“This CWS officers’ general assembly highlighted the importance of taking care of the spiritual well-being of the children because they are the future of the Church. We are eager to plan more activities for the children and guide them to grow in the faith,” Brother Lowell Nucum, Christian Family Organizations (CFO) overseer of the Ecclesiastical District of New Jersey said about the Children’s Worship Service (CWS) officers’ general assembly held at the house of worship of the Local Congregation of Wrightstown on January 29, 2023.
The occasion was led by Brother Alex Reyes, district supervising minister. He reminded the attendees through a biblical lesson about their duty to help in making sure that the commandments of God are being followed by the children of the brethren.
“We were taught what we can do to improve our visitations and how to have better rapport and relationship with our brothers and sisters in the CWS,” said Raymond Villegas, CWS officer from the Local Congregation of Bayonne.
A calendar of activities was presented to the CWS officers outlining the scheduled events for the district as well as local congregation activities for the children.
“The CWS officers were reminded that they are helpers of the Church Administration. This will benefit them as they perform their duties in caring and guiding the young children in proper services to God ,” Brother Murphy Tomas, ministerial worker from North New Jersey Local Congregation, explained.
“The lesson taught in the general assembly will help me in fulfilling my duty,” Jack Russell Belleza, CWS officer from North New Jersey Congregation, enthused. “It was reiterated to us the delicate work in taking care of the children who, like the adult members, also need our Almighty God’s words.” — With reports from INC News Section