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"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

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CSI Kanyakumari Diocese is actively involved in the Relief work and the Congregations Walk Extra Miles to help Needy During COVID 19 Communication

CSI Pastorate Church Keezhkulam food kits were distributed to hundreds of families in different phases. CSI Kumarankudy Church of Poovancode District shared their resources in helping needy families. CSI Maruthancode District Church shared God's love in helping the needy. CSI Devicode District Church helped the needy in their locality.

CSI School for the Blind provided kits contains essentials to the differently-abled families. 

CSI Chemponvilai Pastorate Church of Neyyoor District helped the needy in their locality. CSI Kunjacode Church extended support to the needy by providing food items.

Aruguvilai East Church had given corona relief fund for the church members.

CSI Church Araikulam provided grocery items needed for 140 families in the town on behalf of the United Association of the church. CSI Puthoor Church of Kaliancaud District helped the needy by providing food items.

CSI Suvisesha Puram Church, Thovalai of Aralvaimozhi District helped 50 families in their locality. Eathamozhi CSI Church of Kaliancaud District shared rice packets in two phases. CSI Cherukole church supported 70 families with food packets.

CSI Payanam church identified 75 needy families of our area gave Rs 1000/- each and getting ready for second round helps. St. John's CSI Church in Anbarpuram distributed food bags and dry rations to the needy during this pandemic. Pilankalai Church distributed essential provision kits to its needy members and also needy people of their locality.

Paruthivilai Church of Kallukootam District shared rice packets and vegetables in their locality. CSI Nullikadu Church of Maruthamcode District helped the needy in their area.  CSI Philipspuram Pastorate Church, Nagercoil offered 5 kg rice, groceries and Rs. 500 to the needy people in the church and the neighbourhood. Motta Kaalai Church of Chirakkara District shared needed help to the people in their locality.

Sahayanager Pastorate Church of Christ Church District, Nagercoil, distributed food packets to the needy. Neyyoor Home Church distributed rice bags and grocery to needy families. CSI Kamarajapuram Church Committee has initiated philanthropic help to economically deprived brothers and sisters of its locality. Lockdown affects the economy of the people Pray for the restoration of normalcy.

Cheramangalam Pastorate Church of Neyyoor District took initiative and distributed rice packets and vegetables. Meadpuram Pastorate Church of Nagercoil Home Church District distributed vegetables and groceries to 15 families in and around the Church. Mylaudy District Church distributed 5kg rice packets and vegetables to the families and needy.

Kunjanthandalar Memorial CSI Church Saralvilai, Maruthoorkurichi, shared their love to nearly 75 families at Maruthoorkurichi.

CSI Irenipuram District Church shared extended support to the needy.

Child Development Center at Kanniyakumari CSI Perinpapuram, Palliyati, which has 345 poor students, was supported with the essentials.

CSI Kanyakumari Diocesan Schools gave rice and groceries to the needy students and their families.  LMS High School, Jamestown, Christucoil LMS HSS, Palliyadi and CSIVV HSS Irenipuram helped the needy students and their families. The Corporate Manager, Correspondents, Teachers and Heads of the Schools took this initiative in helping needy.

Welfare schemes were provided on behalf of CSI Iyer Regional Council in Ilavuvilai.

Kanyakumari Diocese of the Church of South India handed over 243 beds in the diocesan hospital in Neyyoor to the District Corona Prevention Team including the ICU units.

The rural congregations of the Diocese are the worst affected during this lockdown period. Most of the congregation members are farmers and depending on daily wages. Considering this situation, the Diocese launched a project on Corona Relief Aid for Rural Congregations. The rural congregations under the 41 District Churches were identified, and relief works started today by the Diocesan Bishop.

The commendable activities of the Diocese, especially the provision of the relief fund, is continuing.