Ukrainian Refugees In Poland Redefine What It Means To Be A Church

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For two Ukrainian pastors, health conditions that kept them out of military service have been a blessing as they follow their congregations out of the country.

Resettling as refugees in Warsaw, Poland, the two pastors live in community with other refugees who have helped revitalize shrinking Polish churches, and in some ways, brought new meaning to the word "church" itself.

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