The KADIWA district leadership organized the activity which aimed to give the brethren a chance to bond together. Through the activity the district officers and the KADIWA in Metro Adelaide were able “to meet and socialize with the brethren. “We want the brethren there to feel even that even though they’re away from us here in Melbourne, we care for them still,” said Brendan Keith Thompson, a KADIWA district officer.
“We [district officers] were supposed to visit fellow KADIWA members in Metro Adelaide but lockdowns were implemented. So, we planned to facilitate the activity instead so that our brethren can focus on the activity,” he added.
The brethren logged in to a virtual room for the gathering. During the activity, introductions were made so that the brethren will get to know each other. Before breakout sessions were facilitated by the KADIWA district officers, the attendees warmed up though a quiz game.
Even though it is often difficult to keep in touch with friends and loved ones nowadays, the brethren were thankful to the Church Administration for such activity that uplifted their brotherhood and spiritual fervor. ― With reports from INC News Section