A church in the United Arab Emirates has expanded its services to reach natives on the island of Ras al Khaimah (RAK).
According to the Anglican Communion News Service, The church of St Luke in RAK now has an Urdu-speaking congregation led by Rev Daniel Sadiq.
The church celebrates Holy Communion every Fridayafternoon for the Urdu speaking community.
A spokesperson for the church said; "This new Anglican congregation is growing and we are blessed to share in fellowship with the Nepalis, Punjabis, and Pakistanis living in the area.
"St Luke, RAK is grateful to Revd Daniel, his family, and the Labour Camp Ministry hosted at St Martin's Sharjah for supporting the people of Ras al Khaimah. All over this land, the Spirit is moving."
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