Prince Charles had travelled to the Emmanuel Christian Fellowship, a Tamil Christian church established in 1982 in Manor Park on 18th Dec 2019, to express his solidarity with the worshippers during an advent service. He said: “I’ve come here to stand with this community in remembrance of all those who were killed or whose lives were changed forever in the utterly barbaric attack on churches in Sri Lanka this past Easter day.”Charles, who at the time of the attacks sent a message of condolence to the Sri Lankan president, went on to say: “The appalling loss of life made Sunday 21st of April the single worst day of violence targeting Christians in the modern era.“There are no words that can heal the wounds that you and your fellow Christians have endured, but I did so want you all to know just how much I, and so many people in this country, mind about what you’ve suffered and how much we have been thinking of you all. For more details check the buttons below
The purpose of this policy is to reassure and inform you. We want to reassure you that we’re taking Coronavirus seriously and inform you of our approach and the procedures we have put in place. We also want to remind you that whilst we all need to take sensible precautions, there is no need to be overly worried about Coronavirus; the likelihood of infection is still low and, for the vast majority, the illness is not serious. The information below is intended for all members of ECF Manor Park.
We welcome you in the matchless name of our Lord Jesus Christ!
We are a vibrant Tamil Church in London, as a church we deeply experience the love and presence of God every time we come together and we aim to partner with Jesus to express the joy and power of His kingdom in every area of life.
Ps. K. Kamal
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