Renovated Saskatoon house of worship dedicated to God
By ERIC PEREY and MARK ANDRO T. MILAN
Date Posted: January 15, 2021
Blessed with a newly renovated house of worship, Church members from the Local Congregation of Saskatoon attended its dedication worship service on January 2, 2021. Their fellow brethren throughout the Ecclesiastical District of Manitoba joined them through live video streaming in compliance with the government restrictions regarding large gatherings.
Situated at 1022 Avenue L. South Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canada, the house of worship underwent a full renovation in August 2019. The main hall can comfortably seat 80 at any given time. The basement houses the local offices, overflow room, function hall, and baptismal pool.
The brethren said that the dedication of their beautiful house of worship was special for them. For several months, they were not hindered by the Covid-19 pandemic, not only from conducting simultaneous devotional prayers at their respective homes, but also in helping in the renovation.
Brother Sidney Santos, district supervising minister, who officiated at the holy gathering, shared, “Our brethren united, day and night, in helping in the renovation of our chapel because it is their faith that the work of the Church must continue, no matter what may happen or occur around us.”
For the Church members in the Local Congregation of Saskatoon, this answered prayer has further increased their faith in what our Almighty God can do for His faithful servants.
On behalf of the district, Brother Santos added, “Through the leadership and inspiration of our Executive Minister, Brother Eduardo V. Manalo, we set forth to ensure that our house of worship in Saskatoon would bring glory to our Lord God and wherein the services and prayers to God would be heard and answered.” — With reports from INC News Section