Bucharest, Romania – In the basement of a new building in Giulesti, a neighbourhood on the periphery of Bucharest, pastor Peter Rong is preaching.
It is Sunday and his sermon is about the Tower of Babel as a symbol of diversity.
The church he is preaching in, Nadejdea, is Baptist and a small Tower of Babel itself.
People from all over the world gather here to pray or seek help. Most are asylum seekers.
Over the years, Nadejdea has become known as the “refugees’ church”.