Seven years after the crusade was broken and destroyed, the church of Sergius and Bacchus returns to life with the first steps of its rehabilitation, announcing the return of the Christian community to the city of Tabqa after years of displacement outside.
The Religious Affairs Foundation organized a ceremony to raise the cross over the church of Saints Sergius and Bacchus in the third district of Tabqa city. The ceremony was attended by many members of the class and representatives of civil activities and members of the civil council.
The ceremony began with a minute of silence for the souls of the martyrs, and then sons of Tabqa gave bouquets of flowers to the members of the Christian community.
Then Roshan Hami delivered the opening speech on behalf of the democratic civil administration, in which the people of the city blessed the return of life to this church, which will be rebuilt and restored within a short period of time and confirmed that the people of the city stand side by side to rebuild this city and build a legacy of an organization calling for destruction and destruction. The city administration is the rights of the sons of this country and respect for the religious freedom of all components of the democratic nation of Muslims, Christians, Assyrians, Syrians and others.
Then Hami and a number of Christian and Muslim children unveiled the cross of the church amidst the joy of the audience and their cheering for the unity of the democratic nation.
He also praised the importance of cohesion among all sects and components of the nation. This cohesion leads to the unity of the people and its cohesion in the face of the difficulties and challenges facing the nation. He pointed to the interest of the religious establishment in the reconstruction of all mosques, churches and places of worship in northern Syria.
At the end of the ceremony, Akram Tani, one of the Christians of the city and a member of the Legislative Council in the city, delivered a speech on behalf of the brotherhood of the peoples, calling on all expatriate Christians outside the city to return to it and contribute to the reconstruction of this city after achieving security and safety for this city and achieving justice and equality. Components of this nation.