“SOUTH ANDEAN CHRISTIAN MISSION”
In Limatambo, on the seventh day of the month of November of two thousand and three, being nine o’clock in the morning, they met in the place called the Rioja building, located at Km 79.5 of the Cusco Abancay highway, in order to carry out the Assembly Foundation of the “SOUTH ANDEAN CHRISTIAN MISSION”, as an Ecclesiastical Institution, and an integral part of the Christian Church of Peru, the people who are consigned to the completion of this.
In this state, after reading and presenting to the members, the Assembly is considered installed and the Minutes are opened. Assuming for this act Jaime Gerardo Padilla Mora as President and Juan César Bombilla Mendoza as Secretary, for which the President then takes the floor, expressing:
That first of all he thanks God for this new move in the midst of his People, expressing that the Mission as an Institution is created for Pastoral and Ministerial conformation, in order to extend the Kingdom of God through the preaching of the Word of God and be a blessing to the Peruvian nation, supporting work actions in areas of social assistance, assistance, education, etc. that harbors the Vision for the benefit of all. This framed in:
- Give the best you can.
- Give the excellent in the Coverage relationship.
All this implies raising the level, in the pastoral and ministerial family, under the principles of the Word of God, which must be the columns:
- Pastoral and Ministerial Ethics.
My heart is to work with faithful and loyal men, that is why we founded the “ SOUTH ANDEAN CHRISTIAN MISSION”, which takes us to another level and standard in the man of God.
In this state, after each member present, expresses his desire and feeling in front of the Vision that was exposed Unanimously, it was agreed: The Foundation of “SOUTH ANDEAN CHRISTIAN MISSION”, for which they delegate that the Statute and Regulations be structured, framing it as an Institution within the Ecclesiastical scope of the Christian Church in Peru. Being all that was discussed, the Foundation Act was signed, closing it, being ten o’clock in the morning of the same day, having been read previously.