A new, Christian clothing line is being rolled out in the Canadian capital.
It’s called Christian PrayerCloth and it’s being launched with the help of a $100,000 donation from a church foundation.
It has been named after the Catholic saint who was a Christian minister in the 17th century.
“We’re in this very exciting time, and the world is going through an incredible change,” said Christian Clothing founder and CEO and co-founder Tim Zimbalist.
“The Catholic Church has been a powerful force in this country, and I think that’s the reason we want to be part of this.
It gives us the opportunity to work with churches and their faith to do things that are good and beautiful and uplifting and beautiful.”
Zimbel says it’s not only about what you wear, it’s what you do with it.
He says the goal is to make clothing more inclusive for women and people of all faiths.
“You know that there’s a huge difference between what people wear on a Sunday morning and what they wear on Friday night, but I think people are seeing that,” he said.
“That we don’t have the same values as the other side of the world, so I think there’s an opportunity for that.”
A look inside a Christian PrayerCLOTH store in Ottawa.
(Christian Clothing) The company started out in Ottawa in March of 2017.
It opened in June of that year in the city’s west end and is now spread across the city, from Richmond Hill to Ottawa West and the capital’s east end.
“It’s a bit of a different direction for us,” said Zimbaric.
“I mean, I was really surprised at how popular it was and how well it was received.
I think what we have here is really a really strong sense of community, a really solid community.”
And it’s a really good thing, he said, that it’s been a huge success.
“In the last five years, we’ve had over 500 orders,” he noted.
“And that’s a pretty good success rate.
In a time when more and more Canadians are wearing more and different things, Zimbala said it’s important to remember that clothes are still clothing. “
So we really believe that what we do is going to be a success.”
In a time when more and more Canadians are wearing more and different things, Zimbala said it’s important to remember that clothes are still clothing.
“But it’s about how you wear it,” he added.
“There’s a lot more to it than just the clothes you wear on the street.
It really is about the meaning that it holds, and that’s what we hope is going into this.”
The company says it plans to roll out the line in a few more Canadian cities by the end of the year.
“As a company we’ve spent the last few years looking at where the best places are to start, so this is really the beginning of something really big and exciting,” Zimba said.