Andrew Karram is the pastor of Mosaic Intercultural Church, a Christian church worshipping in and serving the North East London community around Kipps Lane. Mosaic is committed to developing intercultural leaders and expressions of worship. Andrew has extensive experience navigating diversity in the church and in the university student community. He holds a Masters degree in theology and is the happy husband of Kimberly and father to three amazing girls.
More than half of the people who attend Mosaic Intercultural Church are under 20 years old. Many of them are the children of refugees who speak English as well as their native tongue, and possibly a third or fourth language depending on what countries their families lived in temporarily as they journeyed to Canada. Not completely Canadian, but not entirely identified with their home countries, these hybrid kids are a bridge between cultures.