Aisiko hosts Sunday school training

A three day program for Anglican Sunday School teachers and children was held at Aisiko Parish, Central Kwara’ae Malaita province over the weekend. The program was co-organized through a partnership of Dukwasi and Aisiko parish and was held at Abetaba’a community in Aisiko parish from Friday to Sunday. Sunday school ministries from both parishes took…

Gender based violence workshop starts

A THREE days workshop on gender based violence (GBV) for nurses, Church women’s group leaders and chiefs from communities around Auki kicks off yesterday. The workshop is being facilitated by gender based violence (GBV) coordinator, Auki reproductive health coordinator and Solomon Islands Planned Parenthood Association (SIPPA) men as partners. This program was the first of…

Women celebrate peace day

Women of North Central Guadalcanal converged at the Navola community in North Central Guadalcanal yesterday to celebrate2014 international day of peace(IDP) Voice Blo Mere Solomons (VBMS) together with Winds of Change organized the event. Women participants came from a number of communities such as Vulu, Sopapera, Dodo Creek and Fox Wood villages and parts of…

SSEC women gains from outreach program

THE South Seas Evangelical Church (SSEC) women from the Honiara association have attended a two-day outreach service program at the Tulagi SSEC church during the weekend. The outreach program which is held four times every year was attended by some 300 women from SSEC local churches within Honiara. Honiara women’s association coordinator Unity Fanasia said…

Adventist women congress underway in Munda

Caretaker Prime Minister Gordon Darcy Lilo officially opens the 2014 (Dorcas) Adventist Women congress in Dunde, Munda last Sunday. Director of the Seventh Day Adventist Church Women Ministry of the Solomon Island Mission (SIM) Beverly Maega told the Solomon Star from Munda that more than 2000 women starts from Temotu to Shortland Islands including other…

Rally to mark 120 years of gospel

Malu’u in North Malaita came alive over the weekend with the celebration of the 120 years anniversary since the arrival of South Seas Evangelical Church (SSEC) mission work in that region. The celebration was held over three days during a Sunday school youth rall ywhich was organised by the SSEC church. Theme for the programme…