200 youth serve the community in Perth

The youth participated in a variety of community service activities.

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The young people of Perth (WA) came together for a youth rally followed by an afternoon of community service activities on Sabbath, May 5.

About 200 youth attended the rally, which was held at the Telethon Speech and Hearing Centre, Wembley. South Pacific Division president Pastor Glenn Townend spoke to the youth about serving others out of love.

At the youth rally.

Following the rally, the youth participated in a variety of community service activities, including making sandwiches for the homeless, collecting non-perishable food for the needy, providing music for the residents of a nursing home, assembling birthing kits and making care packs for deployed military personnel.

At the end of the day the youth met up again to share stories and enjoy dinner together.

Assembling birthing kits was one of the activities.
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Tracey Bridcutt

Communication director, South Pacific Division
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