Burleson Church Helping Ukrainian Refugees Who've Arrived In North Texas

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So far, First United Methodist Church has raised about $9,500 and has found a host family for a Ukrainian family of three to stay with.

– First United Methodist Church in Burleson is stepping up to provide food, housing and other needs to Ukrainian refugees who have made it to North Texas.

In late February, as Russian soldiers started bombing Kharkiv, she headed with her husband and teenage son to the closest operational train station.“We saw tanks and these tanks were like boom, boom, boom so we were really scared,” she said. “ maybe now we are dying. God please save me, save my family.”

Nataliia Hays told them online she, and her church in Burleson, were ready to welcome them. They arrived last Saturday.

 

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