This Christmas, the nonprofit In Christ Alone Estefania Inc. (ICA) presents “Christmas Around the World” to visit your home and share some inspiring Christmas and Christian songs with your family through a Virtual Christmas Caroling.
The ICA wants to feature its very own singers from all over the world – gathered by ICA founder Judilyn F. Cañete, the event’s director, and producer.
As a choir director, praise, and worship leader, Canete invited a few of her Christian friends singing groups across the globe to sing during the virtual caroling to uplift the spirit of everyone who will be attending in these trying times. Singers are the following: First Soprano: Annie Christy D. Jones, Girlie Joy F. Antolino, Gift C. De Los Santos, Second Soprano: Jeza Joy P. Esmalla, Alyssa N. Franco, Alto: Judilyn F. Canete, Zorayda F. Gelasan, Bass: Bobby E. Seballa, Tenor- Pastor Shovey C. Cayetano and the Lead soloist- Kien Lester F. Gelasan.
The schedules are as follows:
Philippines- December 10, 2021, Friday at 8:00 PM,
East Coast- December 11, 2021, Saturday at 8:00 PM
West Coast- December 17, 2021, Friday at 8:00 PM
You can access the ICA Virtual Caroling through Zoom:
ZOOM Meeting ID: Join Zoom Meeting
Meeting ID: 388 709 5910
Proceeds for this event will increase the enrollment of PhilHealth insurance beneficiaries in 2022 by adding more ministers to avail of the medical health benefits for PhilHealth in the Philippines.
The (ICA) is a duly organized non-profit organization under Philippine laws, primarily created to provide holistic support to Filipino ministers and their families. Their main thrust is to provide medical insurance, create livelihood, and evangelistic support programs to help elevate the lives and be effective in their respective calling and ministry.
The “In Christ Alone Ministry” was founded in the year 2015. It started with 12 beneficiaries acquiring the PhilHealth insurance by paying their monthly premium. Currently, thirty (30) active pastors enjoy this medical insurance benefit through the organization. Most of these pastors work and minister a congregation in different remote areas in the Philippines where churches can’t provide health insurance to their pastors. # (Photo and press release by Judilyn Franco)