Registration is still open for the Youth Camp 2015 of the Kapatiran Prayer Fellowship which set to happen from 16 to 18 January 2015 at Camp Wainui in Wainuiomata, Wellington.
The three day event is the entry point to the KPF Youth program of the KPF Youth Ministry which is open to young individuals from ages 13 to 21.
“The Youth Camp is an experience which will afford children the opportunity to know Jesus Christ in a personal way and to build Christian friendships with other young adults in the college and university levels,” according to Elgie Bugas, servant head of the KPF Youth Ministry.
“This will be achieved through a program consisting of talks and testimonies by young adults as well as fun-filled activities utilising the talents and skills of the participants,” Bugas further said.
For more inquiries and details, please contact the following Youth Ministry servant team members: Elgie Bugas 021 024 55701, Fe Bugas 021 115 1843, Bim Zapanta 021 179 9218 or Meg Zapanta 027 519 2841.
In observance of October as “rosary month”, the Formation and Teaching Ministry of Kapatiran-Wellington will organize a faith sharing session on the Blessed Virgin Mary on 16 November 2014 at St Anne’s Church Hall, Newtown in Wellington.
The event, dubbed as “The Fourfold Intimacy with Mary”, will present KPF Community Head Allan Gierran as he talks about one of the most common misconceptions of the Catholic faith, particularly on these four topics: the Immaculate Conception, her Perpetual Virginity, Mother of God and her Assumption into Heaven.
This session is one of a series of teaching events by the Kapatiran Prayer Fellowship which also covers other basic teachings of the Catholic Church such is The Foundation of the Church and The Holy Eucharist held earlier this year.
For inquiries, you may contact KPF Wellington Branch Head Joey Ibarra at 021 183 4607.