Milan District opens Rimini GWS
By GELLIE JUGNO and MARK ANDRO T. MILAN
Date Posted: February 26, 2021
With growing Church membership despite the pandemic, the Iglesia Ni Cristo’s Administration established the Rimini Group Worship Service in the Ecclesiastical District of Milan.
To mark the occasion, the new GWS’ inaugural worship service was held on February 14, 2021 at the Hotel Ambasciatori, Via Amerigo Vespucci 22, 47921, Rimini. After that, regular worship services would be held at its place of worship at Via Soardi 18.
District supervising minister, Brother Dyland Ramos, officiated at the worship service and also administered the oath-taking of the Rimini GWS’ first set of officers.
One of them, Noel Perante, said, “We thank the Lord God for blessing us this wonderful opportunity.”
Taking the opportunity to introduce the Church and its faith to others, the new GWS’ pioneering members invited and brought guests, who live in the neighborhood, to the worship services.
On behalf of the GWS and the district, Brother Dyland Ramos said, “We thank the Executive Minister, Brother Eduardo V. Manalo, for approving this inaugural worship service here in Rimini. We will remain in our loyalty and complete unity with the Church Administration in all the activities being launched, especially in the further intensified propagation of God’s words nowadays.”
Rimini, which sprawls along the Adriatic Sea, is a city under the jurisdiction of Emilia-Romagna region of northern Italy. It is famous for being an art city with ancient Roman and Renaissance monuments. — With reports from INC News Section