Day four began with the morning prayer lead by Fr Augustine Kanachikuzhy who celebrated his 37th Ordination Anniversary, followed by the celebration of the Eucharist, presided over by Fr Prithviraj Philip. In his homily, Fr Prithviraj highlighted the need for genuine love for self, others and our life and mission. He reiterated that the need of the hour is personal care and mutual trust, which would make us better persons and apostles of Christ. 
The Chapter session began at 9 a.m. with the invoking of the Holy Spirit led by Fr Vincent Carmelbhavan. After the prayer, the previous day's report was read and passed with minor amendments. The first draft of the “Vision Statement” was presented to the assembly for discussion and approval. The assembly agreed to revisit the working statement in view of amendment if required at the end of the Chapter.
Thereafter, Fr Sajith Cyriac, the Chapter Secretary, invited Fr Dr Jacob Parapally, the XIX Provincial Chapter animator. In his address, Dr Jacob Parapally shared his reflections on the theme of this Provincial Chapter and the implications of the same in the deliberations and discussions for redefining and reviving the charism in the missionary context of India-Great Britain-Ireland Province. He exhorted the gathering not to be reactive people but proactive in the life and mission of the Congregation. He also reminded the assembly of the necessity of having collective discernment in the decisions, in the projects envisaged and in our action plans, which require a will to implement. If there is openness, determination and commitment, then our discernment will be practical, realistic and achievable.
After the inaugural address of Dr Parapally, Fr Joby Mathew opened the discussions on various concerns of the province. He reminded the Chapter members to keep the secrecy of the Chapter. Fr Provincial exhorted the members to discuss issues with openness, freedom and without fear for the province's growth. He reminded the Chapter members about the collective responsibility in implementing the decisions taken in the Chapter. The topics discussed on the day were spiritual life and charism and community life.
During the evening session, Fr Provincial informed the assembly that we need a person responsible for sending periodic Chapter updates to the Secretary-General. Fr Dominic D’Silva was appointed to take up this responsibility. He will work in coordination with the Actuaries and Bro Thomas EJ. 
The day’s programme ended at 8.00 p.m., with the Eucharistic adoration conducted by Fr Sunil Varghese.