REV. ANISH THOMAS THOMAS
FROM THE DESK OF THE VICAR
'Awake, O north wind, and come, O south wind! Blow upon my garden, let its spices flow. She Let my beloved come to his garden, and eat its choicest fruits'. (Song Of Solomon4:16)
Greetings to you all in the name of our Lord Jesus Christ.
Let us thank God for leading us together as a worship community God's people has been called to glorify Lord's name on
this earth. Wherever we have been placed by God, we should be faithful towards Him. As far as we are concerned, August month is much important to our Parish. The third Sunday of august, is being organized as the student's dedication day .Arrangements are being done to start the new year's Sunday school classes. Parents should take extra care and effort to send their children regularly to Sunday school classes. Parents should make sure that their children give equal importance to the Sunday school as they give to their school and college classes. Sale and auctions are scheduled to be held this month. Earth and everything on earth belongs to God. The Harvest and all its First fruit are to be provided to the One who provides us with the Sun and rain respectively. This is an offering, followed by the people of the old testament till now. May the Lord help us to make this year's sale and auction a grand success.
All these programs and events should be a source to bring all the parish members in one chain and become more closer to each Other in love and faith. As far as the past eight years Of our parish is concerned, all its gains and achievements during these eight years is worthy to be praised . We have to work together to maintain the unity and love among the parish members without any
fail. Prayers and wishes for all the children those who are going to far and distant places with new admissions for their higher education.
Conveying my prayers and regards to all.
Yours In Christ
Rev. Anish Thomas Thomas
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CHRISTOS MAR THOMA CHURCH
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