I think this is great event. And we’re really honour and previllage to be part of this to dance, to enliven the atmosphere! I feel that you can dance more, you just feel this energy and you just want to give more. I think the walk was good. We brought our ten-year-old son along so that he can have this experience It was nice and relaxing and thank God for the good weather. The pace of the walk was good we saw few elderly people enjoying themselves, as well as young kids and the migrant brothers could walk despite some of them had limps but they could still make the walk so I think overall it was a good experience for everyone. So both our experience was great seeing our church friends and walking together with the migrant workers chit-chatting, interacting with each other, knowing each other better and also cheering us on as we cheered them on, and also thanking us I think it’s a very good experience great opportunity to interact in such a interpersonal level. A really great eye-opener to see all this And it’s very satisfying, after volunteering, really just to experience it. It is so encouraging to see so many of our Paya Lebar Methodist church members coming together I think we are very blessed as a church and as individuals as well so it’s good to bless – to pour out the blessing to others. Church is not a building, we don’t stay within our four walls So we try to reach out to the community and help those people, like the migrant workers I guess this is going to be a starting point for a lot of us, probably this is the first time we are serving in this area It’s for us to come together and know that this is one of the way we can serve and hopefully it’s a stepping stone for some of us to say, Hey! Next time I want to join you in serving the migrant friends in one way or another. God will continue to lead us into the future as we learn to trust Him, to host His presence and surely, with God we can do all things. for God is more than able to bring us to the destiny He intends for our church.