Asukulu Ramadhani and David Balondani, prepared to hang a calendar as they helped prepare an apartment in Lexington. St. Luke United Methodist Church has “adopted” a Congolese refugee family through Kentucky Refugee Ministries. The team, who all came here through KRM themselves, moved donated furniture into the family’s apartment to make it ready for their arrival. St. Luke United Methodist Church hosts a Swahili-speaking service that draws about 115 Congolese each week, and many of them are refugees.
Asukulu Ramadhani and David Balondani, prepared to hang a calendar as they helped prepare an apartment in Lexington. St. Luke United Methodist Church has “adopted” a Congolese refugee family through Kentucky Refugee Ministries. The team, who all came here through KRM themselves, moved donated furniture into the family’s apartment to make it ready for their arrival. St. Luke United Methodist Church hosts a Swahili-speaking service that draws about 115 Congolese each week, and many of them are refugees. Charles Bertram cbertram@herald-leader.com
Asukulu Ramadhani and David Balondani, prepared to hang a calendar as they helped prepare an apartment in Lexington. St. Luke United Methodist Church has “adopted” a Congolese refugee family through Kentucky Refugee Ministries. The team, who all came here through KRM themselves, moved donated furniture into the family’s apartment to make it ready for their arrival. St. Luke United Methodist Church hosts a Swahili-speaking service that draws about 115 Congolese each week, and many of them are refugees. Charles Bertram cbertram@herald-leader.com

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January 22, 2017 6:19 PM

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