The day has been embraced by the last faith sharing in the basic groups followed by an emotive morning prayer together where each basic group, the CCTeam (Congregational Communication Team), CLT, translators and secretary received a blessing from the participants.
Later the Revision committee of the “Manual for Communication” expressed their gratitude for the work done and the efforts of every group collectively as well as individually, through a short video highlighting the life of the members during the seminar.
The participants summarized their feelings about the content of the manual with a word or sentence and it was to be noted that the outcome showed the contentment and joy of the sisters and Mr. Andrew about the elaborated manual for communicators. The final issue will be followed up by the Revision Team.
After this the participants were given the time to lay down a plan for their own Provinces and Regions. Among other activities of winding up the seminar, there were discussions and sharing on how to begin communication ministry when we are back to our home provinces and regions. The CCTeam has been a great help in making sure, that the Provincial Communication Coordinators understood the commitment as well as the need to be supported while beginning and continuing the ministry entrusted in a new way. Every Province and Region was encouraged to cooperate and to share experiences and resources to make the implementation of this important ministry a reality.
The day ended with the presentations of activities of the Provinces of Australia, South India, Indonesia-Timor and the Region of Togo/Benin.