Thu, 19 May

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Budapest

Creative Church with and for Ukrainian Refugees

Peace with God. Peace from God. This worship service has been organized with the participation of Ukrainian artists. Our aim is to invite people of Hungarian, Ukrainian and other national origins to reflect together on peace and to pray together for peace.

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Creative Church with and for Ukrainian Refugees

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19 May, 19:00 – 21:00 CEST

Budapest, Budapest, Wesselényi u. 53, 1162 Hungary

About the event

Peace with God. Peace from God.

A few months ago we didn't think it was possible. Peace has been lost. Now we have people fleeing, fear, guns blazing and death. How is it that, from time to time, people turn on each other? How is it that fear, lust for power, and hatred can become so rampant that we humans, who have the most amazing ways of coming together, turn on each other when a natural disaster or a pandemic happens? Why can't humanity live together in lasting peace? Where do we look for peace and how can we make peace?

This worship service has been organized with the participation of Ukrainian artists. Our aim is to invite people of Hungarian, Ukrainian and other national origins to reflect together on peace and to pray together for peace. We would like to intercede for and bless our Ukrainian brothers and sisters. We cordially invite and welcome our Ukrainian brothers and sisters who are present in Budapest.

Speaker: Sasha Zalevsky The event will be held in three languages: Hungarian, Ukrainian, English

Creative Church Wesselényi Street Baptist Church and Community Centre Address: 1077 Budapest, Wesselényi street 53. Date: 19 May 2022, 19.00

Creative Church was created by the Crescendo Movement, which brings together and serves international Christian classical and jazz musicians, with the intention of providing artists with opportunities to use their God-given talents to praise Him, to enrich worship and to help others , to receive God's Word in a deeper way through the use of their instruments. As Pope John Paul II said, [so that we may perceive] “something of the pathos with which God at the dawn of Creation looked upon the work of his hands.”

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