Church of North India conducts 9th Masihi Chetna Yatra in Punjab to connect with non-Christians.

The Christians associated with Church of North India (CNI) conducts annual Masihi Chetna Yatra in Punjab's Ajnala, Batala, Tarn- Taran, Khemkaran, and Attari areas. Every year the CNI conducts this Chetana Yatra to connect with non-Christians. The year 2020 is their ninth successive year.

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According to the news published on the website of Church of North India, through the Masihi Chetna Yatra, the Church priest can able to connect with the other faith communities especially the Mandir, Gurudwara Prabandhak Committee, Buddha Vihar etc and also the local congregations and Churches.
During this four day yatra, the Church leaders propagate the Bible teachings within non-Christian people.
Mr Alwan Masih, General Secretary, CNI Synod, Delhi, Revd. V. P. Singh and Mrs Sarika Singh, and three guests from Uniting World, Australia also participated in the Masihi Chetna Yatra.
Mr Masih encouraged the people to be strong in their Jesus faith.