Churches Urged To Adopt Refugee Family As Home Office Struggles To Meet 20,000 Target

Posted by Kendall Harmon

"Go and do something" was the Salvation Army founder's motto and is the message to UK churches over support for refugees fleeing persecution in the Middle East.

Parishes across Britain are being urged to adopt a Syrian refugee family under the government's community sponsorship scheme after it emerged just two families had been welcomed under the programme.

Read it all from Christian Today.

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