Pentecostal Church of Christ-4th Watch medical mission serves 240 individuals

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THE Pentecostal Church of Christ-4th Watch served 240 individuals in its second medical outreach this year that was held at the Gualo Rai basketball court on Feb. 23.

Church pastor Claire Javillonar said 63 individuals availed themselves of blood pressure check; 57, blood sugar check; 21, haircut; 34, chair massage; and 15 facial massage services.

She said they also offered prayer and counseling to 50 individuals and distributed 41 pairs of reading eyeglasses as well as 60 packs of giveaways.

Pastor Claire Javillonar of  the Pentecostal Church of Christ-4th Watch, other church members and volunteers pose for a photo during the medical mission in Gualo Rai on Sunday.  Contributed photo

It was a good turnout despite the rain, she added as she thanked all who volunteered to ensure the success of the event, which was part of the church’s Good Hands Ministry.

The year’s first medical outreach was held in San Antonio.

Next month, Javillonar said the medical mission will be held at Garapan Central Park.

She is inviting community members to come and avail themselves of the various free services that will be offered March 29 from 2 p.m. to 6 p.m.

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