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.
'Apprach we should have for mission work today is wholistic'.
Bishop of the Diocese of Central Solomon (DOCS) made the statement in his official remarks at the opening of the 7th synod.
The theme for the synod is ‘God and Steward are participants in the Divine Mission to save souls’.
“Some homes are no longer safe for women, young girls and Children”.
This is a sad state of affairs reflected in the statement echoed by the Coordinator of the Christian Care Centre (CCC) Sr. Doreen in an interview with ACoM Communications.
Following on from the partnership signed between Norman Palmer School of the Anglican Church of Melanesia (ACoM) and the three Anglican owned schools in England on the 6th of August 2013; three Primary School teachers from the UK are currently in Honiara to support ACOM Primary school teachers.
ARCHBISHOP of Canterbury, The Most Reverend and Right Honorable Justin Welby and wife Mrs. Caroline Welby are currently in the Province of Melanesia as of afternoon today.
ARCHBISHOP OF CANTERBURY The Most Reverend Right Honorable Justin Welby and Lady Caroline Welby will be visiting the Primate of the Anglican Church of Melanesia The Most Reverend David Vunagi on the 10th to the 12th August 2014.