SENADIN, MIRI - As the Curtin University semester exams are ongoing, two Small Groups from Grace Methodist Church took the opportunity to serve Chicken Soup at Senadin Methodist Gospel Campus Centre (SMCGC) on June 13.
More than 125 people attended, of whom mostly are Curtin undergraduates from outstation.
The Chicken Soup, affectionately called the Love Soup, is traditionally served in Chinese families. The nourishing soup is known to enhance mental alertness and energy in preparation for exams.
Pastor-in-charge Tiong Huong Ong thanked the GMC members for their love-in-action. He also emphasized the significance of the Love Soup event which has been consecutively held for the past three years.
Elvin Wong, a Year One Petroleum Engineering student from Sibu was visibly elated. “It is indeed a good experience for me to taste a variety of chicken soup. I would like to thank the GMC members who had spent much time in preparation and cooking because they wanted to give us encouragement during the exam. I am very grateful for God’s grace and for their love and effort,” he praised.
“Fantastic dinner for us,” said Sing Yao Rong, a Year One Chemical Engineering student. “Each of the chicken soup is filled with unlimited amount of love and care from GMC.”
THE SMCGC LOVE SOUP is now published in the Methodist Connection!