program highlights


St Clare School had the opportunity to witness the enthusiastic youngsters love for Christ from 28th to 31st March 2024 through the Evangelical Union Camp of Nagaland University, which was held in School Campus.

Evangelical Union is an inter-denomination student’s ministry which was initially started in Madras, India in the year 1951 by a small group of students and has gradually spread across the world today under the apex body called UESI which was launch in the year 1954. This ministry aims to evangelize the students through the teachings from the Bible. Similarly, Evangelical Union, Nagaland University, Lumami was also established by a small group of PG students along with some professors and started the ministry in the year 1997. Through His grace, Evangelical Union has been actively carrying out various activities under the guidance of our Advisors and UESI staff workers since its inception. It’s a union which brings together youth of all the denominations under the head of Evangelical Union inorder to energize them with the love for Christ.

Around hundred and ten Youth arrived to St Clare School Campus on 28th March at 8 am and accommodated themselves in the all Class rooms. They also set the St Clare Auditorium for the input sessions under the theme, “Redemption Through Christ” (Romans 10: 9 – 11) The purpose of this camp was to help the Students to find their purpose in Christ, develop deeper understanding and stronger relations with God through spiritual teachings and many more. Some of the resource persons for the camp were Mr Viketou Chupou, Mr Toshi Aier, Pastor Imliwapang, Mrs Liho Yeptho, Mrs Kilangbenla Imsong and Mrs Vithonguno Chupou.

The Camp Director was Ms Kongotsho U Pulo and there were also several other committees namely Recording, Time Keeper, Media, Music Band, Registration animators, Accommodation, Hospitality, Cooking, First Aid and so on. The sessions included group Discussions, Bible learning, Doctrinal Sessions, Ministry Sessions, Topical Sessions, Devotion, personal reflections, Group Meeting and counselling. On the last day, Fr Stephen Dsouza the Headmaster of St Clare School was honored for granting opportunity to have Evangelical Camp in the school Campus. In his address Fr Stephen Dsouza encouraging the youngsters said, “ When someone prays in st Clare school campus, its not that he/she only gets blessings but the place, the surroundings, school, students, teachers and the management. Therefore, the spiritual gathering is always beneficial to thousands of people.” The Camp concluded on April 1st and all students left the campus at 6 am to Nagaland University.

Report by Fr Stephen Dsouza, Capuchin

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