Stirling gives food packs for Covid-19 fight
By JENNELIN GUANZON and VINCE T. BASCO
Date Posted: August 4, 2020
Though the Covid-19 quarantine restrictions in the state of Western Australia is gradually easing, a number of international students, overseas Filipino workers, and individuals in the City of Stirling in Western Australia still struggle with their daily lives.
Concerned, the brethren from the Local Congregation of Stirling, Ecclesiastical District of Australia West gave them free food packs. These were given through the Filipino-Australian Club of Perth Inc. (FACPI) and the Philippine Consulate in Perth.
Brother Roland Gaviola, resident ministerial worker, led this Aid to Humanity activity conducted on July 18, 2020.
Virma Symmons conveyed the gratitude of the beneficiaries as well as the appreciation of FACPI and the Consulate for the brethren’s generosity and support to the community. She also congratulated the Church Of Christ for reaching its 106th anniversary.
The brethren continue to unite in giving aid to their fellowmen as part of giving glory to the Lord God. ― With reports from INC News Section