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MUC PRESIDENT PARTICIPATES IN COMMUNITY SERVICE AT BWAILA HOSPITAL


As one way of reaching out to the world during the community service week, the Malawi Union Conference President,Pastor Tony Nyirenda joined women around Falls Zone Dorcas department in Lilongwe as they visited Bwaila hospital on the 2nd June, 2024.


The occasion was also graced by the Malawi Union Conference Women Ministries Director Emily Banda Egolet, SID Communications Director Pastor Noel Sibanda, Mozambique Union Communications Director Pastor Egas Zavale and Central Malawi Conference Women Director, Grace Mazunda.


Pastor Nyirenda reminded the women that they are salt of the earth hence they need to make the world a better place for all.


"You are the salt of the world , therefore people need your saltiness in your communities.They need to feel relieved of their burdens because of you, they need to feel grateful because of your presence , your characters should make people around you comfortable." Said the Malawi Union President after reading from the book of Matthew 5:13.


He urged the women to lead by good example around their communities because they are the salt of their surroundings.


He further advised the women not to stop working for their communities but rather should keep doing that even after the community service week.


Malawi Union Director for Women Ministries Department, Emily Banda Egolet appealed to women to keep working and bring out reports of their labour after the exercise.


"Keep working and by the end we need to get reports on how the work has been going on, and how many people you reached out to and who gave their lives to Christ," she said.


The women mopped in the wards , swept around the hospital premises , cooked for the patients and cherished the sick and gave assorted items like buckets and washing soap.


The MUC president Pastor Tony Nyirenda together with the other dignitaries also took part in the mopping and cooking.


By Beatrice Buleki

CMC. Media

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