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  • 03
  • Aug


Tetere parishioners in North Central Guadalcanal successfully hosted and took care of the jubilee cross for eight days last month.

  • 25
  • Jun

 

MORE than 2000 students from schools, training centres and colleges operated under the Anglican Church of Melanesia (ACOM) will kick off their week-long program starting on Monday.

  • 23
  • May

THE Holy Cross Cathedral choir ministry over the weekend successfully held their retreat program at Don Bosco Henderson Dominican formation house in East Honiara.

  • 23
  • May


THE demand for students to study Bible remains high at the Balasuna Bible College (BBC) in North East Guadalcanal this year.

  • 23
  • Apr

The Archdiocese of Honiara Jubilee Cross was warmly received with joy by the Parishioners of Immaculate heart of Mary Parish, Manivovo, St. Mary Anglican Community of Namuga and the SSEC representative members in Makira.

  • 27
  • Mar

The Anglican Church of Melanesia (ACOM) Diocesan Electoral Board will convene on the 11th of April to elect a new bishop for its Diocese of Vanuatu and New Caledonia.

  • 14
  • Mar

His Eminence Cardinal Francisco Coccopalmerio visited the new established school at Nusabaruku yesterday in Gizo, Western province.

  • 04
  • Mar

The Catholic Church on 1st March blessed two new deacons at Holy Cross Cathedral after years of struggle and spiritual training at the Holy Name of Mary Seminary at Tenaru in east Honiara.

  • 28
  • Feb

Niuleni Community Music Ministry (NCMM) celebrated its 5th Anniversary over the weekend.

  • 23
  • Jan

BE Happy Ministry man Mambo Fangaria acknowledges Jeremiah Manele for the financial support to continue on his earthly ministry.

  • 11
  • Jan

IN just a week into 2018, the Anglican Church of Melanesia (ACOM) Trust Board Inc. was officially given the Perpetual Estate (PE) Title for a land in Central Malaita, earmarked for the new ACOM Secondary School.

  • 18
  • Dec

ABOUT 30 representatives from Catholic and ACOM churches around Savo Island gathered at Kalaka Community School last Sundayto discuss a plan for the start of a Bible translation in the Savosavo language.

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