In an inspiring display of unity and fellowship, the Rambukkana House Church Youth Fellowship and the Youth Fellowship of Church of Healing Christ the King Kadalana came together to organize a remarkable Friendship Camp. The event, held on June 2nd and 3rd, took place at the Salvation Army Church in Rambukkana, drawing over 40 enthusiastic youths from both fellowships.
The Friendship Camp provided a platform for young individuals to strengthen their bonds, foster friendships, and share their faith experiences. The participants engaged in a variety of team-building activities, interactive sessions, and recreational games, creating an environment of joy and camaraderie.
Under the guidance of dedicated leaders and mentors from both fellowships, the youths actively participated in discussions and workshops that encouraged personal growth, spiritual reflection, and community service. The camp aimed to nurture a sense of belonging, instil moral values and promote a deepened understanding of their faith.
On the concluding day of the Friendship Camp, a Holy Eucharist Service was held at the Salvation Army Church in Rambukkana. The service was presided over by the esteemed Rev. Anton Williams, who delivered a profound message of unity, love, and the significance of friendships in one's spiritual journey.
As the participants bid farewell, they carried with them cherished memories, newfound friendships, and a renewed commitment to living out their faith with love and compassion. The success of the Friendship Camp serves as an inspiration for future endeavours that foster unity, understanding, and spiritual growth among the youth in the community.
By coming together in the spirit of friendship, the Rambukkana House Church and Church of Healing Christ the King Kadalana Youth Fellowships have undoubtedly left an indelible mark on the hearts and minds of the participants, reinforcing the importance of community, faith, and shared values.