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Musical Play Highlights Pasig Local 26th Church Anniversary

After a decade and six years of arduous toils and labors, the PMCC 4th Watch Local Church of Pasig stood firm and endured all those privations. August 1 dated the commemoration of its 26th Church Anniversary held at the sanctuary of the Pasig Locale.

The celebration was prepared through a devotion service that was held at half past seven in the morning of the said date. Pastor Phet Enriquez delivered the words of God that inspired the brethren to entrust the event to the Lord.

As the guest speaker for the event, Pastor Reynald Sulayao, Bethlehem Area Coordinator, enthusiastically delivered the seminar determined of cultivating the brethren with pure doctrines, and by God’s grace, the congregation responded with eagerness.

The Divine Worship was guided by Tchr. Roselin Bago as the master of ceremony followed by the invocation of Bro. Chris Cruz. After the Scripture Reading led by Bro. Jun Bagalihog, a very energetic intermission number was offered to God by the MCA Preschool and Grades 1-2 students. 

Pastor Chris Enriquez, Macedonia Area Coordinator, further encouraged the brethren to be more faithful in giving thanks to the Lord. Another lively song number was presented by the Elementary Department before Ptr. Reynald ministered the words of God. With the theme, “Glorify God through Our Thanksgiving” taken from Psalms 50:14-15, he set examples to the congregation on how to glorify God through our thanksgiving. By God’s grace, scores of visitors responded to the altar call.

At night, the musical presentation entitled “Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat” was shown. It depicted the life story of Joseph, the son of Jacob who was sold by his brothers to slavery in Egypt, in full musical play in which the opening number was presented by the MCA Grades 5-7. During the intervals, song of praises coming from the selected AIT and MBS Students from Marikina Locale were lifted unto God. Ptr. Chris once again ministered the words of God at the end of the first part of the play. Another altar call was made and many visitors responded to it. A modern ethnic dance was performed by the Pastor’s Kids, before the continuation of the second part of the play. 

The celebration of the anniversary ended well and the attendees went home glorifying god for the success of the event. (P.Manlapig)