My brother in law called me up on the sixth of December and reminded me about the impending inauguration of the St. Peter’s Church in Deorala which was to take place the next day. Incidentally in 1969, his maternal grandfather had constructed the same. The trip from Ghaziabad took us about two hours and we reached just in time to view the ribbon cutting ceremony taking place. Incidentally, the ribbon was cut by the Secretary of the Church of North India, Agra Diocese, Dr. Revd. P.P. Habil. Dr. S.P. Singh, Director of Evangelism was also present on the occasion. The Church when we entered it appeared to have been renovated, neat and tidy little church, and all credit would go to the Evangelist, D.P.Malaywar.
In the above snap you can see Dr.Revd. In the above snap you can see Dr.S.P.Singh
P.P.Habil, Secretary Agra Diocese Director of Evangelism
Different communities! Mrs. Jyoti Peter, and Nidhi Lal
Who would have thought that the vision of a Priest in a small town of Deorala and his effort in building a chapel would result in its becoming a dedicated Church albeit 43 years on! The Church today stands as a testimony to the efforts of Revd. P.K.Singh. Evangelism is not dead, and that this is so is proved by the efforts of Evangelist, Mr. D.P. Malaywar.
Evangelist, D.P. Malaywar
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