Statement of Support for our Muslim Brothers and Sisters in Quebec City

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    To All Quebecers and Canadians,  

    It is with deep sadness that we have learned of the deadly attack on the Islamic Cultural Centre in Québec. To the Muslims in Quebec City, our member churches here in Quebec express our renouncement of such violence and we grieve for and with you.

    May God grant peace and comfort to those who are mourning.

    We demand safety for those who worship. We strive for peace and cooperation together in our communities.

    Major Grant Effer,

    Divisional Commander, The Salvation Army, Quebec

     

    30 January, 2017

    The Salvation Army exists to share the love of Jesus Christ, meet human needs and be a transforming influence in the communities of our world. The Salvation Army is currently active in 128 countries.

    The Salvation Army is passionately committed to eradicating poverty and caring for people who are struggling.  The Salvation Army is working to address the dehumanizing scourge of poverty and injustice and educate the public about what it means to live in poverty – and what they can do to help.