The Mano Wadrokal School of Theology and Ministry in the Diocese of Ysabel (DOY) witnessed the first Diploma students graduating under the new Decentralization Program of Theology Education in the Anglican Church of Melanesia on Monday (10th November 2014).
THE Anglican Church of Melanesia (ACoM) has begun its 14th General synod sitting today.
The official opening took place at the St. Barnabas Provincial Cathedral on Sunday preceded by a retreat and a welcome ceremony on Saturday.
The Principal of St. Nicholas College Mrs. Christina Vunagi reminded her graduating students and the whole student body of the college that ‘Education is more than passing exams’.
THE Permanent Secretary to the Ministry of Education, Human Resources and Development Dr. Franco Rodie said partnership in running schools is vital.
Dr. Franco made the statement at St. Nicholas College graduation day on the 17th October 2014.
The Archbishop of the Anglican Church of Melanesia, The Most Rev. David Vunagi says, Solomon Islands needs balance education system that will help children when they left schools.
St. Nicholas school is now called ‘St. Nicholas College’.
The Change of name formally took place the school graduation and prize giving day this morning (Friday 17th October 2014).
Thirty eight (38) Novices of the Melanesian Brotherhood at Tabalia successfully completed and marked the closing of their literacy classes on the 5th of September 2014.
The program was a huge achievement for the novices as it helps them in their ministry.
THE Community of the Sisters of the Church (CSC) in the Province of Melanesia, Solomon Islands is growing.
This was revealed by most of the visiting members of the Sisters of the Church (CSC) during their recent general chapter held at TNK from the 14th to the 28th September 2014.