ST. Thomas Evangelical Church of India (STECI) conducted annual family picnic 2019

Sunday, October 27, 2019

ST. Thomas Evangelical Church of India (STECI) Kuwait parish conducted its annual family picnic at Rawada Garden Kuwait on Friday 25th October 2019. The picnic was inaugurated by parish Vicar Rev. John Mathew. Various fun filled activities for all age groups added beauty to this daylong Picnic. A day of fun and frolic, a day to mingle and interact, a day for fellowship and a blessing to all who came and participated.

Mr. Jojo V Kuriakose welcomed the members and their families. Under the joint leadership of the conveners Mr. Ashish T Mathews, Mr. Jojo. V. Kuriakose, Mr. Ranil T Mathew and the committee members coordinated the picnic and the various activities associated with it. After a very hearty breakfast, programs continued with enthusiasm.

The day commenced with games for the tiny tots, and gradually moved on to the senior kids. Under the leadership of Mr. Kuruvilla Cherian many games were organized for kids of all ages. Not just the children, in fact programs covered a variety of games for the gents and ladies alike. One of the major attractions of the day was the Tug of war, with the majority of crowd joining to buck up the spirits of the participants. A fantastic display of power was concluded with a nerve–racking finish that brought nostalgic memories to many. The discipline and unity shown by the STECI family members were truly remarkable. After an energetic morning the crowd gathered to have a splendid lunch and celebrated the birthday of its member with cake and song.

This wonderful day blessed with a very pleasant weather concluded with a group photo session and finally the grand prize distribution for all the winners. The prize distribution was led by Ranil T Mathew and office bearers. Parish Trustee Mr. Biju Samuel expressed vote of thanks. The participants dismissed after a felicitation by Parish Secretary Mr. Boney K Abraham followed by closing prayer by Mr. M. Thomas John and benediction by Rev. John Mathew. A remarkable end to a spectacular day.

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