Thought for the day
"Ask and it will be given to you; seek and you will find; knock and the door will be opened to you. For everyone who asks receives; he who seeks finds; and to him who knocks, the door will be opened."
- Matthew 7:7-8
An awareness session on community health and women's health was organised and conducted by the Synod Youth Department for the Women of the Rohingya refugee camp in Kellambakam, Chennai. Ms. S. W. Naomi Nancy, Ms. Vandana S. Charles and Mr. Dinesh, Junior Lecturers, College of Nursing, CMC Vellore who are also the Youth of CSI volunteered to do handle these sessions as a part of their commitment towards addressing community health concerns.
This interactive session enabled the Rohingya refugee women to seek many clarifications on maintaining menstrual hygieneand other children health-related queries.
The Church of South India Synod Youth Department acknowledges the commitment of all the Youth involved in this process and encourages more young people to commit to building a just an inclusive society.
Training programmes at the Diocesan, Inter-Diocesan and the Synod level will be conducted.Bible stud
To enable the young people with a new vision rooted in the person and work of Jesus Christ, equipping them to live out the values of God's reign and putting their faith in praxis.
Empower and sensitize young people to critically analyse issues pertaining their life in church and society to shape their perspectives on various issues like Ecology, Gender Justice, Caste system, Globalization, Girl Child, Media and its effects, Addiction and Abuse, Politics, Finance and Accountability, Inter-faith dialogue and so on…
Make them an integral part of the church, its worship, mission and structure. Providing leadership at various levels of church structure and participatory involvement in decision making process.
To build a healthy and strong network with the youths of other churches, coming together for a common cause, putting their faith in praxis and envisioning a better church and a wider society.
To make them servant leaders of the servant Lord to serve the church.
Training programmes at the Diocesan, Inter-Diocesan and the Synod level will be conducted.
Bible study workshop to re-read the bible with new eyes to trigger faith and praxis in young minds.
Sensitizing programmes on various issues like ecology, patriarchy, caste and class system, media and so on will be conducted in providing the right perspective about these issues and also enable them to formulate their responses.
Work camps for joint action.
Exposure programmes and visits to different church traditions and mission activities.
Dialogue with young people of other faith in promoting mutual participation for common action.
Partnership programmes with other churches and NGO's to enable fellowship towards common faith and action.