Monday, 14 July 2008


A rallying call for the British public to join together to ‘restore’ Zimbabwe has been made by the Archbishop of York, Dr John Sentamu. He appealed to people to ‘work with me in order that peace, prosperity and the rule of law’ could be restored to a country facing economic, political and social turmoil. Dr Sentamu’s plea for public support of ‘Restore-Zim’ came as he announced a special service for the people of Zimbabwe at St Margaret’s Church, Westminster, on Friday 11 July. Urging people to offer prayer, money and practical support, he said, ‘We need to remember there is only one race - the human race - and in joining together to restore Zimbabwe we ease the sufferings of our brothers and sisters.’

Source: Christian Today (2/7)

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