The Province of the Anglican Church of Melanesia that includes Solomon Islands, Vanuatu and part of New Caledonia made a farewell liturgical service marking the official retirement of the Archbishop of the Anglican Church of Melanesia the Most Reverend David Vunagi yesterday Sunday 6th Sept. 2015.
THE Anglican Church of Melanesia (ACOM) and the Iglesia Filipina Independiente Church in the Philippines has celebrated their 4th Concordat Anniversary from 20th to 21st March 2015 at St. Joseph Parish, Paglaum, Palawan.
Twenty Three Literacy Teachers has successfully completed a week long Literacy Teachers’ Training held at the Mothers Union hall, All Saints area in the Diocese of Central Melanesia from 27th April to the 1st of May 2015.
SIX Novices in the Community of the Sisters of Melanesia admitted into Sisterhood on the Pentecost Sunday at Veranaso, west of Guadalcanal on Sunday 24th May 2015.
THE ANGLICAN CHURCH OF MELANESIA (ACOM) as many other organizations did; also responded to the victims of the recent cyclone Pam that hit hard parts of the Dioceses of Temotu (DOT) and Vanuatu mid March this year.
SELWYN COLLEGE is crowned the overall winner in the recent ACOMSIC games held in Honiara from 28th June to 3rd July 2015.
THE Archbishop of the Anglican Church of Melanesia, the Most Rev. David Vunagi said it is time the sleeping giant MUST awake. He said this in his closing address to the ACOM 2015 Youth Convention held at St. Nicholas College from 21st to the 28th of June 2015.
THE ANGLICAN OVERSEAS AID (AOA) donated five (5) HP Laptops to Kolaero Rural Training Center at the ACOM conference room on Friday 10th April 2015.
The General Secretary of the Anglican Church of Melanesia Dr. Abraham Hauriasi and ACOM Solar Project Coordinator Mr. Hollan Sikou handed over the laptops to the Principal of Kolaero RTC Mr. Oliver Manepitu and Rev. Reuben Epongo, the school’s chaplain.
THE joint ownership and management of Luesaleba Secondary School (LSSB) on Santa Cruz Island in the Temotu Province signifies another milestone in the development in the education within the Anglican Church of Melanesia.
Ministry of National Unity, Reconciliation and Peace (MNURP) on Monday handed over solar power lighting equipment to Anglican Church of Melanesian (ACoM) owned Christian Care Centre at Tenaru.