Inspired by the theme “Thankful no matter what,” the brethren’s poems, essays, and works in photography were displayed at the function hall of the congregation’s place of worship.
One of the organizers, Brother Karl Kevin de Jesus, KADIWA officer, said, “Truly the activity has brought happiness to brethren. We could see how they were excited and active throughout the activity.”
Besides written poetry, the event included oral poetry contest, during which the brethren’s literary gift shone. One of them was Sister Hazel Bellen, whose meaningful piece and heartfelt delivery touched many from the audience, paving her way of being the winner.
Brother Jonathan Dela Cruz, choir director, and Sister Karen Faith Simpleo, district multimedia director, served as the judges. They admitted that they had a hard time choosing the winner for each category since all the participants were excellent and deserving to be the congregation’s representative in the district finals.
Brother Ruel San Gil, resident minister, supervised the activity. According to him, the activity was a discovery of many talented brethren in the district, who all thanked the Church Administration for allowing them to hold this kind of enriching activity. — With reports from INC News Section