Abu Dhabi Malayalam parish to honour frontline workers


Abu Dhabi, Jul 9 (IANS): The Youth Movement of the Church of South India in Abu Dhabi has decided to honour the members who are part of the frontline warriors fighting the coronavirus pandemic in the United Arab Emirates (UAE).

As a mark of respect and in recognition to their services to keep the citizens and residents safe, the Church is organising a virtual session, "Health Heroes", on Thursday at 8.30 p.m., to honour them, reports Gulf News.

This meeting will be inaugurated by Rt Rev Dr Royce Manoj Victor, CSI Bishop of the Diocese of Malabar and presided over by the Abu Dhabi CSI Parish vicar Rev Sojee Vergis John.

"We host this event as a mark of respect and in recognition of their services to keep the citizens and residents safe even while risking their lives," the Khaleej Times quoted the church as saying.

 

  

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