The resident ministerial worker, Brother Lester Arellano, led the activity. Heidee Dabu-Gubalane, registered physical therapist, served as guest speaker. She said, “We aim for our brethren to be all the more aware of their physical health, especially now that we are in a pandemic crisis.”
Grateful for the activity, Redesmenia Caday, deaconess, said, “This is truly a great help to us. The more we are able to avoid being sick, the more we can expect our family to remain stable and resilient against the pandemic and, most of all, fit to continue performing our Church duties.”
As the pandemic worsens, the Church Administration continues to launch activities like this for the welfare of the brethren, reminding them of ways so as not to be infected by the pandemic virus, among other illnesses.
On behalf of the congregation, Brother Lester Arellano, said, “Our local congregation, even during this pandemic, will remain united with the Church Administration in propagating God’s words, edifying the brethren, and participating in all Church activities.” — With reports from INC News Section