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Couple Creating Church ‘Mosaic’ From Diversity In Paris

ParisBy Ashleigh Bugg (Baptist News Global)

Julie and David Brown hurry onto the crowded metro in Paris. They’ve finished singing and preaching at a traditional French Protestant church and are on their way to the outskirts of the city to worship with immigrants from Madagascar.

“Do we have time to visit the Haitian church, too?” David asks. They check the metro map but realize they won’t be able to make the service.

“Next time,” Julie says.

“We usually visit two to three new churches every Sunday,” David explains. Since moving to Paris in February, Cooperative Baptist Fellowship field personnel David and Julie Brown are in charge of an initiative known as Mosaic.

Mosaic is a ministry of the French Protestant Federation that promotes contact between churches and believers from different countries of the world, he says.

– See more at: Baptist News Global

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