members of the InfoChrétienne team (Camille Westphal Perrier and Benjamin Célérier) went to Krakow in Poland in mid-June to film our next immersive report. Discover the trailer for this report which will be released next Tuesday at 10 a.m.
In this new immersive report, you will be able to discover the moving testimonies of several Ukrainian refugees. You will also be able to glimpse the action of several churches and Christian organizations on the spot, which mobilized without hesitation for the common good, thus reflecting the love of Jesus.
Due to its geographical as well as cultural and historical proximity to Ukraine, Poland immediately organized itself to deal with the massive influx of refugees from the country at war.
We spoke to you a few months ago about the church of Wojtek and Kirsten Kukulski, Nowe Przymierze (New alliance in French Editor's note), which from the first hours of the conflict organized itself to bring aid to the heart of this crisis.
Welcoming refugees into their homes, driving them to their next destination, providing for their immediate needs, raising funds to support them… The actions carried out by their church are numerous.
As Europe finds itself confronted with this war with "the fastest growing refugee crisis since the Second World War" according to theUN, we have decided to go there to report to you what is happening on the ground.
See you Tuesday, July 5 at 10 a.m. on the YouTube channel #OnEstEnsemble and on the InfoChrétienne website!
Camille Westphal Perrier
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