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.
The Anglican Church of Melanesia run mission to seafarers’Centre at Noro Port, Western Province was successfully dedicated and officially opened on Sunday the 31st of May 2015.
“The CHURCH must bring about Transformation in the life of people” Archbishop David Vuinagi of the Anglican Church of Melanesia made the statement in his opening address to a six days Alcohol Awareness and Dry Out workshop held at the All Saints hall yesterday morning (Monday 8th June 2014).
THE 14th day of May will not only be remembered as the feast of the Ascension of our Lord which was celebrated by Christians through the world.
Standing, Harry & Jonah, left to front, Gilford, Amos, Steven and Paul Tula
This day will also be remembered by the six SSF Brothers namely; Amos, Gilford, Harry, Jonah, Hubert and Steve as they pronounce before God and the people their promises to live a simple profession brother in the religious life.
The Archbishop of the Anglican Church of Melanesia the Most Rev. David Vunagi and the General Secretary of the Church Dr. Abraham Hauriasi have applauded the Principal, staff and students of Bishop Koete Vocational Training Centre for the developments in the school within the last four year period.
The Anglican Church of Melanesia will seriously considering how it can revive the current state of the Anglican owned ‘Taroaniara Mission Station’ located in the Diocese of Central Solomons, Central Islands Province.