December, 1978
At the request of the Most Rev. Dr. Peter Bernard Pereira of revered memory, the Order of the Most Holy Saviour opened the seventh Community in India at Trivandrum in the Bishop’s House compound. The primary purpose of requesting to open a Tabernacle at Trivandrum was to have a house of prayer for the intentions of the Bishop and the diocese. This house was also called the power house of prayer having Christ as the centre of life and activity, with emphasis on the important of the Holy Eucharistic Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament and the Liturgy of the Hours. From the very beginning, the people around the convent had great attraction for the Eucharistic Adoration and find time to spend before the Lord in prayer.

The little community besides running a hostel for students and working girls, are also involved in visiting the sick, catechizing the children and adults, and preparing them for the reception of the Sacraments. The community started a tailoring centre to help the young girls to earn their living. Sisters also help the parish and the nearby churches in stitching the altar linen and the vestments. As years passed by, the sisters extended their Pastoral Ministry in teaching catechism at the substations of Kanjirampara, Mudavanmugal, Christurajapuram, Thycaud, Malamugal, and the Parish Church at Vellaymbalam. Later on, at the request of the Archbishop Most Rev. Dr. Soosa Pakiam, the sisters extended their service at the different ministries of the Archdiocese such as the Diocesan Animation Centre, Social Service Centre (TSSS), Education Office, Jeevanum Velichavum office, Jeeva Jyothi Press ect.