“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.
OUT of the eleven (11) candidates In Solomon Islands who enrolled in the Anglican Alliance’s biggest capacity building program, Agents of Change, two (2) participants had successfully completed the program and were awarded certificates at the ACoM Head Quarters office on Monday 19th 2014. They are Mr. Dennis Kabekabe and a Society of Saint Franciscan (SSF) Brother; Br. Joseph Lent.
SEARCHING the role of the church today was one on the key question highlighted by the Diocesan Bishop of Vanuatu and New Caledonia (DOVNC) the Rt. Rev. James Ligo to the 20th Diocesan synod. The synod hosted by the Port Vila/Noumea Region was held at the Church of Resurrection- Tagabe Port Vila from 11th to 14th of May 2014.
THE Anglican Church of Melanesia through its Melanesia Board of Mission is conducting a climate change policy consultation.
THE Diocese of Central Solomon (DOCS) has successfully completed a three day workshop on Male Advocacy at the Diocesan Head Quarter from 5th to the 9th May 2014.
THE Anglican Church of Melanesia (ACoM) and World Vision Solomon Islands (WVSI) yesterday morning signed a Memorandum of Understanding for the Church Partnership Project to Strengthen the Capacity of the Christian Care Centre (CCC).
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.