Children’s Worship Service (CWS) members from the Local Congregation of Darwin, Northern Territory, which is under the Ecclesiastical District of Australia West, explored their creative side by participating in the arts and craft activity held on August 7, 2022.
The activity was held at the residence of the Pasuquin family in Muirhead, City of Darwin. Supervised by the CWS officers, the children made art pieces either through painting, clay modelling, or using melty beads―plastic fusible beads that are arranged on pegboards to form patterns when fused together by iron and wax paper.
“The kids are eager to participate in this art activity as this serves as a bonding moment with their fellow CWS members and, at the same time, enhance their creativity. We are thankful to our Lord God and to the Church Administration for this activity, especially now that the children are gathered with the easing of the pandemic restrictions,” Brother Lito Vasco, resident minister, said. — With reports from INC News Section