Easter Sunday brings together more than 2200 people at the site of the future Universal cathedral in Kiev, Ukraine

The morning was marked by stories of different people who witnessed the Power of God in the special concentration

On April 9, Easter Sunday, more than 2,200 people were present at a special meeting held at the site reserved for the future Universal Cathedral in Kiev, Ukraine.

In detail:

Even in the midst of the chaotic scenario left by the war, Universal continued to provide social and spiritual assistance to those in the country. And this time, living the example of love for others left by the Lord Jesus, Easter Sunday was marked by a special meeting that brought together thousands of Ukrainians in celebration of the date.

The meeting held overcrowded the main nave of the temple, in addition to the auxiliary space. The morning was marked by stories of different people who witnessed the Power of God in the special concentration and also had a Word of faith and motivation for each Ukrainian present.

A special message:

Good Friday,  was the moment when Jesus saw himself betrayed, in such a way that he was led to crucifixion. Thus, today, many who place their trust in things or people, in times of greatest difficulty, find themselves alone, abandoned and without help.

However, those who surrender their lives into the hands of the Lord Jesus are never left by Him, because they have Him at any and every moment – be it in conquests and, mainly, in moments of affliction. Furthermore, those who have the Spirit of God within themselves are renewed and achieve the total transformation of their lives.

What people said:

The special gathering was seen as an opportunity for the many Ukrainians present to restart their lives through the Word of God.

Pastor Tiago Casagrande, responsible for Universal in Kiev, spoke about the importance of the meeting: “We see this very delicate moment for Ukrainians as a way to be bringing a word of comfort, faith, motivation. It was an event that, for sure, will be marked in the lives of these people”.

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