Chiyo Murakami, president ABWU; Atola Subong, vice president; Sonia Silbor, secretary; and Latika Paul, treasurer worked hard in preparing a program where the women would receive the word of God, rejoice in diversity, and reach out to each other and the world.
stated; "Women of ABWU
have been given an assignment.
We, who have been graced with forgiveness through the cross of Christ, and have been blessed with the joy of new life through the hope of the resurrection, have been called to follow Him in obedience.
We have been commissioned with the task of reaching out to our generation with this forgiveness and joy.
Women of ABWU
have received the Lord's command to love and serve our neighbor.
We are called to service, we are called to prayer, and we are called to share the Good News."
There were many of the former officers present to celebrate the ABWU Golden Jubilee.
Mercy Jeyaraja Rao, one of the founding members of ABWU, and Chiyo Murakami, ABWU president cut the anniversary cake.