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Latter-day Saints in many European countries minister each day in unexpected ways to individuals fleeing the armed conflict in Ukraine.
These efforts take place at the hands of individuals, families, wards, stakes or coordinated across countries. Some of the service was described in a recent article from the Church’s Europe Newsroom.
Elder Massimo De Feo is the Europe Area president, and he said members of the Church in the 38 countries that make up the area want to emulate the Savior in ministering to those affected by this crisis.
“We are trying to do what Jesus would have us do, to lift the downtrodden. So, we want the right supplies, financial support and people to go where they are needed the most — and as quickly as possible,” he said.
More than 600 members of the Church who are Ukrainian refugees have received help from the Church so far.
Elder Rubén V. Alliaud, the second counselor in the Europe Area presidency, said, “It is almost overwhelming to see the goodness and the willingness to serve of so many.”
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