Local Police Attend North Wembley Service
1st February 2018
On Sabbath 13 January 2018, the North Wembley Community Seventh-day Adventist Church (NWCSDAC) was visited by local police and community leaders. This was a planned visit as the church has been working closely with the local community as part of a collaboration to address engagement as well as the needs and interests of the community.
NWCSDAC were honoured to be visited by Inspector Karl Spour, Sergeant Yu Zhang who were supported by local police officer Joseph Mahoney and a community support officer. Also in attendance were the Ward Chair Barnabe Nemi as well as John Carroll and Renu Kaul, the Chair and Deputy Chair of the local Sudbury Town Residents' Association.
After being warmly welcomed by Elder Lawson Riviere, the church was addressed by the Inspector, Sergeant, the Ward Chair and the Chair and Vice Chair of the Residents' Association. The visitors praised the church for their involvement in the community and looked forward to the continued collaboration to ensure the safety and well-being of our local residents.
At the end of the address, the police and community leaders were prayed for, that they would be kept safe during their challenging work and that they would continue to have a dynamic and positive influence on the community.
[NWCSDAC Comms Team]