Thought for the day
"Ask and it will be given to you; seek and you will find; knock and the door will be opened to you. For everyone who asks receives; he who seeks finds; and to him who knocks, the door will be opened."
- Matthew 7:7-8
CSI Piravom Congregation of the Diocese distributed food kits to the needy during the lockdown. CSI Pullikkallu Congregation distributed vegetable kits to the needy in two phases and preparing for the third phase. Kumplampoika CSI Pastorate extended financial support to the needy in the outstations of the Pastorate. CSI Nedumkunnam North Congregation distributed facemasks to families. CSI Kallara congregation distributed food kits.
Tholassery CSI St Thomas Church contributed the organic vegetables from the parsonage compound, which were the result of the effort of the Vicar of the church. These vegetables were handed over to the officials for the use in the community kitchens.
During the lockdown due to COVID 19, the teachers and non-teaching staff of the CMS High School in Kanam supplied 250 food kit for the needy students of the school.
Muttuchira CSI congregation distributed vegetable kits to the needy. Mundiyappally CSI Church gave financial support to the govt community kitchen, which functioned for the needy during the COVID 19 lockdown.
The Diocese distributed drinking water to the state police who are working relentlessly during the lockdown.
The Youth Movement of the CSI Mallassery Church distributed food kits. They distributed free facemasks as part of combating COVID 19. CSI East Meenadom also distributed food kits for the needy. The Youth Movement members of the CSI Koorumala St Peter’s Church distributed groceries. The members of the CSI Njeezhoor Pastorate, and Peruva and Perumpadavam outstations received vegetable and provision kits with the support of the Piravom Church.
Bishop Moore Vidyapit, Kayamkulam distributed food and vegetable kits to the members of the Kadambanadu CSI Church, one of the pastorates of the diocese. St. Andrews CSI Church youth movement offered helping hands in this distribution.
The youth movement members of the Madhya Kerala Youth movement joined hands with the Pathanamthitta District administration in Kerala in fighting CORONA. The volunteers of the youth movement joined to help police, excise and health medical team who collect the details of the interstate travellers and find out whether they have the symptoms of CORONA. This task force is formed by the District collector.
The Diocesan Youth Movement came up with the #MillionFacemaskChallenge with the vision that even after the lockdown people should be wearing masks to completely wipe out the ill- effect of COVID 19.
CSI Retreat Centre of the Diocese was handed over to the state govt to be conveyed as a quarantine centre for the those who are coming back to Kerala from abroad in the wake of COVID 19. The first group of non- resident Indians from abroad (Dammam) has already arrived.
The commendable work of the diocese will continue until the lockdown is over or beyond.Back