MORE than thirty participants comprising clergy from the Diocese of Central Melanesia and Diocese of Guadalcanal, including those serving at the ACoM Provincial Head Office, representatives from the Mothers Union office, staff of the Christian Care Centre, Diocesan Mothers Union office and representatives from the four religious orders are currently in a two week Pastoral Counseling Training being held at the Melanesia Leaf Haus at the Saint Barnabas Provincial Cathedral.
JOINING the other Mission to Seafarers Centers around the world, the Anglican Church of Melanesia (ACoM) Mission to Seafarers office, together with the Solomon Islands Maritime Safety Administration (SIMSA), the Solomon Islands Ports Authority, the seafarers, ship owners and other stakeholders came together to commemorate the Sea Sunday at the Solomon Islands Ports Authority (SIPA) Wharf on 8th July.
ST. JAMES Church in Burns Creek, a satellite church of Vura Transfiguration Parish commemorated their patron’s day, Saint James on Sunday.
REVEREND PHILIP RONGOTHA, the current Vicar General of the Diocese of Central Melanesia (DOCM) is the next Dean to the Anglican Church of Melanesia (ACOM) Provincial Cathedral – Saint Barnabas Cathedral.
THE ALL SAINTS PARISH of the Anglican Church in the Diocese of Central Melanesia (DOCM) commemorated on Sunday 5th November 2017 their feast day with a remarkable ceremony. The service also included the ordination of four deacons into priesthood.
THE Anglican Church of Melanesia (ACOM) consecrated the Reverend Rickson George Maomaoru as the second Assistant Bishop of the Diocese of Malaita (DOM) on Sunday 22 October.
SPIRITUAL RENEWAL AND EMPOWERMENT IN THE CONTEXT OF RAPID SOCIAL CHANGE:
Where is the Niche’ of the Diocese of Central Melanesia?
Address delivered at the 19th Diocesan Synod of the Diocese of Central Melanesia (DOCM), Vura Parish, Honiara, Solomon Islands, 29th August 2017
Dr. David Welchman Gegeo
Office of the Vice Chancellor
Solomon Islands National University
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THE Board of Directors of the Melanesia Holdings Limited (MHL) trading as Provincial Press (PP) at its meeting on 31st May 2016, approved a 20% dividend to the shareholders being the ACOM Trust Board INC. owning 99% of the share and 1% the Archbishop of Melanesia. This relate to the company making an net operating profit of more than million dollars in 2015