On Sunday, 19 January 2020 more than 50 people came together with intentions for the healing of those affected by the Lucky Plaza accident.
Following the devastating accident at Lucky Plaza, ACMI organised a Eucharistic celebration to pray for the healing of all those affected by the incident.
Rev Fr Jerome Leon, SJ and Rev Fr Gerard Louis, CSsR celebrated the mass.
His Excellency Ambassador Joseph del Mar Yap of the Embassy of The Philippines was present. He was joined by his wife, Mrs Josephine Yap and other members of the Philippine embassy.
Finding Healing and Consolation
At the end of the mass, Ms Vivienne Wee; newly inducted Chairperson of ACMI addressed those in attendance.
She took the opportunity to share a verse of comfort from the Prophet Isaiah:
“Do not fear, for I am with you, do not be afraid, for I am your God; I will strengthen you, I will help you, I will uphold you with my victorious right hand.”
She also shared that ACMI in collaboration with Clarity Singapore will be providing spiritual and psychological support to the victims and others affected by the car accident. (Read Press Release Here)
“My heart feel better,” said Ms Laila Laudencia, one of the victims of the car accident who was at the mass said.
“I feel like very free and everything fresh. I feel more happy in my heart.”
She shared the healing felt in both soul and body as her friends and families gathered to support her.
Let us continue to join in prayer for the victims and those impacted by the car accident. If you require urgent migrant assistance, please call our helpline: 9188 9162