THE newly permanent constructed Adaliua South Sea Evangelical Church (SSEC) building in east Honiara was officially dedicated on Saturday.
This was after the community has completed the facility early this year.
According to the chairman of the building Samuel Satini, the building was constructed since 2012.
Mr Satini stated that the new building was built on ideas to accommodate the increasing population of the Adaliua community.
“We have a big population here that is why we intent to build this building to accommodate everyone during prayer times, he added.
He said that the building was successfully constructed on the hard work of the community to raise money through fundraisings.
“It was indeed a hard work to raise money for such permanent building like this but we perused it for the sake of our Lord.”
He stated that MPs of parliament for east Honiara, central Honiara and east Fataleka too have assisted in the completion of the church building which was a blessing.
He revealed that this was the fifth church building to constructed at the community and he believes that this is going to the last Church building to be built there.
Guest of honour from the South Seas Evangelical Church (SSEC) head church Reverend Matthias Lima said, the organisation was very happy with the facility.
“We want to acknowledge the community for what you have done that really make a difference in this area.”
He said, its a good facility so members of the congregation and the community must look after it.
He added, having such permanent building is important so Christian members can utilize it for spiritual activities.
“I would like to urge the community to make good use of this facility by conducting spiritual activities and work of the Lord Almighty.”
The program was attended by deputy Prime Minister and Member for East Honiara Douglas Ete, head of churches and other government officials.
By LESLEY SANGA