Port Moresby Congregation holds Aid to Humanity for Kipo residents


Date Posted: July 8, 2022

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“Thank you, Church Of Christ, for coming to our place, and providing assistance,” enthused Rose Kotario, a resident of Kipo Settlement in Boroko, a suburb of Port Moresby, Papua New Guinea. She said that it was the first time her family witnessed the Church’s Aid to Humanity held on June 19, 2022 in their community, which is about half an hour away from the house of worship of the Local Congregation of Port Moresby located at Millinch Granville, Waigani, Port Moresby.


Brother Regino Manangan Jr., the resident minister, led brethren-volunteers in the said humanitarian activity. He briefly introduced to the gathered residents what the Iglesia Ni Cristo (Church Of Christ) is, some of its fundamental beliefs, and the reason behind its continuous outreach activities all over the world. Relief packages were handed to the Kipo residents afterwards.

Baptized into the Church Of Christ many years back, and who now has the duty of being the chapel custodian, Famudi Sevuya, former chieftain of Kipo, helped out in organizing the Aid to Humanity for the community.

The residents expressed their gratitude for the sharing of faith and aid. As of this writing, more than 20 residents have declared their intent to know more about God’s teachings upheld inside the Church Of Christ. — With reports from INC News Section