“Before, for us to be able to attend the worship service at the house of worship of the Local Congregation of Tartaro, we would have to walk for about three hours. There were times that we would walk through muddy roads and floods on rainy seasons. But now, it’s much easier for us to attend the worship service in our new place of worship,” shared Felimon Aves, 75 years old and one of the pioneering members in Tartaro.
Brother Rainier Sabino, district supervising minister, officiated at the special worship service. In his homily, he highlighted the theme of the Church’s activities for this year, “We Need to Believe in, Trust in, and Rely on What God Can Do for Us,” which they can all the more prove by upholding their worship of and praying to God, and all other commandments of His as well.
“The house of worship has a great relevance to the lives of the brethren. In such place, they can always call on God either on worship service days or not. And God promises that He will listen to their call,” said Brother Sabino in an interview.
Malibay is the newest among the eight extensions of the Ecclesiastical District of Bulacan North, which has 30 local congregations and one group worship service. — With reports from Kalix Mendoza of INC News Section