Tambongon Congregation plants 400 mangrove seedlings

By MAE DELA CRUZ and MARK ANDRO MILAN

Date Posted: April 3, 2022

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On March 19, 2022, Iglesia Ni Cristo members from the Local Congregation of Tambongon, Ecclesiastical District of Bogo City, Cebu conducted a mangrove tree planting activity in San Remegio, Cebu, Philippines. The brethren planted a total of 400 mangrove seedlings.

Among the municipalities in the island of Cebu, San Remigio boasts of the longest coastline. It is situated on the northwestern side of the island, facing Tañon Strait.

Brother Joshua Muñez, resident ministerial worker, led the activity aimed “to upkeep our mangrove forest, which would pave the way for more aquatic life to thrive here.”

Rex Lerasan, local congregation Buklod president, enthused that their “efforts were worth it. We enjoyed planting the mangrove seedlings, for it is also a way for us to show our unity with the Administration God placed in the Church.” — With reports from INC News Section

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