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.
A one day consultation to discuss and highlight issues concerning West Papua’s struggle for freedom and independence from Indonesia on Friday 20th March 2015, led to the formation of the “Solomon Islands Solidarity for West Papua Freedom”.
Around thirty (30) church leaders comprising heads of departments at the ACoM Provincial head office, Diocesan Mission Secretaries, heads of training institutions and religious orders under take a two days Stewardship and Leadership Training. The Training was officially opened on Wednesday 18th March at the Melanesian Haus and involves the Training of Trainers on the above topics.
THE Archbishop of the Anglican Church of Melanesia the Most Reverend David Vunagi is making visits to all ACOM Schools and Institutions in and around Honiara.
World Vision is facilitating a strategic workshop on behalf of the Anglican Church of Melanesia (ACOM) with the aim to help develop a framework and a three year implementation plan that will provide direction and enable the ACOM to effectively implement its programs and activities envisioned under the ACOM strategic plan 2014-2016 that was approved by the Executive Council in November 2013.
THE Diocese of Central Melanesia has successfully completed a clergy and wives day of prayer and reflection held at the Saint Nicholas college hall on the 28th of January 2015.
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.