Pag-asa Congregation’s new house of worship rises in Subic Free Port Zone
By JUN MIRANDA and VINCE T. BASCO
Date Posted: December 24, 2020
Brother Arcelito Reloza, district supervising minister, officiated the dedication worship service.
Due to the increase of the local congregation’s membership over the years as a result of the brethren’s unity in the intensive work of propagation, they needed a larger house of worship.
“Every Church member has an obligation to share one’s faith, I invite people to evangelical missions and through God’s mercy from the guests many became members in the Church,” Magdalena Magno, a Church officer, said.
“The brethren in this congregation truly need a bigger house of worship, because they can no longer fit when they are holding worship services and gatherings in their former house of worship. New members are also being added in their congregation,” Brother Reloza confirmed.
The brethren’s fervent prayers were answered and the Church Administration had a magnificent 800-seater house of worship built for them.
It now rises splendidly in the Subic Bay Freeport Zone, Zambales, Philippines.
“When we saw that the new house of worship will be dedicated to God, we were full of joy. From our former house of worship, it was replaced with a modern sacred edifice. Thus, we wholeheartedly thank God for this blessing,” Teoderico Bartolome, a Church officer, expressed with gratefulness.
“We thank the Church Administration because we feel their love and concern for the brethren in this place,” Brother Reloza added. — With reports from INC News Section