Science tour piques youth’s curiosity in Falconridge

By BRAINNARD AMAY and ANTONIO G. CAÑAVERAL JR.

Date Posted: April 25, 2022

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The science tour activity for the KADIWA and Binhi members from the Local Congregation of Falconridge, Alberta, in the Ecclesiastical District of Calgary, Canada, held on April 3, 2022, piqued the curiosity of the young brethren and strengthened their bond of brotherhood.

The youth members flocked to the TELUS Spark Science Centre, a science museum in Calgary, Alberta, Canada and observed its interactive exhibits, multimedia presentations, as well as educational demonstrations that show the wonders of science.

The young brethren toured the Quantum Sandbox which features floor-to-ceiling image of subatomic particles. They also spent time at several specialized exhibition areas dedicated to topics such as the Human Body, Planet Earth, and Virtual Reality. The tour included a visit to the Infinity Dome, a theater that provides a 360-degree visual effects experience about the wonders of the Earth and space.

Through the lens of science, the attendees affirmed their knowledge about the wonders of God’s creation. It also provided a way for members of both KADIWA and Binhi organizations to strengthen their brotherhood as they spent time together. — With reports from INC News Section