IN 2007 the Diocese of Malaita (DOM) through the Anglican Church of Melanesia Board of Mission, implemented the Safe Families project funded by Oxfam Solomon Islands.
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.
The Diocese of Malaita (DOM) has recently launched its first newsletter called the 'The Diocese of Malaita Newsletter'.
A New Church building of a modern design was consecrated by the Diocesan Bishop of Malaita , The Rt Rev. Sam Sahu at Faurau village in Gwalalamoa parish, Northern Region on the 15th of January, 2015.
THE Diocese of Malaita 19th Diocesan Synod at Buma village, central region in July 2014 had approved an establishment of a savings and credit scheme known as the ‘Diocese of Malaita Community Fund’ or DOM Community Fund’ as financial backbone of the Diocese. This fund is now in operation.
THE Archbishop of Melanesia, who is also the patron of the Mothers’ Union MU has urged the Mothers’ Union delegates to promote the place of women in the Church and Society.
The Most Rev’d David Vunagi made the statement at the official opening of this 13th Provincial Mothers Union General Conference at the Melanesia haus on Monday 25th August 2014.
The society today is highly influenced by secularism and materialism and that has pushed the Christian faith to the periphery or to say the least, has killed the faith” Archbishop of Melanesia, The Most Revd David Vunagi stated in his key note address to the 19th Diocesan Synod of Malaita held at Buma village.
“Violence against women and girls is one that demands attention of all the dioceses in the Province of Melanesia at this time”. The Most Reved David Vunagi said in his key note address to the 19th Synod of Malaita.
MORE than two thousand (2000) people gathered at Buma Village on Saturday 19th July 2014 to witness the colorful welcome ceremony staged by the host region, Buma Parish of Central Region - Diocese of Malaita.