Brimbank Congregation reaches out to Congolese community
By GABRIEL MATINING and MARK ANDRO T. MILAN
Date Posted: January 7, 2021
On December 23, 2020, members of the Church Of Christ from the Local Congregation of Brimbank, Ecclesiastical District of Australia West, once again united with the Church Administration in lending a helping hand to their fellowmen through an Aid to Humanity activity.
The district supervising minister, Brother Romeo Beltran, led the brethren in the preparation and distribution of relief goods at the City of Melton, which is 35 kilometers away from Melbourne. The local Congolese community benefited.
Bob Turner, community council member, and Maureen Mohr, president of Melton’s St. Vincent De Paul Society, witnessed the community outreach activity. They said they were also present in two Aid to Humanity activities previously held in their city.
No matter what time of the year or whatever the condition of the world is, the brethren from Brimbank Congregation said that they will continue to fulfill their vow of loving their fellowmen by sharing with them God-given blessings, especially the true faith that leads to salvation of the soul. — With reports from INC News Section