Bishop Juan continues Quezon District visitation

Church members of Quezon UMC and their pastor Vic Diokno with Bishop Juan and some of his cabinet members

Church members of Quezon UMC and their pastor Vic Diokno with Bishop Juan and some of his cabinet members

Bishop Rudy Juan made his second visitation to Quezon District in the island of Alabat last February 17 and 18 a week after the recently concluded 7th session of Southern Tagalog Provisional Conference held in Laguna. District Superintendents of Taal Care Group of the Manila Episcopal Area Cabinet namely DS Maximo Gabriel, DS John Manalo Administrative Assistant Rev. Ruel Javier and Migrant Ministry Director DS Arestedes Balatan joined the bishop in the visitation. Accompanying them is outgoing district superintendent of Quezon District Rev. Joseph Flores, Rev. Nazzer Oliveros and Nick Degras the council chairperson of Deparo UMC who once lived in Quezon.

The bishop and his visitating team at Alabat port

The bishop and his visitating team at Alabat port

The Bishop and his team made a stop over and have breakfast at the Atimonan UMC where he again meet its some of its members and council officers and also its teachers of its ecumenical preschool. The visitation to Alabat Island was the continuation of the visitation to the churches in Quezon District visiting Alabat UMC and Quezon UMC and its mission outreach Silangan Mission. Bishop Juan meets the members of the churches and surveys its situation and need.

episcopal visit quezon - atimonan

The Bishop also meets the mayor of Municipal of Alabat – Hon. (Ret.) MGen Fernando Mesa the bishop’s personal friend. They talk about some possible partnership and the bishop prayer for him.

Old friends Bishop Juan and Mayor fernando Mesa of Alabat town

Old friends Bishop Juan and Mayor fernando Mesa of Alabat town

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