Married members from the district gained greater appreciation of the Church’s history after their virtual tour of the Iglesia Ni Cristo Museum on October 16, 2021. This was several weeks after their children who are members of the Children’s Worship Service benefitted from the same project, which the INC Museum itself initiated.
The Buklod members participated in the activity via videoconferencing. They watched two episodes in the series, the first of which featured the exhibits displaying several Guinness Book of World Records plaques awarded to the Church for its record-breaking outreach activities during its Centennial. The second episode they watched featured the artifacts dating from the early years of the Church.
Brother Jules Tacan, the minister who supervised the activity, said, “The Buklod members in our district were very happy to participate in the activity. Even though we are here abroad, through the use of modern technology we were able to tour, for the first time, the INC Museum virtually.”
He added that the brethren expressed eagerness “to view it [the exhibits] personally when we return home to the Philippines.”
The INC Museum, a five-storey, state-of-the-art building, situated at 25 Central Avenue, Quezon City, Philippines, designed by the Philippine National Artist for Architecture, Francisco ‘Bobby’ Mañosa, was inaugurated by the Church’s Executive Minister, Brother Eduardo V. Manalo, on August 26, 2019. ― With reports from INC News Section