BY BARNABAS MANRBONA
A team of 40 Seventh Day Adventists from Taro Station made a successful weekend visitation tour to Voruvoru Community at Northwest Choiseul between the 23rd and 25th of this month.
The team led by Reverend Minister George Bekele and Personal Ministry Leader Simmy Vazarabatu was comprised of church elders, pastors, youths, men, Dorcas, nurses and pathfinders camping at Voruvoru Primary School compound.
Mr Nerio Ulemiki the media coordinator for Christ the King Parish reporting said an open-air service was held on Friday night at the Mission Station in which various activities like sing-along, health awareness talk by professionals in the team, slide shows and open air preaching by the Minister George Bekele took place.
“On Saturday, the team made charitable visits to orphans, the sick, disabled and the elderly in which they prayed and presented gifts to them being 44 in total,” said Mr Ulemiki.
“Night program continued and ended successfully on Saturday Night with thanks from both the Voruvoru Community and the team because the visitation was historical due to the fact that it was the first time for a SDA group to visit Voruvoru and open interaction with Catholics in the area.”
The SDA team travelled back to Taro Station on Sunday morning.