Archbishop William Goh speaking with guests who visited him at his residence. Photos: VITA Images

Over the Chinese New Year weekend, Archbishop William Goh welcomed visitors to his residence where he gave out blessed oranges and prayed for them.

Held over two days from Feb 17-18, an estimated 500 people visited Archbishop Goh, who went around his residence to speak with his guests as they enjoyed festive treats.

Guests also took photos with the archbishop and received a printout of their picture as a souvenir.

On the second day, visitors were entertained by a music performance by the Mustard Seed Music Ministry, a Chinese worship team officially formed on Jan 1.

This is the fifth year that Archbishop Goh has welcomed guests to his residence during Chinese New Year.

About 500 people visited the archbishop over the Chinese New Year weekend.

 

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