United By Their Wartorn Past

Brian Adeba
Published: Wednesday, 09/13/2006 12:00 am EDT

The small congregation that gathers to pray every Sunday afternoon at the Bronson Centre in downtown Ottawa is all too familiar with tales of war and suffering. So when the preacher, Samuel Guli, a tall man in a dark suit with a yellow tie, bows his head and asks the congregation to pray for Darfur last Sunday, it is in empathy–only understood by those bonded by the tragedy of war–that they bow their heads and pray.

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