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Church Leaders Welcome Local Government Officials in Tagum

Dubbed as Unanimity Dinner: A Convergence on Understanding, Brotherhood, and Welfare, the event highlighted the desire to build relationships with key opinion leaders.

Local leaders of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints hosted city officials in a historical dinner meeting held in Tagum City on March 10, 2021.

Vice Mayor Eva Lorraine S. Estabillo, Executive Assistant Emelio Baguio, and City Interior Local Government Department Head Eliza P. Mendoza, graced the event, which was held to build relationships with key opinion leaders in the area.

Guests were toured by Church leaders around the meetinghouse and were introduced to learning and exhibit stations highlighting the Church's foundational and historical accounts, area plans, and numerous welfare programs and services. District President Leonardo C. Natad presented the services that the Church has done in partnership with the local government, as well as potential projects in the future. 

Vice Mayor Estabillo expressed her admiration for the Church’s unique way of proclaiming the truth. "As a public servant, I admire how members perform the sacred duty to spread the gospel and teach the world the doctrines of Jesus Christ. Just like what I have truly believed in as a Christian, I wish the Church endless success in its mission of introducing Jesus Christ through good works and serving others. I can truly relate to how you manifest your good and heavenly purpose as we likewise promote in the city, God-centered governance. Thank you very much for what you are doing and I hope we pursue this partnership from today and henceforth”, she concluded.

Through this unanimity dinner, Church leaders in Tagum introduced the desire of opening its doors to members of the community with the initiatives and activities in partnership with key opinion leaders.

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