The Melanesian Brotherhood together with their companions, family members, friends and supporters on Sunday the 20th of October 2013 celebrated two very significant events in the Mission and Ministry of the Community at Tabalia, the Head Quarter of the Melanesian Brotherhoods, west of Honiara.
The Anglican Church of Melanesia yesterday loaded their flag ship MV Southern Cross with foods, house hold materials, clothing, gardening tools, stationaries and other materials for the victims of the recent Tsunami that pounded and flooded the coastal villages of Nea, Bania, Manoputi, Nemba, Venga, Luova, and Malo on Santa Cruz.
The Anglican Church of Melanesia on May this year pay final tribute to one of its great and the most decorated leader of the Church, the former Archbishop, Archbishop Emeritus Sir Ellison Pogo.
Late Sir Pogo died peacefully at his residence at Ngossi, West Honiara on the 13th May 2013.
The 23rd day of June 2013 is now a historical day for the Anglican Community in the Province of Melanesia but more particularly it is for the Anglican members of Guadalcanal. Truly it is written down in their history – an event the people of Guadalcanal wish to see eventuate and thus talked about since 1978. Some prominent church leaders initiating the idea are not able to witness this great ceremony, but their sons and daughters, grannies and great grannies do witness the day after a weeklong rally, sleepless nights, frustrations, upsets and criticisms.
Rev Graham Mark of the Commission on Justice, Reconciliation and Peace of the Anglican Church of Melanesia attended a Peace-building Training at Mindanao Peace Institution from 20 May to 5th of June this year 2013. The peace training which have brought together peace-builders all over the world took place in Davao city in the Philippines.
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.
This is one of the key messages the Mothers Union of the Anglican Church of Melanesia through its Positive Parenting Program wishes to convey to all the parents not only within the Church of Melanesia, but to the nation at large.
ABOUT nine female representatives from each dioceses and a male representing the island of Sikaiana with in ACoM had attended a Community Mobilizing Workshop organized by Provincial Mothers Union Literacy on 22nd to 26th April 2013.
Dr. Abraham Hauriasi, General Secretary of the Anglican Church of Melanesia made the statement at the official closing of the Trauma and Counseling training held at the Christian Care Center (CCC) on Friday last week.
AS Part of their mission is to visiting the sick in the hospitals, prisoners in Correctional Service facilities, and helping those who are in need, the DIVINE MERCY MINISTRY of the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Honiara have generously rendered assistance to victims of the recent Tsunami on Santa Cruz, in the Anglican Church of Melanesia (ACOM) diocese of the Temotu.