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Kuwait Tamil Christian Congregation’s celebrated VBS 2024

Breesha Tittu Sunday, June 23, 2024
Kuwait Tamil Christian Congregation’s celebrated VBS 2024

Kuwait Tamil Christian Congregation’s VBS 2024 themed “Let's Walk with Jesus” Celebrates Its Final Day on the 20th of June

The Vacation Bible School organized by Kuwait Tamil Christian Congregation in 2024, themed "Let's Walk with Jesus," concluded after eight eventful days, beginning on June 12th and culminating on June 20th. The VBS was directed and led by Bro. Sam Christopher and Sis. Regi Kavitha. This year's VBS was a significant endeavor, involving a total of 200 children, 45 teachers, 32 volunteers, and 12 team leaders.

Special Days and Activities:

4th Day - Mission Day:

On the 4th day of VBS, the focus was on mission work. Children learned about Devasahayam Pillai, his work and his steadfast faith in the Lord, gaining insights into the importance of spreading the Gospel. As part of their learning experience, they contributed to mission work in India through donations.

5th Day - Love Feast:

The 5th day of VBS was marked by a Love Feast, where participants shared meals and fellowship with one another. This communal gathering fostered a sense of unity and goodwill among the attendees, reinforcing the values of love and sharing.

6th Day - Inspection Day:

An important highlight was the 6th day, Inspection Day, when external guests visited from outside the church community to assess and appreciate what the children had learned and achieved throughout the VBS.

For the Teens Group, the inspection duties were carried out by Bro. Pethuru and Sis. Manchu Jones.

In the Preteens Group, Bro. Olson and Sis. Priya Moses assumed the responsibility of inspection.

In the Beginners Group, Bro. Sundar and Sis. Malar Kodi undertook the role of inspectors.

These inspectors played a crucial role during Inspection Day, providing feedback and encouragement that underscored the VBS's commitment to holistic spiritual education. Their dedication helped shape a meaningful and enriching experience for all participants at KTCC VBS 2024.

This external validation provided encouragement and motivation to both participants and organizers.

7th Day - Exam, Final Day Program Rehearsal, and Shopping Day:

The 7th day was a culmination of preparation and celebration. Children underwent an exam to assess their understanding and retention of the lessons taught during the VBS. Simultaneously, rehearsals for the Final Day Program ensured that the event would be presented with excellence. Additionally, participants had the opportunity to use the tokens earned throughout the VBS period during a special shopping day, adding a fun and rewarding element to their experience.

And last but not least, the most extravagant day of all, on the 20th of June 2024, the KTCC VBS concluded with a rich tapestry of spiritual and creative expressions.

The event took place in Kuwait City, NECK Campus

The final day's program was a testament to the enthusiasm and dedication of all involved.

The day began with a heartfelt Opening Prayer led by the president of KTCC, Bro. Arul Jothi, setting a reverent tone for the proceedings.

Songs of praise filled the air, skillfully delivered by our dedicated Volunteers.

The Action team brought energy and joy with their vibrant Action songs.

Sis. Sheela Sam shared a meaningful Bible Reading, followed by our VBS director presenting the VBS Report and recounting the journey through the week.

Sister Irin offered insightful VBS Thoughts, reflecting on the spiritual growth witnessed during the event.

The Offertory Song by our Teachers was a moment of gratitude and worship, leading into a lively Teachers Choreo performance of "Oru Naal Oru Naal".

The Offertory Prayer by Arnold David, the Secretary continued the spirit of thankfulness and dedication.

Throughout the day, highlights from each preceding day were revisited, showcasing the variety of performances and activities that enriched this year's VBS experience.

From welcome dances to thematic songs, each age group and class contributed their talents and enthusiasm.

As the program unfolded, it featured inspiring performances such as skits, choreographed dances, and musical medleys by the older students, demonstrating creativity intertwined with spiritual messages.

The climax came with the Vote of Thanks by Sis. Regi Kavitha, expressing gratitude to all participants and supporters who made the VBS a success.

Finally, Bro. Paul Dhas led the Closing Prayer and Benediction, imparting blessings and a sense of fulfillment to all present.

The 2024 VBS has been a memorable journey of faith, learning, and community spirit, leaving a lasting impact on all who participated.

Throughout the eight days, the VBS program included a variety of activities designed to engage and educate participants. From thematic lessons and Bible studies to creative arts and music sessions, each day was filled with learning and interactive experiences centered around walking with Jesus.

KTCC VBS 2024, under the theme "Let's Walk with Jesus," successfully combined spiritual growth with community engagement and fun-filled activities. The participation of children, teachers, volunteers, and team leaders showcased a vibrant community spirit and commitment to nurturing young minds in faith. The special days like Mission Day, Love Feast, Inspection Day, and the Final Day activities added depth and variety to the overall VBS experience, leaving a lasting impression on all involved.

This year's VBS not only deepened the children's understanding of biblical teachings but also strengthened bonds within the community, reinforcing KTCC's commitment to nurturing the next generation in faith and love.


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