The Leadership of the Christ Assembly Evangelical Lutheran Church, located on the Airfield, Sinkor, in Monrovia, recently carried out Ebola Relief Distribution to the membership of the Church and non- me mbers.
The Relief items which included 400 bags of rice and 1,500 sacks of Water was sponsored by the Christ Assembly Evangelical Lutheran Church U.S.A. Mission Partners headed by Reverend Philip S. Saywrayne, Senior Pastor of the Christ Evangelical Lutheran Church and also vacancy Pastor of the St. Matthew’s Lutheran Church on Staten Island in New York.
Other partners who are in closed working relationship for the Ebola Relief supply for the Christ Assembly Evangelical Lutheran Church and its branches in and out of Monrovia include Mothers Naomi M. Saywrayne, Martha Daykeay and Bro. Paul H. Gbah.
The said Relief was strongly supported by the LCMS Mission partners especially their president and Bishop Dr. David H. Benke, Rev. Dr. Johnson Rethinasamy, Mission Executive, Coral Mitteldeaeth,
Coordinator, Mission Society of the Atlantic District of the Lutheran Church Missouri Synod (LCMS).
Speaking when he officially presented the consignment on Sunday, December 7th 2014, at the headquarter Church of the Christ Assembly Evangelical Lutheran Church in Sinkor, Bro. Wycliff G.N.
Daykeay the church Ebola Project Coordinator and National Treasurer for the Evangelical Lutheran Church of Liberia expressed gratitude on behalf of the Membership of the Christ Assembly
Evangelical Lutheran Church of Liberia to the U.S.A. partners for the Ebola Relief supplies that they provided in the interest of Members back home.
At the same time Bro. Daykeay has disclosed that the second consignment of Relief items including rice and others is expected to be released soon to also be distributed in towns, and villages of Liberia for Member Churches in Bong, Margibi, Buchanan and other places.
Also expressing his happiness for the Ebola Relief sent to the Christ Assembly Evangelical Lutheran for onward distribution to its members, the Senior pastor of the Church, Rev. Patrick C. Dakeay said he was gratified for the timely intervention of their oversea partners in addressing some needs of the church membership in Liberia during this Ebola crises.
Rev. Daykeay therefore commended all those who thought it wise to working together just to supply some needed food and other items in the interest of their members and that of the leadership of the church as a means of identifying with them.