Easter Equatoria State, News

Imurok welcomes church donations

By Ijoo Bosco


A presiding bishop of Grace Gospel Church, in collaboration with Pastors Network of Evangelical Churches and People of Hope, donated second-hand clothes to the Imurok community in Torit County.

Bishop Joshua Lokurdek distributed second-hand clothes and shoes to the community, with the aim of encouraging parents to send their children to school.

Bishop Lokurdek emphasized the importance of education as a foundation for the development of the Imurok payam.

“So, our mission is to see the most vulnerable group of communities and we started now with the second-hand clothes and shoes given to them and also to encourage the parents to send their children to school,” he said.

German Charles Ojok, the Eastern Equatoria State Advisor to the Governor on Economic Affairs, commended the church for its outreach efforts in supporting the vulnerable communities of Imurok payam.

Ojok encouraged the community to stand with the church and embrace the blessings that come from following the gospel of truth.

Ojok reassured the community that the distributed gifts would not bring harm or sickness but rather serve as a source of blessing.

He emphasized that the provision of second-hand clothes and shoes aimed to ensure children’s comfort during the scorching heatwave and encourage their attendance at school.

The distribution of second-hand clothes and shoes commenced in Torit Central Prison before reaching Magwi and ultimately benefiting the Imurok communities.

This gesture was organized by the Pastors Network of Evangelical Churches in collaboration with People of Hope in South Sudan.

The Imurok community expressed gratitude for the visit and the gifts, viewing them as a positive contribution to their lives.

They were encouraged to embrace the blessings and remain close to God by following His path.


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