The Holy Mass was celebrated by His Lordship Rt. Rev. Joseph Mwongela and co-celebrated by the priests present (Fr. Robert Kalima, Fr. Benson Maluki, Fr. Richard Kyenze and Fr. Paul Mutemi).
Christ the King feast marks the end of the Church’s year and the entry in to the season of advent in preparation for the birth of Jesus Christ. It gives us an occasion to reflect on the role that Jesus plays as the King of all creation, as the King of our society, be that our world, our country, our Church, our school, our family and so on, and finally the role that Jesus plays as King of ourselves as individuals
In his Homily, the bishop urged all to Continue doing the works of mercy without getting tired. “it’s only through the works of mercy that we will be able to assist as well as take of one another. Once you are blessed, bless other without demeaning them” He said.
He also advised the leaders to make sure that they know their work and embrace leadership qualities with positivity. “As leaders, you must lead through examples and touch people’s hearts.” He added
He cautioned church leaders against taking up multiple leadership positions because this will hinder their productivity hence zero development. He emphasized on unity among leaders in a bid to serve the people.
The bishop appreciated the faithful of Nguutani parish for the development progress which has been witnessed in the parish and urged them to continue with the same Spirit.
Speaking during the same occasion, the area MP Hon. Charles Nguna promised to support the church in all her activities. As a way of taking care of the environment he directed his office to plant 200 trees in the church compound on Wednesday.
The Sub County Commander Emphasized on the importance of taking personal responsibility in the fight against Covid-19 and advised all the people to ensure that they follow the MoH set guidelines.