The following is a description of a ministry project of Impact France in collaboration with Centre de Réconciliation.
An integral part of the identity of the Reconciliation Church is to care for the people around us who are not being helped. Maison Esther (Esther House) is a shared home with 4 Christian students, 3 Christian families, and a home to 14 foreign minors without parents awaiting recognition of their minority for their care.
Maison Esther is in poor condition without insulation and suitable heating, which then leads to high energy costs. The bathrooms, toilets and shared living quarters are minimal, and the 14 young people are in one dormitory.
Starting with the young people on site and a work project during the summer of 2022, renovations have started on the house with additional renovations already scheduled in the coming months.
After the renovations, the Centre de la Réconciliation will be able to better accommodate the residents and Maison Esther will spend much less on energy expenses. This experience, which is not funded by the State, is followed with great interest by several social figures in the city and serves as a beautiful testimony.
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