goodmorningpapua.com – St. Laurentius Wasior Catholic Church received social and environmental responsibility assistance (TJSL) from PLN’s Customer Service Implementation Unit (UP3) Manokwari, Monday October 2021.
A Unit Manager of Wasior Customer Service, Abdul Kadir Ollong, handed over Rp100 million for facilities or equipments for places of worship to the St Laurentius R.D. Thomas Christiawan Pre-Parish Pastor.
The submitting of assistance for the PLN care program was also witnessed by the Acting Assistant Secretary for the Teluk Wondama Region, Jimmy Suila and other stakeholders, such as representatives of the National Democratic Party (Nasdem) DPC.
The Unit Manager of Wasior Customer Service, Abdul Kadir Ollong said, the TJSL program was implemented to support the construction of facilities and infrastructure at St. Laurentius Church.
Abdul hopes that this assistance can be useful for the congregation. Not only that, the CSR program is also expected to support various sectors, including providing benefits to the community.
“Through the PLN TJSL program, we will continue to try to help the community with things that are useful in the long term. Hopefully in the future it can be maximized, please pray,” said Abdul as quoted from the release, Monday, October 18, 2021.
Meanwhile, St. Laurentius R.D. Thomas Christiawan Pre-Parish Pastor conveyed his gratitude to PT PLN UP3 Manokwari for assistance in providing the church facilities and infrastructure.
“St. Laurentius Pre-parish Church is growing, now there are approximately 500 people. Therefore, we thank you for this assistance and will use it as much as possible, so that Catholic observance in Wasior can be better. God bless PLN’s duties and services,” said Thomas.
Meanwhile, an Acting Assistant Secretary of the Wondama Bay Secretariat, Jimmy Suila expressed his appreciation to PLN UP3 Manokwari for carrying out the Central Government’s mandate regarding social and environmental responsibility assistance.
“Thanks to PT PLN (Persero) for caring for the community, especially the community,” said Jimmy Suila.