The Prince of Wales has expressed concern about the plight of Middle Eastern Christians and is visiting members of their communities in the UK tomorrow.
He will travel to the Coptic Orthodox Church Centre in Stevenage and then visit the Syrian Orthodox Church, St Thomas Cathedral in West London, where he will meet members of the community and hear about their experiences in the Middle East.
Later tomorrow he is to host a reception at Clarence House to celebrate Christian Communities in the Middle East, at which the Archbishop of Westminster, the Archbishop of Canterbury and the Chief Rabbi are due to be present.
In a statement, Clarence House said: “The Prince has expressed concern about the current challenges facing Christians in some Middle Eastern nations and wanted to meet members of those communities resident in the UK to find out more.”
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