After successfully planting tree seedlings at M'bwatalika mission on 15 March 2019, about one hundred members of Lilongwe Central Church Adventist Youth celebrated the Global Youth day by attending a church service at M'bwatalika mission football ground on 16th March,2019 and donating items to the mission school.
The items which were donated included 9 bags of maize,40kg of beans 15kg of salt,3 bags of rice,5 cartoons of washing soap, exercises books, writing pens, 1 netball, 1football and many other items. These items were donated to help the school and a the very needy students at both primary and secondary school.
Some of the high profile people who witnessed the function were the Traditional Authority (T.A) M'bwatalika , Malawi Union Conference Youth Director Dr E. Luwani, Central Malawi Conference Chief financial Officer Pastor Collins Bowa and Lilongwe Central church pastor Petros Sukali.
The Principal of M'bwatali school Mrs Chimwemwe Guluka thanked the youth for the good gesture and encouraged them to continue doing so to other people who are in need. She also said the donation will a long way help the needy students for both M'bwatalika secondary and primary schools.
''We thank God for the wonderful programme which has been done by the youth from Lilongwe Central Church. May God continue blessing these youth as they help in spreading God's word throughout the central Malawi Conference and beyond.''Said Guluka.
T.A M'bwatalika also thanked the youth from central church for their donation encouraged the other youth who attended the ceremony to emulate the good gesture of Lilongwe Central Church.
The major event in the afternoon was a Health EXPO programme which was led by College of Medicine students and some medical doctors from central church. The programme started with presentations on importance of Nutrition , Exercises , Water, Sunlight, Temperance, Air, Rest, and Trust in God in short NEWSTART for staying healthy. Lastly all the people aged sixty years and above had a privilege of having a free medical check up by the college of medicine students and medical doctors from central church.