Brethren from all local congregations in the Ecclesiastical District of Calgary worked unitedly to make their districtwide musical evangelical mission on July 24, 2022, a success.
They invited and brought guests to King’s Court in Airdrie, Alberta, Calgary, for the two-part activity hosted by the Local Congregation of Airdrie, Alberta.
“It feels good to see the unity of the brethren, even though we come from different locales. Some are two hours, an hour away,” said Brother James Villanueva, assigned ministerial worker in the Lethbridge Congregation. “It is very nice to see the brethren united in these activities, not only to share our faith but also to strengthen the brethren, and all of us will be together in active services to our Lord God.”
In the first part of the activity, Brother Rolando Gaviola, the district supervising minister, preached God’s words to the attendees, emphasizing the importance of becoming a member of the true Church Of Christ to attain salvation on Judgment Day. After his preaching, a choral group composed of choir members and selected brethren rendered musical performances featuring Original Iglesia Ni Cristo Music.
“It makes me happy that no matter how far brethren are, they gave their support and unity in the activity and showed how much they love their duty inside the Church of Christ,” said Samantha Pile, a Binhi performer from Heritage Park Congregation.
Another performer, Rolando Bisda from the Capitol Hill Congregation, enthused, “It is our holy obligation to invite our friends and loved ones because we know that inside the Church of Christ, there is salvation.”
“We will continue to help in the propagational activities of the Church to fulfill the will of God for all people for salvation,” said Brother Nathaniel Subala, the assigned ministerial worker in Ponoka Congregation. “We will continue and never stop inviting people inside the Church of Christ.” — With reports from INC News Section