Prayers held in Nottingham for Ukraine during church service
The Ukrainian people "have God on our side" after being invaded by Russia, a priest told worshippers.
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At the Sunday service at Our Lady of Perpetual Succour and St Alban in Sneinton, the Very Rev Father David Senyk said people have been in front of TV screens "with tears in our eyes".
Hymns were sung in Ukrainian during the service, with the congregation told of support from other faiths.
"We are not alone - the world stands with us," Father Senyk added.
Father Senyk, who acts as a priest for Ukrainian Catholic churches across the East Midlands, told the congregation that people fearing for friends and family fighting or fleeing the country "truly feel God's love".
Father Senyk, who was born in the UK to a Ukrainian father, said the "surreal" week had been "hard to compute" for the community.