THE Anglican Church of Melanesia (ACoM) launched its newly developed website at the Provincial Head Quarters in Honiara on Friday May 16.
THE Anglican Church of Melanesia (ACoM) is planning to hold a Round Table conference with its national and international agency partners in Honiara in early June.
THE Diocese of Vanuatu and New Caledonia (DOVNC) in Vanuatu is setting up Youth Gap Center that runs Youth Gap Program for young people in the Diocese. Youth Gap Program involves training and preparing youths for mission experience.
THE Southern Region of the Melanesian Brotherhoods which includes the dioceses of Vanuatu and Banks and Torres, now has a new Regional Head Brother. He is Brother Nathaniel Tagoa.
Recently I caught up with Ethel and Smith, the Women’s and Youth Officers respectively, for the Anglican Church in Vanuatu. Recognising that women and youth are often vulnerable members of society in developing countries, Anglican Overseas Aid is supporting Ethel and Smith through a Youth and Women Empowerment Project, which has stemmed from the solar project. This supports women and youth to improve their living standards in their families, within their communities and church, and as Ethel says ‘really, the nation as a whole’ through financial literacy, livelihoods opportunities and addressing social issues facing youth and women.
The Melanesian Brotherhood in the Southern Region together with the Church goers at Tumsisiro, the Headquarter of MBH in Vanuatu witnessed the installation of their new Regional Head Brother; Br. Obed Johnson.